Prof. Miller Interviewed for Science Podcast

“Professor Miller gave a presentation titled “Redesigning Petroleum-Based Plastics with Renewable Feedstocks” at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, held in Boston, Massachusetts. Following this symposium on “Sustainable Chemical Manufacturing in a Resource-Limited World”, Professor Miller was interviewed by Science Magazine and the interview is now available as a Science Podcast.”

Prof. Miller Interviewed for Science Podcast

“Professor Miller gave a presentation titled “Redesigning Petroleum-Based Plastics with Renewable Feedstocks” at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, held in Boston, Massachusetts. Following this symposium on “Sustainable Chemical Manufacturing in a Resource-Limited World”, Professor Miller was interviewed by Science Magazine and the interview is now available as a Science Podcast.”

Roberto Car and Michele Parrinello to be Honored at 53rd Sanibel Symposium

“Roberto Car and Michele Parrinello will be honored at a three-day symposium during the 53rd Sanibel meeting being held February 17-22, 2013, at the King and Prince Resort, St. Simon’s Island, GA. The names of Dr. Car and Dr. Parrinello are synonymous with several of the most frequently used molecular dynamics methods and their application to fundamental biological and materials problems. Previous Sanibel meetings have honored such luminaries as Robert Mulliken, Egil Hylleraas, John C. Slater, Henry Eyring, Clemens Roothaan, William Lipscomb, and Enrico Clementi, among others.”

Roberto Car and Michele Parrinello to be Honored at 53rd Sanibel Symposium

“Roberto Car and Michele Parrinello will be honored at a three-day symposium during the 53rd Sanibel meeting being held February 17-22, 2013, at the King and Prince Resort, St. Simon’s Island, GA. The names of Dr. Car and Dr. Parrinello are synonymous with several of the most frequently used molecular dynamics methods and their application to fundamental biological and materials problems. Previous Sanibel meetings have honored such luminaries as Robert Mulliken, Egil Hylleraas, John C. Slater, Henry Eyring, Clemens Roothaan, William Lipscomb, and Enrico Clementi, among others.”

The 7th MQM Congress Will Honor Rod Bartlett

The MQM congresses are focused on theory and method development in molecular quantum mechanics. It is part of the tradition to dedicate the event to a major contributor in this area of science. The MQM 2013 will be to the honor of Professor Rodney (?Rod?) Bartlett of the Quantum Theory Project of the University of Florida. Rod Bartlett will be honored for his seminal contributions towards the treatment of electron correlation.

Rod Bartlett Receives Honorary Degree from Comenius University

“On October 10, 2012, Rod Bartlett received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, the highest academic recognition given by the University. It is awarded to individuals who have contributed to the development of science and education in Slovakia and the Comenius University as well as making a fundamental contribution to the spread of the ideas of humanism, democracy, and understanding between nations. Recipients have included world famous personalities such as V�clav Havel, the fourteenth Dalai Lama, Simon Wiesenthal, and Zbygniew Brzezinski.”

The 7th MQM Congress Will Honor Rod Bartlett

The MQM congresses are focused on theory and method development in molecular quantum mechanics. It is part of the tradition to dedicate the event to a major contributor in this area of science. The MQM 2013 will be to the honor of Professor Rodney (?Rod?) Bartlett of the Quantum Theory Project of the University of Florida. Rod Bartlett will be honored for his seminal contributions towards the treatment of electron correlation.

Rod Bartlett Receives Honorary Degree from Comenius University

“On October 10, 2012, Rod Bartlett received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, the highest academic recognition given by the University. It is awarded to individuals who have contributed to the development of science and education in Slovakia and the Comenius University as well as making a fundamental contribution to the spread of the ideas of humanism, democracy, and understanding between nations. Recipients have included world famous personalities such as V�clav Havel, the fourteenth Dalai Lama, Simon Wiesenthal, and Zbygniew Brzezinski.”