Norway-Japan symposium on theoretical and experimental chemistry of complex systems

The Norway-Japan symposium is part of a collaboration between the Hylleraas centre and three Japanese research groups lead by Professor Ehara (IMS), Professor Sakaki (Kyoto University), and Professor Kitagawa (Kyoto University).  

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Hybrid in-person and virtual Zoom attendance.

The fourth Japan-Norway symposium, 15 - 16 March, was organized as a hybrid in-person attendance at the Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo and by virtual attendance via Zoom. The symposium was organized by Hylleraas members Trygve, Helgaker, Erik Tellgren and Michiko Atsumi, with technical assistance from Simen Reine, and included attendance of more than 70 participants from Norway, Japan, Finland, Germany, France, Poland, and the USA.
The symposium covered various topics from theoretical development, computational chemistry, and experiments. It was a great opportunity to share findings and views from world-leading researcher in chemistry, with 4 plenary lecturers and 9 invited speakers from Norway, Finland, and Japan, both from academica and industry.
The Hylleraas centre, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  (JSPS), and the JSPS alumni club in Norway supported this symposium. Finally there was an announcement from the Japanese embassy in Norway.
Published Mar. 31, 2022 6:46 PM - Last modified Mar. 31, 2022 6:46 PM