QIF 2023

QIF3 is the third in a series of conferences that bring together and encourage collaboration between researchers working on different aspects of quantum theories and their applications in “real life”.

The previous two meetings took place in Changsha in 2018 and in Shanghai in 2019. QIF3 is a satellite meeting of the International Congress of Quantum Chemistry 2023 and its main themes are the density and density matrix-driven electronic structure methods.

QIF3 will take place in Łódź, Poland on June 21st-24th, 2023.

Important dates:

21 May 2023 registration deadline
07 May 2023 deadline for sending abstracts
14 May 2023 selection of Contributed Talks

The conference starts on June 21st at 9 a.m. and ends on June 24th at 2 p.m.

Invited Speakers

Alberto Otero de la Roza

University of Oviedo

Alessandro Genoni

University of Lorraine

Alexander Sokolov

Ohio State University

Andreas Savin

Sorbonne Université

Christian Schilling

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Claudia Filippi

University of Twente

David Casanova

Donostia International Physics Center

Eugene DePrince

Florida State University

Hans Jørgen Aagaard Jensen

University of Southern Denmark

Ireneusz Grabowski

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń

James Anderson

National Autonomous University of Mexico

Julia Contreras-Garcia

Sorbonne Université

Libor Veis

J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry

Marco Nascimento

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Mario Piris

Donostia International Physics Center

Michał Lesiuk

University of Warsaw

Nikitas Gidopoulos

Durham University

Pavlo Dral

Xiamen University

Peter Knowles

Cardiff University

Peter Nagy

Budapest University Of Technology And Economics

Pierre-Francois Loos

Université de Toulouse

Pina Romaniello

Université de Toulouse

Rafał Podeszwa

University of Silesia

Samantha Jenkins

Hunan Normal University

Shuhua Li

Nanjing University

Tomasz Wesolowski

University of Geneva

Xiaosong Li

University of Washington

Yang Guo​​

Shandong University​

Malgorzata Biczysko​

Shanghai University​

Wan Zhen Liang​

Xiamen University​

Weitao Yang​

Duke University, USA

Both traditional and non-traditional lectures will be featured at the conference:

Invited lecture

25 minutes talk, 5 minutes for questions

Pedagogical lecture

The lecture material must be at a level suitable for final year undergraduate students and the audience may interrupt the speakers. There should be no jargon or unexplained acronyms. Limited number of slots available.

Frontier lecture

30 minutes invited talk immediately followed by 30 minutes of audience discussion. The lecture material should be submitted before the conference for distribution to the Q.I. Frontiers audience. Limited number of slots available.