IAQMS

The International Academy of Quantum Molecular Sciences (IAQMS) was created in Menton in 1967, with Professors Raymond Daudel (France), Per-Olov Löwdin (Sweden), Robert G. Parr (USA), John A. Pople (USA), and Bernard Pullman (France) as its founding members, under the inspiration and with the support of Professor Louis de Broglie (France).

One of the main initiatives of the Academy has been the organization of the International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (ICQC) every three years. The first was arranged in Menton (1973), the second in New Orleans (1976), the third in Kyoto (1979), the fourth in Uppsala (1982), the fifth in Montreal (1985), the sixth in Jerusalem (1988), the seventh in Menton (1991), the eighth in Prague (1994), the ninth in Atlanta (1997), the tenth in Menton (2000), the eleventh in Bonn (2003), the twelveth in Kyoto (2006), the thirteenth in Helsinki (2009), the fourteenth in Boulder (2012), and the fifteenth in Beijing (2015).

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