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With the Erich Hückel Prize, the GDCh honors outstanding work by scientists in the field of theoretical chemistry. The namesake Erich Hückel is known for the Hückel molecular orbital method he developed, the HMO method. The Hückel rules derived from this for the definition of aromatic and non-aromatic organic molecules are now part of the basic knowledge of every chemist.
The GDCh honored Professor Gernot Frenking with the Erich Hückel Prize 2020. Frenking has made special contributions to the investigation and analysis of various aspects of chemical bonding. The award ceremony takes place as part of the Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry.
Professor Hans-Joachim Werner received the Erich Hückel Prize in recognition of his internationally leading contributions to the development of powerful quantum chemical methods, especially in the fields of multi-reference methods and local coupled cluster correlation methods.
|2020||Gernot Frenking, Marburg|
|2018||Hans-Joachim Werner, Stuttgart|
|2016||Werner Kutzelnigg, Bochum|
Prof. Willem KLOPPER, Karlsruhe (lead)
Prof. Beate PAULUS, Berlin
Prof. Christel MARIAN, Düsseldorf
Prof. Christian OCHSENFELD, Munich
Prof. Stefan GRIMME, Bonn
Prof. Leticia GONZÁLEZ, Vienna / Austria
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