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Institute of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (IQTC)

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The IQTC works in the field of theoretical and computational chemistry, the branch of chemistry that uses theoretical and computational tools to solve problems that traditional chemistry cannot address experimentally, (e.g., the characterization of very unstable intermediate reaction products that are difficult to detect).

The basic objectives of the IQTC are:

 

  • to increase the awareness of science of the UB through theoretical and computational chemistry, currently one of our University’s largest and most active research fields;
  • to bring together researchers from a range of backgrounds and disciplines in a coordinated overall structure so that UB research in computational chemistry becomes recognizable at an international level;
  • to strengthen the interdisciplinary ties between the Institute's different research groups;
  • to harness the resources of established IQTC research groups and centralize their management;
  • to contribute to coordinating research in theoretical and computational chemistry in Catalonia by participating in the Catalan Reference Network  on Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (XRQTC).

 

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