I obtained a degree in Physics from the Universidade de Lisboa, where I have also finished my PhD in 2006, under supervision of Prof. Margarida Godinho and Dr. Thomas Gasche. My PhD work was focused on the computational study of non-collinear magnetic structures and the influence of relativistic effects in the magnetic configuration of uranium compounds, using Density Functional Theory (DFT) methods. I am currently a post-doc at the Centro de Física Computacional of the Universidade de Coimbra, with a grant from the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. I mostly do DFT studies of non-linear optical properties of organic molecules. ………………………………………………… Research interests:
- Condensed Matter Physics.
- Ab initio calculations based in Density Functional Theory and Time Dependent Density Functional Theory.
- Nonlinear optical properties of organic molecules.
- Computational Study of Molecules with High Intrinsic Hyperpolarizabilities Cardoso, C; Abreu, PE; Milne, BF, et al. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 114, 39, 10676, 2010
- Crystal Structure and Experimental and Theoretical Studies of the Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Salts of Triphenylguanidine with Carboxylic Acids Silva, PSP; Cardoso, C; Silva, MR, et al. Journal of Physical ChemistryA, 114, 7, 2607, 2010
- Structure Dependence of Hyperpolarizability in Octopolar Molecules Cardoso, C; Abreu, PE; Nogueira, F Source: Journal of Chemical Theory and Computational, 5, 4, 850, 2009
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