|Layman's Guide to Quantum Theory|
Quantum Theory Project
Quantum Theory Project is one of the world's largest research centers for theory, modelling, and computation of complex, novel molecular and materials systems. We focus on the subtle, profound interplay of chemical, physical, and biological realism, develop quantum mechanical methods, and implement them in innovative software. Founded in 1960 by Prof. Per-Olov Lowdin, we operate the world-renowned Sanibel Symposia. QTP is home of the editorial office of Advances in Quantum Chemistry and a specialist editor office of Computer Physics Communications. The director is Dr. Rod Bartlett. We are an institute of the Depts. of Physics and Chemistry of the University of Florida.
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Dr. Adrian Roitberg has once again been recognized for his work as a leader in the community. He has been named a Fellow with the American Chemical Society.
Contribution to the science/profession: Recognized as a leader in advancing molecular modeling techniques for biomolecules. Served as a Senior Editor of the Journal of Physical Chemistry for four years.
Contribution to the ACS community: Served the Computers in Chemistry Division in various roles. Involved in ACS activities to foster mentoring of underrepresented minority students.
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Last Updated 9/16/2012