Marko-Tomislav Cvitaš

Marko-Tomislav Cvitaš

dr. sc.

research associate
+385 1 468 0095

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Theoretical Chemistry Group
Department of Physical Chemistry
Institute "Ruđer Bošković"
Bijenička Cesta 54
10000 Zagreb
Croatia

Education

2000-2004, PhD, Durham University, Durham, UK.

1991-1999, dipl. eng. in Physics, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia.

Projects

HPC-Europa++, Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, 2008.

Awards and Achievements

2007-2011 Ramon Jenkins Senior Research Fellowship, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, UK.
2000-2003 PhD studentship, Durham University, and ORS award, Universities UK.

Classes

"Chemical Dynamics", University of Cambridge, 2010.
"Symmetry and Perturbation Theory", University of Cambridge, 2011.

Featured Publications

Marko Cvitaš, Stuart Althorpe, "State-to-state reactive scattering in six dimensions using reactant-product decoupling: OH + H2 --> H2O + H", J. Chem. Phys. 134, 024309 (2011).
Marko Cvitaš, Pavel Soldan, Jeremy Hutson, Pascal Honvault, Jean-Michel Launay, "Interaction and dynamics in Li + Li2 ultracold collisions", J. Chem. Phys.  127, 074302 (2007).
Marko Cvitaš, Stuart Althorpe, "Parallelizable split-operator propagator for treating Coriolis-coupled quantum dynamics", Comp. Phys. Comm. 177, 357 (2007).
Marko Cvitaš, Pavel Soldan, Jeremy Hutson, "Long-range intermolecular forces in triatomic systems: connecting the atom-diatom and atom-atom-atom representations", Mol. Phys. 104, 23 (2006).
Marko Cvitaš, Pavel Soldan, Jeremy Hutson, Pascal Honvault, Jean-Michel Launay, "Ultracold Li + Li2 collisions: bosonic and fermionic cases", Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 200402 (2005).

Miscellaneous

MA, University of Cambridge, 2010.