Nanna Holmgaard List
Nanna Holmgaard List is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theoretical Chemistry and Biology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology since September 2021. She holds a B.Sc. in Chemistry (University of Southern Denmark, 2010), a M. Sc. in Interdisciplinary Science Studies (University of Southern Denmark, 2012) and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry (University of Southern Denmark, 2016). Previous to joining KTH, she was a VILLUM postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University (2017-2021). Nanna’s research interests lie at the intersection of chemistry, biology, molecular physics and computer science.
Pratip Chakraborty received a dual Bachelors and Masters degree in 2015 with a major in Chemistry from Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Mohali, and a Ph.D. degree in Physical Chemistry in 2020 from Temple University, Philadelphia. Pratip was a postdoctoral associate at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, before joining KTH. His previous research ranges from investigating gas phase nonadiabatic dynamics of excited state chemical processes to understanding the molecular-level picture of interfaces relevant to Saturnian Moon Titan. Pratip is always interested in exploring new avenues in theoretical and computational chemistry, and will be working on developing and using theoretical tools for simulating multidimensional spectroscopies.
Rafael Couto received a Bachelors (2011) and Masters (2013) in Chemistry from the Federal University of Goias, Brazil. In 2016, he was awarded a double-degree PhD in the Theoretical Chemistry from both Federal University of Goias (Brazil) and Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden). With postdoctoral positions at KTH, Uppsala University and Stockholm
University, his research was related to electronic structure calculations and quantum wave packet dynamics to model x-ray spectroscopy and non-adiabatic wave packet dynamics in polaritonic photochemistry. Currently, Rafael’s research is focused in the development on techniques for non-adiabatic dynamics of complex molecular systems.
Athea Leiler Thomas
Athea is pursuing a MSc degree in Molecular Science and Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Her interests lie primarily within theoretical and computational chemistry. She is currently working on a project on modeling the initial preparation of molecular systems upon interacting with light.
Benjamin Fégeant started his studies at the Degree Programme of Engineering Chemistry at KTH in 2018. Through the Degree Programme he holds a B.Sc. in technology and is currently studying his second year of the Master Programme Molecular Science and Engineering. He has a deep interest in theoretical and computational chemistry, and combining them in order to understand chemical processes. He enjoys being challenged with new problems that help him expand his knowledge not only in chemistry, but any scientific subject.
Emelie Svensson started her studies at the Degree Programme of Engineering Chemistry at KTH in 2018. Through the Degree Programme she hold a B.Sc. in technology and is currently studying her first year of the Master Programme Molecular Science and Engineering. Her interests lies within theoretical and analytical chemistry, and she enjoys challenges to broaden and deepen her knowledge, both within chemistry and other subjects.
Lovisa Cajselius is a bachelor student in Biotechnology at KTH. She is currently conducting her bachelor project on investigating the excited-state deactivation mechanisms in bi-thiophene-vinylene-
Linnéa Otterheim is a bachelor student in Biotechnology at KTH. She is currently conducting her bachelor project on investigating the excited-state deactivation mechanisms in bi-thiophene-vinylene-