DAVID A. MICHA

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David A. Micha

Professor of Chemistry and Physics


Quantum Theory Project
New Physics Building
University of Florida 

Biographical Sketch   

 

  • Email address: micha@qtp.ufl.edu
  • Office address: 2318 New Physics Building, UF, Gainesville, FL 32611-8435
  • Phone: 352/392-6977
  • Fax: 352/392-8722

 

 


RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

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From left: Andy Rosenbaum, Chris Obara, Jessica Ramirez, David Micha, Andrew Leathers, Dmitri Kilin, David Arlund (Fall 2008)

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From left: Dmitri Kilin, Travis Lajoie, David Arlund, David Micha, Jessica Ramirez, Ramon Pulido, Michael Mavros (Spring 2010)

 

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From left: John Boulos. Harvy Freitag, David Micha, Robert Hembree, Michael Mavros  (Spring 2011)


 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Sanibel Symposium on Theory and Computation for the Molecular and Materials Sciences, Feb. 19-24, 2012

 

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From left: Ramon Pulido, David Stewart, Michael Mavros, Tijo Vazhappilly, David Micha (March 2011)

Sanibel Symposium on Theory and Computation for the Molecular and Materials Sciences, Feb. 24-March 2, 2010

 

Workshop on “Coherence, Control, and Dissipation”, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Univ. of Minnesota, March 2-7, 2009. Part of the IMA thematic year on Mathematics and Chemistry, Sep. 2008-June 2009.

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Paris Workshop on Energy Flow Dynamics in Biomaterial Systems, October 2-5, 2007

 

 

 

Pan-American Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Aspects of Molecular and Materials Sciences, October 9-11, 2007

Paris Workshop on the Quantum Dynamics of Complex Molecular Systems, May 2005

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Pan-American Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Aspects of Molecular and Materials Sciences, February 2003

Workshop on Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics at Surfaces, ITAMP, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, June 2001

Pan-American Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Aspects of Molecular and Materials Sciences, February 2001