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Doctoral Programme in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling

Computational modelling at a molecular level has established itself across the board over the last 20 years as a tool that covers many areas of knowledge, from biochemistry, all chemistry disciplines, to new materials and emerging areas, such as nanoscience.

The Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling doctoral programme aims to prepare leading researchers to use and develop Theoretical Chemistry methods, which will enable them to work in key areas of chemistry, physics, material science, nanoscience and biochemistry. It also aims to train innovative personnel to work in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, computational and new materials industries.

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Full-time studies

Duration: 3 - 5 cursos

Places available: 3

Approximate fees: 301 €/academic year

Other participating universities

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Universidad Jaume I de Castellón

Universidad de Barcelona

Universidad de Cantabria

Universidad de Extremadura

Universidad de Murcia

Universidad de Oviedo

Universidad de Sevilla

Universidad de Vigo

Universidad de les Illes Balears

Universitat de València (Estudi General)

Places available: 52

Contact

Academic queries: xabier.lopez@ehu.eus

Administrative queries: elena.gonzalez@ehu.es

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Research teams and research topics

Research teams and research topics
Research teamsResearch topics
Computational Biochemistry
  • Computational Biochemistry
Computational Organometallic Chemistry
  • Computational Organometallic Chemistry
Development of Simulation Methods in Chemistry
  • Development of Simulation Methods in Chemistry
Excited States and Photochemistry
  • Excited States and Photochemistry
Laser-Induced Processes
  • Laser-induced processes
Molecular Structure and Chemical Reactivity
  • Molecular Structure and Chemical Reactivity
Solids and Surfaces
  • Solids and Surfaces
Study of New Materials
  • Study of New Materials