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Laureates

KOŁOS MEDAL LAUREATES

 

2017 – WALTER THIEL,

Professor of Chemistry
Max-Planck-Institut
für Kohlenforschung
Mülheim, Germany

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„for his outstanding contribution to the development of combined quantum-classical computational methods for complex chemical systems”

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2015 – FRÉDÉRIC MERKT,

ETH Zurich
Laboratorium fuer Physikalische Chemie
Switzerland

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„for his outstanding contribution to the high-resolution spectroscopy of molecular Rydberg states”

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2013 – PHILIP COPPENS,

Distinguished Research Professor of Chemistry,
University at Buffalo/SUNY, USA

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„for introducing novel techniques and ideas in X-ray crystallography”

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2011 – YUAN-TSEH LEE,

Academia Sinica, Taiwan

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„For his fundamental contribution to dynamics of chemical reactions”

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2009 – JOACHIM SAUER,

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

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„Outstanding contributions to quantum theory of catalysis”

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2007 – JEREMY MARK HUTSON,

University of Durham, England

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„For his seminal contribution to theoretical spectroscopy of van der Waals complexes”

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2005 – JAN PETER TOENNIES,

Max Planck Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen,

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„For his outstanding achievements in unraveling the forces between atoms and molecules using molecular beams technique and for development of the helium droplet spectroscopy.”

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2002 – PAUL VON RAGUÉ-SCHLEYER,

University of Erlangen and University of Georgia at Athens,

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„For his outstanding contributions to theoretical organic chemistry.”

 


2000 – RICHARD BADER,

McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario,

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„For the development of the theory of atoms in molecules.”

 


1998 – ROALD HOFFMANN,

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York,

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„For the development of the orbital description of molecular adsorption on surfaces.”