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Funding Partners & Research Organizations

We appreciate the support of our work with our funding partners and collaborative research organizations.

Current Funding Partners

NNSA National Nuclear Security Administration
Air Force OSR Air Force Office of Scientific Research
US DOEU.S. Department of Energy
NSFNational Science Foundation

Active Grants

U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC): Catalyst Design for Decarbonization Center (CD4DC)
Grant No. DE-SC0023383

National Science Foundation
NSF-DFG Confine: Diffusion of Water Confined in Patterned Hydrophilic-Hydrophobic Nanopores
Grant No. CHE-2223442

U.S. Department of Energy
Exascale Multireference Wave Function Theory Method for Polymer Upcycling Catalysis
Grant No. DE-SC0023382

Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Multi-Configuration Pair-Density Functional Theory for Magnetic Systems
Grant No. FA9550-16-1-0134

U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC): Inorganometallic Catalyst Design Center (Director)
2014-2018; 2018-2023
Grant No. DE-SC0012702

DOE Heavy Element Chemistry
Quantum Chemical Treatment of Strongly Correlated Magnetic Systems based on Heavy Elements
2009-2012; 2012-2016; 2016-2019; 2019-2022
Grant No. DE-SC0002183

National Nuclear Security Administration
Actinide Center of Excellence (subaward via University of Notre Dame)
Grant No. DE-NA0003763

National Science Foundation
Multiconfiguration Pair-Density Functional Theory for Complex Chemical Systems
2018-2021; 2021-2024
Grant No. CHE-1764186

U.S. Department of Energy
Nanoporous Materials Genome Center (NMGC)
2012-2017; 2017-2022
Grant No. DE-FG02-12ER16362
Grant No. DE-FG02-17ER16362

Previous Funding Partners

U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC): Materials Science of Actinides (subaward via University of Notre Dame)
Grant No. DE-SC0001089

Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Multi-Configurational Pair-Density Functional Theory for Charge Transfer Processes
Grant No. 15RT0884

University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment via Xcel Energy’s Renewable Electricity for Minnesota’s Future block grant
Pyrite FeS2: A Low-Cost Earth-Abundant Photovoltaic Solution for Renewable Electricity in Minnesota
Grant No. CHE-1124244

National Science Foundation
Multi-Configuration Pair-Density Functional Theory
Grant No. CHE-1464536

National Science Foundation
New Multireference Models for Strongly Correlated Systems
Grant No. CHE-1212575

National Science Foundation
International Collaboration in Chemistry: Aqueous Host-Guest Chemistry with Self-Assembling Metal-templated Cages
Grant No. CHE-1124244

Research Organizations

Chicago Center for Theoretical Chemistry

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Inorganometallic Catalyst Design Center

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Nanoporous Materials Genome Center

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