Computational atomic structure
Units : Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry and Atmospheric Remote Sensing | ULB165
Calculation of atomic structures and data including energy levels, electronaffinities, radiative and non-radiative transition
rates, lifetimes of excited levels, fine and hyperfine parameters, isotope shifts of neutral atoms, negative and multicharged ions.
These atomic data are relevant in astrophysics, plasmas physics, thermonuclear fusion research programs and in the study of earth
and planetary atmospheres. We contribute to the development of methods and computer codes for calculating electronic wave functions
and spectroscopic properties, including correlation and relativistic effects.
List of persons in charge :
• VAECK Nathalie