Chemical Theory and Computation

A computational model of a chemical reaction

About us

Computational Chemistry seeks to describe the underlying physical phenomena that give rise to the chemical properties of molecules and materials. At Lancaster, the ultimate aim of our research is to employ our methodologies such that they can be used predictively to accurately determine the chemical properties of a given system. Our research is supported by the University-based High-End Computing cluster, as well as UK-based and local Departmental facilities. Engaging closely with experimental collaborators in Lancaster and beyond, our work spans fundamental chemistry and biology to energy, materials, health and therapeutics.

Group Lead

Dr Andrew Kerridge

Senior Lecturer

Analytical and Spectroscopy Research Group, Chemical Theory and Computation, Chemical Theory and Computation Research Group, Energy Lancaster, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry

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