Events in Tromsø
Master of Science Karen Oda Hjort Minde Dundas will defend her PhD thesis entitled "Vibrational spectroscopy beyond the harmonic approximation with the Polarizable Embedding model"
Title of the trial lecture: «Intermolecular interactions: computational modeling and benchmarking»
Master of Science Marc Ferry Obst will publically defend his thesis entitled "Homogeneous Metal-Mediated Carboxylation with Carbon Dioxide"
Title of the trial lecture: «The interplay between DFT and experimental studies on Grubbs- Metathesis catalysis - from simple to advanced models»
MSc Ljiljana Pavlovic will defend her PhD thesis entitled "Towards Enantioselective Carboxylation and Hydrogenation Reactions (Quantum Chemical Modelling of Homogeneous Reactions)" on August 21.
Title of the trial lecture: "Machine learning in catalysis"
The 2020 edition of the Haraldvollen Hackathon will be organized from January 20-24.
Matthew Welborn from the Molecular Sciences Software Institute will give a talk entitled "Transferability in Quantum Chemical Machine Learning via Molecular Orbital Features"
The annual Dalton developers meeting will be organised in Tromsø at The University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway from January 18-19 2020.
Title of the talk: VCD spectroscopy: from simple organic molecules to supramolecular structures
Daniel Gryko (Polish Academy of Sciences) will give a guest lecture entitled "Pyrrolo[3,2-b]pyrroles and Diketopyrrolopyrroles - Functional Heterocycles for Optoelectronic Applications"
The Hylleraas centre will present the life and science of the Norwegian research pioneer Egil Hylleraas, followed by short popular-scientific accounts of the research activity of the centre.
The third edition of the Molecular Response Properties Winter School will be organized January 14-18 2019.
Kenneth Ruud and Bjorn-Olav Brandsdal are organizing a mini-symposium in connection with Nobel laureate in chemistry Prof. Arieh Warshel's promotion as Doctor Honoris Causa at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
The NordCO2 consortium, which is lead by Hylleraas PI Kathrin H. Hopmann, will organize a course on mechanisms for CO2 activation. Course organizers are Hylleraas members Ainara Nova and Kathrin H. Hopmann.
Title: Chemistry with the Computer
Join us for the Nordic CO2 Days at Vitensenteret, Tromsø