- Feb 1, 2017
Distinguished Guest Scientist at KKRK: Prof. Bill Poirier
Professor Bill Poirier from Texas Tech University will stay in our group as a Hungarian Academy of Sciences Distinguished Guest Scientist until July this year. During his stay at KKRK, Professor Poirier will be involved in a joint project with KKRK, which focuses on the critical evaluation and validation of the complete set of previously published experimental rotational-vibrational line positions...
- Nov 20, 2016
On the cover: Small Molecules - Big Data
A research article authored by members of KKRK was featured on the front cover of The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. The paper focuses on the large-scale spectroscopic networks generated by the rovibronic spectra of molecules. The efficient MARVEL (Measured Active Rotational–Vibrational Energy Levels) approach developed at KKRK as well as the merits of the graph theoretical approach to...
- June 1, 2015
Among the top reviewers of JCP
Gábor Czakó has been recognized by the Journal of Chemical Physics as one of the top 20 JCP reviewers in 2014. The editors selected the top referees from more than 7000 experts in the field considering the number of reviews completed, timelines, quality, and reliability.
- April 30, 2015
János Sarka won an ACS Poster Award
János Sarka has won the award of the American Chemical Society and the Journal of Physical Chemistry for his poster presentation "Higher-lying vibrational states of the H(5-n)Dn+ (n = 0-5) molecular ions" at the conference "Anharmonicity in medium-sized molecules and clusters", AMOC2015, held in Madrid, Spain between April 26-30, 2015. Co-authors of the poster were Dr. Csaba Fábri (ETH Zürich, a former PhD student of our laboratory) and Prof. Attila G. Császár. Congratulations to János for his outstanding achievement.