• Implicit Solvation, Grand-Canonical Cluster Models and Structural Diversity in Energy Materials
    Theory Seminar, Tecnical University Munich, Germany, 17.05.2021 (online)
  • Accuracy, Pragmatism, and Interpretability in Quantum-Chemical Calculations
    GRK 2376 "Confinement-Controlled Chemistry" Seminar, Technical University Dortmund, Germany, 05.05.2021 (online)


Ausgewählte Vorträge von Christopher Stein vor der Anstellung an der UDE


  • Implicit electrolyte solvation models for quantum-chemical simulation
    RESOLV Cluster of Excellence Autumn Workshop, Bochum University, Germany. (online)
  • A novel route toward ab initio battery modelling
    Selection seminar for the NRW return fellowship, Düsseldorf, Germany. (online)


  • Orbital entanglement analysis of exchange-coupled transition metal complexes
    ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA.

  • Automated multi-configurational calculations and their analysis
    ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA.

  • Understanding exchange coupling in transition metal complexes with orbital entanglement
    Quantum Bioinorganic Conference QBIC-V, Marseille, France.

  • Modern quantum-chemical concepts and methods for complex systems
    Theory seminar – John Herbert group, Ohio State University, OH.

  • Modern quantum-chemical methods for complex chemistry
    Group seminar – Alán Aspuru-Guzik Matter Lab, University of Toronto, Canada.


  • Automated multi-configurational calculations
    ICQC satellite meeting on strong correlation, Strassbourg, France.


  • Automated multi-configurational calculations
    Symposium für Theoretische Chemie, Basel, Switzerland.

  • Automated selection of active orbital spaces
    Theory seminar – Heather Kulik Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA.

  • Vibrational density matrix renormalization group
    International workshop on molecular quantum dynamics and kinetics, Zurich, Switzerland.

  • Automated selection of active orbital spaces
    Molcas Developer Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel.


  • Quantitative reaction energies from an automated multi-configurational approach
    SCS Fall Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland.