Scientific collaborations (in alphabetical order):
 
Alan Aspuru-GuzikUniversity of Toronto, USA: Quantum computing for chemistry
Jiri BrabecJ. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, ASCR, Czech republic: MOLMPS project, Machine Learning and DMRG
Wibe A. de JongLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA: Multireference computations of Fe-S clusters
Jens EisertFreie Universitat Berlin, Germany: Fermionic mode transformations and tensor networks
Pavel HobzaInstitute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, ASCR, Czech republic: DMRG computations of porphyrines
Pavel JelinekInstitute of Physics, ASCR, Czech republic: DMRG computations of radical polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Karol KowalskiPacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA: Massively parallel DMRG and Quantum computing for chemistry
Ors Legeza, Wigner Research Centre for Theoretical Physics, Hungary: DMRG and tensor networks
Dana NachtigalovaInstitute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, ASCR, Czech republic: DMRG computations of porphyrines
Fabian PavosevicFlatiron Institute, USA: DMRG beyond Born-Oppenheimer, DMRG-in-DFT
Kasia PernalLodz University of Technology, Polland: Adiabatic connection theory with DMRG
Jiri Pittner, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, ASCR, Czech republic: DMRG-based tailored coupled clusters
Sotiris Xanteas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA: Massively parallel DMRG
 
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