Centre director Prof. Trygve Helgaker has been elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
A work published by Hylleraas researchers showed unprecedented radical chemistry and metal-metal cooperativity effects in oxo-cubanes
Back-to-back articles on molecular dynamics in a magnetic field promoted as Editor's Picks in the Journal of Chemical Physics
Three members of the Hylleraas Centre have received FRIPRO grants from the Research Council in Norway 2021
An interview with Hylleraas Director and CAS Alumnus Trygve Helgaker highlights the strong connections of the Hylleraas Centre to CAS at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
Ph.D. student Sverre Løyland explains his sonochemistry research in Apollon, the University of Oslo's popular-science magazine
MSc. Lluís Artús Suàrez defended his PhD thesis «Computational study on the deaminative hydrogenation of amides catalyzed by base metal complexes» on May 19 2021.
Hylleraas member Odile Eisenstein is among the new international members elected to the US National Academy of Sciences in 2021.
Dr. David Balcells, a Principal Investigator of the Hylleraas Centre, writes on the use of artifical intelligence in chemistry in Kjemi, the journal of the Norwegian Chemical Society
Odile Eisenstein has been elected International Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 2021.
Master of Science Audun Skau Hansen defended his PhD thesis entitled «Local correlation methods for infinite systems» on April 8, 2021.
Master of Science Karen Oda Hjort Minde Dundas defended her PhD thesis entitled "Vibrational spectroscopy beyond the harmonic approximation with the Polarizable Embedding model" on February 23.
Daniel-Albert Schipper began his PhD studies at the Hylleraas Centre in Tromsø February 2021
From 1st January 2021, Dr. David Balcells and Dr. Ainara Nova are the new Principal Investigators of Reseach Theme 5 (RT5) "Chemical Transformations" at the Hylleraas Centre.
This year's winner of the Chemistry Grand Prix at the Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo, is PhD student Sverre Løyland of the Hylleraas Centre.
Former Hylleraas member Dr. Fabian M. Faulstich is the winner of the Longuet-Higgins Early Career Researcher Prize 2019 for work carried out at the Hylleraas Centre.
A theory of magnetoreception put forward by Klaus Schulten in 1978 is one step further towards validation due to the findings in a recent study by Noboru Ikeya and Jonathan R. Woodward, University of Tokyo. Hylleraas Director Trygve Helgaker explains the quantum mechanics behind magnetorecption in an interview with NRK.