About the Center
The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Center for Computational Molecular and Materials Science was established at Tel Aviv University in 2015. The goal of the Center is to provide a framework for synergetic research between groups at Tel Aviv University working in the general field of computational molecular and materials science. To obtain these goals, we run seminars and discussion tables, we provide scholarships for excellent young researchers, we organize schools and international conferences, and we bring lecturers to our campus. Read more...
Twelve research groups of Tel Aviv University are affiliated to The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Center. Their research interests focus on the theory and computation of the chemistry and physics of complex structures. Read more...
The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Center offers prestigious fellowships for excellent postdoctoral researchers. The next call is now open.
We run seminars followed by round table discussions to foster the interactions between research groups interested in computational molecular and materials science at Tel Aviv University. Anyone is welcome to attend. A schedule for the current seminar cycle is available here.
Our Center organizes schools to introduce students to research in computational molecular and materials science. The most recent school was on Classical and Quantum Non-equilibrium Dynamics