Ana Simões and Kostas Gavroglu P.-O. Löwdin and the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry: A kaleidoscopic agenda for quantum chemistry International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 114
Per-Olov Löwdin (1916–2000), arguably one of the most influential quantum chemists of the “second generation,” was paramount to shaping a mature discipline—born at the intersection of various historical disciplines such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. His founding of the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry in 1967 played a pivotal role in materializing this vision. The photo was kindly provided by Yngve Öhrn, QTP at the University of Florida.
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