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Deputy directory Kenneth Ruud joins director Trygve Helgaker in the Board of Directors of the International Society for Theoretical and Chemical Physics
Deputy directory of the Hylleraas Centre, Kenneth Ruud, was recently elected as the new vice president and leader of the Natural Sciences Division of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters for the period 2020-2022.
July 11-17 2019, the Hylleraas Centre organised the 10th Congress of the International Society of Theoretical Chemical Physics in Tromsø. With 545 registered participants, it was one of the largest conferences in this conference series.
The research of the Hylleraas members Abril C. Castro, Michele Cascella, Michal Repisky and Trygve Helgaker, and former Hylleraas members Heike Fliegl and Stanislav Komorovsky, is featured on the back-cover of the 21 June edition of the Dalton Transaction Journal.
The ITN project CO2PERATE involves 6 European countries and will hire 15 PhD students, 3 at the Hylleraas centre.
A working group appointed by NTNU, UiB, UiO and UiT has proposed a new model for the future funding of Norwegian e-infrastructure.
Hylleraas members Marius Kadek, Michal Repisky, and Kenneth Ruud published an article in Physical Review B (PRB) entitled "All-electron fully relativistic Kohn-Sham theory for solids based on the Dirac-Coulomb Hamiltonian and Gaussian-type functions". This paper has been selected by the editors of PRB to be an Editors' Suggestion, that formally lists a small number of PRB papers that the editors and referees find of particular interest, importance, or clarity. Congratulation!
Hylleraas director Trygve Helgaker has received the 2019 Fridtjof Nansen award for scientific excellence.
Hylleraas Member Audun Skau Hansen interviewed by Titan on the FRIPRO project "Coupled cluster method for periodic systems"
Hylleraas Director Trygve Helgaker interviewed by Titan.uio.no on the importance of computation and simulation in chemistry.
Hylleraas PI Kathrin H. Hopmann has written an editorial in Organometallics entitled “How To Make Your Computational Paper Interesting and Have It Published“
Hylleraas PI Kathrin Hopmann has been appointed member of the Norwegian national resource allocation committee (RFK) for e-infrastructure from January 2019.