Mikael Kuisma
PostdocJanuary 2014 – August 2016
Research
Mikael’s research during his stay in our research group included method development for
 time dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) calculations and
 the vanderWaals density functional (vdWDF) method
but also applications e.g., in the area of
 molecular solar thermal storage (MOST) systems and
 plasmonic nanoparticles.
In 2016 Mikael moved to the University of Jyväskylä on a postdoctoral fellowship from the Finnish Academy of Science.
Education

2014: Ph.D., Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland
Approaches to LightMatter Interaction and Surface Phenomena within Density Functional Theory 
2009: M.Sc., Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland
Electronics structure theory beyond ground state: computational approaches
Publications

libvdwxc: A library for exchangecorrelation functionals in the vdWDF family Permalink
A. H. Larsen, M. Kuisma, J. Löfgren, Y. Pouillon, P. Erhart, and P. Hyldgaard
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 25, 27140 (2017) 
KohnSham decomposition in realtime timedependent densityfunctional theory: An efficient tool for analyzing plasmonic excitations Permalink
T. P. Rossi, M. Kuisma, M. J. Puska, R. M. Nieminen, and P. Erhart
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 13, 4779 (2017) 
Optimization of Norbornadiene Compounds for Solar Thermal Storage by FirstPrinciples Calculations Permalink
M. J. Kuisma, A. M. Lundin, K. MothPoulsen, P. Hyldgaard, and P. Erhart
ChemSusChem 9, 1786 (2016) 
Low Molecular Weight Norbornadiene Derivatives for Molecular SolarThermal Energy Storage Permalink
M. Quant, A. Lennartson, A. Dreos, M. Kuisma, P. Erhart, K. Börjesson, and K. MothPoulsen
Chemistry  A European Journal 22, 13265 (2016) 
A Comparative AbInitio Study of Substituted NorbornadieneQuadricyclane Compounds for Solar Thermal Storage Permalink
M. J. Kuisma, A. M. Lundin, K. MothPoulsen, P. Hyldgaard, and P. Erhart
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120, 3635 (2016)