2007 QSCP Workshop

A Workshop for Chemists and Physicists interested in the quantum many-body problem

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Reception

Details of the Workshop Reception will be posted here.

Workshop trip to Windsor Castle

The QSCP-XII Workshop will include a visit to Windsor Castle.

  Windsor Castle Click on the picture for a larger image

Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and, dating back to the time of William the Conqueror, it is the oldest in continuous occupation. It is one of the principal official residences of the British monarch and most of the kings and queens of England have influenced the construction and evolution of the castle. St. George's Chapel, the place of worship at Windsor Castle, is the final resting place of many royal notables including Henry VIII, the one with six wives, Charles I, who lost his head, and George III, who lost the American Colonies. 

Aerial View of Windsor Castle Click on the picture for a larger image

The road from Royal Holloway College to Windsor passes through Runnymede, a water-meadow alongside the River Thames, associated with the signing of the Magna Carta by King John in 1215.

Runnymede Memorial Click on the picture for a larger image 

Aerial View of Royal Holloway & Runnymede Click on the picture for a larger image

Workshop Banquet

The Workshop Banquet will be held in the Picture Gallery, Royal Holloway, University of London. 

Further information about the Picture Gallery can be found on the RHUL website.

You can browse the Royal Holloway Picture Gallery online. 

Further Details of the Banquet will be posted here.



Useful links

Recent Advances in the Theory of Chemical and Physical Systems

Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry

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