Partnership in International Research
and Education (PIRE)

To Train Graduate, Undergraduate, and High School Students

Partnership in International Research and Education, NSF Program

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Faculty Contacts

United States
Iowa State
T.L. Windus
Texas Tech
W.L. Hase
Y. Zhuang
Yale
J.C. Tully
Europe
Pisa
M. Persico
G. Granucci
Santiago de Compostela
E. Martinez-Núñez
S. Vázquez
Vienna
A. Aquino
H. Lischka
 


The National Science Foundation has awarded a five year Partnership in International Research and Education (PIRE) grant to faculty at Iowa State University, Texas Tech University, and Yale University to work with faculty at the University of Pisa, Italy, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, and the University of Vienna, Austria to use theoretical and computational chemistry to develop and apply algorithms and software for the "Simulation of Electronic Non-Adiabatic Dynamics for Reactions with Organic Macromolecules, Liquids, and Solids".


Program Components:

Primary Contact:

William L. Hase
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79416
USA

Phone: 806-742-3152
Fax: 806-742-1289
Email: bill.hase@ttu.edu

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