2008 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his significant contributions to the development of electronic structure methods and computer codes for the simulation of molecular properties and reactivity
Michel Dupuis mainly investigates Computational chemistry, Ab initio, Atomic physics, Molecular physics and Molecule. His work carried out in the field of Ab initio brings together such families of science as Oxide, Silicon, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Basis set and Hartree–Fock method. Michel Dupuis interconnects Condensed matter physics and Electron transfer in the investigation of issues within Ab initio quantum chemistry methods.
The Hartree–Fock method study combines topics in areas such as GAMESS, Fragment molecular orbital, Computational science and Full configuration interaction. His Atomic physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Polaron and Electronic structure. His study on Molecular physics also encompasses disciplines like
Michel Dupuis focuses on Ab initio, Computational chemistry, Atomic physics, Molecular physics and Electronic structure. His Ab initio research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Crystallography, Polarizability, Basis set and Molecular orbital. Michel Dupuis regularly ties together related areas like Physical chemistry in his Ab initio quantum chemistry methods studies.
Michel Dupuis is interested in Hartree–Fock method, which is a field of Computational chemistry. As part of the same scientific family, Michel Dupuis usually focuses on Atomic physics, concentrating on Electron and intersecting with Electron transfer and Density functional theory. The Molecule study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics and Inorganic chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Density functional theory, Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Electron and Polaron. His study explores the link between Density functional theory and topics such as Molecular physics that cross with problems in Electron transfer, Valence electron, Atom and Bismuth vanadate. His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Artificial photosynthesis, Molecule, Imide and Dissociation.
His Electron research integrates issues from Oxygen evolution, Overpotential and Oxygen. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical physics, Electron mobility, Doping, Semiconductor and Electronic structure. His study looks at the relationship between Condensed matter physics and fields such as Crystallography, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inorganic chemistry, Hydride, Computational chemistry, Catalysis and Organic chemistry. The various areas that Michel Dupuis examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Heterogeneous catalysis, Manganese, Overpotential, Artificial photosynthesis and Oxygen evolution. His Hydride research incorporates themes from Protonation and Amine gas treating.
Michel Dupuis studies Computational chemistry, namely Ab initio molecular dynamics. Michel Dupuis has included themes like Redox, Steric effects and Physical chemistry in his Catalysis study. His work in Monoclinic crystal system addresses issues such as Density functional theory, which are connected to fields such as Thermodynamics, Oxygen reduction, Triclinic crystal system and Crystal.
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General atomic and molecular electronic structure system
Michael W. Schmidt;Kim K. Baldridge;Jerry A. Boatz;Steven T. Elbert.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (1993)
Frontiers, Opportunities, and Challenges in Biochemical and Chemical Catalysis of CO2 Fixation
Aaron M. Appel;John E. Bercaw;Andrew B. Bocarsly;Holger Dobbek.
Chemical Reviews (2013)
Evaluation of molecular integrals over Gaussian basis functions
Michel Dupuis;John Rys;Harry F. King.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1976)
High performance computational chemistry: An overview of NWChem a distributed parallel application
Ricky A. Kendall;Edoardo Aprà;David E. Bernholdt;Eric J. Bylaska.
Computer Physics Communications (2000)
Ab initio analytic polarizability, first and second hyperpolarizabilities of large conjugated organic molecules: Applications to polyenes C4H6 to C22H24
Graham J. B. Hurst;Michel Dupuis;Enrico Clementi.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1988)
Role of water in electron-initiated processes and radical chemistry: issues and scientific advances.
Bruce C Garrett;David A Dixon;Donald M Camaioni;Daniel M Chipman.
Chemical Reviews (2005)
Electric-field induced intramolecular electron transfer in spiro .pi.-electron systems and their suitability as molecular electronic devices. A theoretical study
Abbas Farazdel;Michel Dupuis;Enrico Clementi;Ari Aviram.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
Ab initio study of the nonlinear optical properties of urea: Electron correlation and dispersion effects
C. Adant;Michel Dupuis;J. L. Bredas.
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (1995)
Frequency dependent nonlinear optical properties of molecules: formulation and implementation in the HONDO program
S. P. Karna;M. Dupuis.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (1991)
Electron transport via polaron hopping in bulk Ti O 2 : A density functional theory characterization
N. Aaron Deskins;Michel Dupuis.
Physical Review B (2007)
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