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Seminar: Application of theoretical computations in studying reaction mechanisms and reactivity of organic compounds
Monday, 17 June 2019
Next Tuesday 18th of June at 12h, Diana Cheshmedzhieva from Univerity of Sofia will give a seminar at 12h in Aula QF of the Chemistry Faculty.   Application of theoretical computations in...
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Advanced course to Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 2019!
Wednesday, 29 May 2019
We are glad to announce that now is open the registration period for Advanced course to Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 2019! The course will take place between 25th and 28th of June from...
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Posters at the IQTCUB Symposium 2019
Wednesday, 29 May 2019
Take a look to the Posters list available for the X IQTCUB Symposium that will take place next 31st of May.   1.- Insights on Mo2C activity in deoxygenation reactions Biel Martínez[1],...
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Introductory course to Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 2019!
Tuesday, 28 May 2019
We are glad to announce that now is open the registration period for Introductory course to Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 2019! The course will take place between 25th and 28th of June from...
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Seminar: Pt-Containing Nanostructured Electrocatalysts for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells
Tuesday, 21 May 2019
IQTC-UB seminar on May 21st, 2019 at 12:00 in the meetings room 400 of the Química Físicas ection (4th floor) Title: Pt-Containing Nanostructured Electrocatalysts for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells...
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The Institute of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry of the Universitat de Barcelona (IQTCUB) is integrated by more than 60 researchers, experts in several fields of the Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. The research activity carried out at the IQTCUB covers methods and computational tools development, application of several techniques of electronic structures and simulation to problems in materials science, the study of reactivity and reaction dynamics in chemical reactions as well as of biological systems and soft-matter.

The main goal is to generate synergies between researchers encouraging the interdisciplinary activities that allow to tackle new challenges. Another important goal is to share expertise in handling the computational resources, which are the main tools in this type of research.

See the IQTCUB director's welcome.

For a more detailed information see the 2017 IQTCUB Scientific Activity Report and the XRQTC disseminating video.

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