! New Center of Excellence ! The Hylleraas Center for Quantum Molecular Sciences
After the great achievements of the CTCC (Center for Theoretical and Computational Chemistry), the Research Council of Norway granted the Universities of Oslo and Tromsø with a new SFF Center of Excellence - The Hylleraas Center for Quantum Molecular Sciences; for the period 2017-2027, with one mid-term evaluation. The Center is named after Egil Hylleraas, a Norwegian Theoretical Physicist known for his fundamental work on predicting the ground state energy of two-electron atoms. The main focus of the Center will be on matter-radiation interactions and, following the success of the CTCC, will also involve a Catalysis section. The Hylleraas Center will be an excellent research environment to develop our current projects on catalytic water oxidation and carbon dioxide reduction, in both molecular systems and nanoporous materials.
The main focus of the Center will be on matter-radiation interactions and, following the success of the CTCC, will also involve a http://chinesebuffetnearmenow.net/ Catalysis section, which, in Oslo, will be co-led by Odile Eisenstein, Ainara Nova and me.
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