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Chemistry
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41
Citations
10,126
92
World Ranking
12179
National Ranking
905

- Quantum mechanics
- Molecule
- Electron

His scientific interests lie mostly in Scaling, Electronic correlation, Statistical physics, Linear scale and Computational chemistry. Electronic correlation is a subfield of Quantum mechanics that Martin Schütz tackles. The various areas that he examines in his Statistical physics study include Basis function, Iterative method, Møller–Plesset perturbation theory and Multipole expansion.

The concepts of his Basis function study are interwoven with issues in Wave function and Electron pair. His research in Computational chemistry intersects with topics in Configuration interaction, Ab initio and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. His Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as Molecule, Intermolecular force, Molecular physics and Physical chemistry.

- Molpro: a general-purpose quantum chemistry program package (1931 citations)
- Low-order scaling local electron correlation methods. I. Linear scaling local MP2 (564 citations)
- Low-order scaling local electron correlation methods. IV. Linear scaling local coupled-cluster (LCCSD) (491 citations)

Martin Schütz mainly investigates Coupled cluster, Atomic physics, Quantum mechanics, Electronic correlation and Perturbation theory. His Coupled cluster research incorporates elements of Excited state, Configuration interaction and Ground state. Martin Schütz combines subjects such as Ab initio, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Atomic orbital and Intermolecular force with his study of Atomic physics.

Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics are frequently intertwined in his study. His work deals with themes such as Basis function, Computational chemistry and Wave function, which intersect with Statistical physics. His research integrates issues of Atom, Basis set, Density functional theory and Molecular orbital in his study of Perturbation theory.

- Coupled cluster (26.19%)
- Atomic physics (24.60%)
- Quantum mechanics (24.60%)

- Quantum mechanics (24.60%)
- Coupled cluster (26.19%)
- Perturbation theory (20.63%)

Quantum mechanics, Coupled cluster, Perturbation theory, Excited state and Electronic correlation are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Quantum mechanics, such as Atomic orbital, Perturbation theory, Møller–Plesset perturbation theory and Wannier function, intersects with other areas such as Basis. His Coupled cluster research integrates issues from Computational physics, Statistical physics and Basis set.

He works mostly in the field of Perturbation theory, limiting it down to topics relating to van der Waals force and, in certain cases, Atom, Density functional theory, Exfoliation joint and Phosphorene. The various areas that he examines in his Excited state study include Laplace transform and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. His Electronic correlation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Work and Condensed matter physics.

- Ab initio determination of the crystalline benzene lattice energy to sub-kilojoule/mole accuracy (166 citations)
- The orbital-specific virtual local triples correction: OSV-L(T) (59 citations)
- Periodic local MP2 method employing orbital specific virtuals. (36 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Molecule
- Electron

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Mathematical analysis, Coupled cluster, Perturbation theory and Perturbation theory. Martin Schütz combines Quantum mechanics and Basis in his research. His Coupled cluster research focuses on Molecular orbital and how it relates to Statistical physics and Energy.

His Perturbation theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scheme, Work, Compact space and Atomic orbital. His work carried out in the field of Perturbation theory brings together such families of science as Exponential decay, Polynomial and Density functional theory. His Density functional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Molecular physics and Crystal.

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Molpro: a general-purpose quantum chemistry program package

Hans-Joachim Werner;Peter James Knowles;Gerald Knizia;Frederick R. Manby.

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science **(2012)**

2373 Citations

Low-order scaling local electron correlation methods. I. Linear scaling local MP2

Martin Schütz;Georg Hetzer;Hans-Joachim Werner.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1999)**

782 Citations

Low-order scaling local electron correlation methods. IV. Linear scaling local coupled-cluster (LCCSD)

Martin Schütz;Hans-Joachim Werner.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2001)**

651 Citations

Density-functional theory-symmetry-adapted intermolecular perturbation theory with density fitting: A new efficient method to study intermolecular interaction energies

A. Heßelmann;G. Jansen;M. Schütz.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2005)**

629 Citations

Low-order scaling local electron correlation methods. III. Linear scaling local perturbative triples correction (T)

Martin Schütz.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2000)**

371 Citations

Local perturbative triples correction (T) with linear cost scaling

Martin Schütz;Hans-Joachim Werner.

Chemical Physics Letters **(2000)**

346 Citations

High‐Accuracy Computation of Reaction Barriers in Enzymes

Frederik Claeyssens;Jeremy N. Harvey;Frederick R. Manby;Ricardo A. Mata.

Angewandte Chemie **(2006)**

307 Citations

Local Treatment of Electron Correlation in Molecular Clusters: Structures and Stabilities of (H2O)n, n = 2−4

Martin Schütz;Guntram Rauhut;Hans-Joachim Werner.

Journal of Physical Chemistry A **(1998)**

292 Citations

Low-order scaling local correlation methods II: Splitting the Coulomb operator in linear scaling local second-order Møller–Plesset perturbation theory

Georg Hetzer;Martin Schütz;Hermann Stoll;Hans-Joachim Werner.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2000)**

289 Citations

An efficient local coupled cluster method for accurate thermochemistry of large systems

Hans-Joachim Werner;Martin Schütz.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2011)**

276 Citations

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