Lan Cheng (CV)
Lan Cheng is an assistant professor in theoretical and computational chemistry. His group carries out research on relativistic electron-structure theory and heavy-element chemistry.
Lan received his Ph.D. from Peking University (Professor Wenjian Liu). After graduation he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Professor Jürgen Gauss) and at the University of Texas at Austin (Professor John Stanton).
Junzi Liu is a postdoc fellow.
Junzi received his Ph.D. from Peking University with Professor Wenjian Liu (2014). After graduation he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Tsinghua University. Junzi’s research interest focuses on development of new quantum-chemical methods for electronically excited states.
Ayush Asthana is a fifth-year graduate student.
Ayush received his B.S. from Indian Institute of Technology (2016). Ayush’s research project is efficient implementation of spin-orbit coupled-cluster methods.
Xuechen Zheng is a third-year graduate student.
Xuechen received his B.S. from Zhejiang University (2018). Xuechen is developing coupled-cluster techniques for accurate calculations of x-ray spectroscopy.
Chaoqun Zhang is a second-year graduate student.
Chaoqun received his B.S. from Zhejiang University (2019). Chaoqun is working on relativistic electronic structure theory and methods for accurate calculations of vibronic structures for metal-containing small molecules.
Hannah Korslund was an undergraduate researcher in the group and worked on calculations of properties for molecules of interest to laser-cooling. Her work on YO molecule was presented at international symposium of molecular spectroscopy in 2019.
Hannah received her B.S. from Johns Hopkins University in 2020 and went on pursuing a Master’s degree in Scientific Education at Stanford University.