Milaim Kas

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Notkestrasse 85 (building 61 – room O1.106)
22607 Hamburg
Germany

Postdoctoral Researcher

After finishing my PhD thesis at the ULB (Université Libre de Buxelles), I joined the theoretical group of Nina Rorhinger at DESY (Hamburg) as a postdoc. My project focuses on extending available Hartree Fock based constrained wave functions methods (quantum crystallography methods) to coupled cluster formalism. In addition, I am also involved in the theoretical part of the s-RIXS project, aiming at understanding the charge transfer process in molecular wire. This implies investigating core-excited states of relevant molecular systems and developing new tools for studying the dynamics.
My interest lie within the large field of electronic structure theory: method development, investigation and characterization of potential energy surfaces, spectroscopic properties, ... with a focus on resonance states of anions and core excited states.