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Master in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling

Universidad de Valladolid
Program overview
2 years
Master's degree
Start dates
September 2021

September 2022

September 2023

Program description

Master in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling

The Master's Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling is a European Master verified by the Ministry of Education in Spain and which has received the distinction of Euro-label from the ECTNA (European Chemistry Thematic Network Association) and Erasmus Mundus from the European Union. A consortium of 46 European Universities participates in its organization, 14 of them from Spain. Participant universities come from the following countries: Belgium, Spain, France, Holland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Sweden. One of the intrinsic characteristics of the Master is to promote collaboration between the participating research groups and in particular, the mobility of students. The Master provides applicants high quality training in the field of Computational Chemistry, highly demanded and with high impact. Theoretical simulations are nowadays needed in all branches of Chemistry and Molecular Physics. Their range of applications include the design of new drugs in the Pharmaceutical Industry, new materials and nanodevices in Applied Physics or the prediction of the properties and reactivity of the new chemical compounds needed in the Chemical Industry. This master provides students with the fundamentals of Quantum Chemistry, which is at the core of most accurate techniques in Theoretical Chemistry, but also provides with the necessary skills to use and modify the most advanced software codes used to perform simulations of real systems. Students will learn to simulate complex systems by combining techniques based on Quantum Mechanics with classical Molecular Dynamics techniques.

Admission requirements

The official degree courses granting direct admission to this master's degree are the EHEA bachelor's degree in Chemistry or Physics and equivalent degrees. Students from other degrees as Mathematics, Biochemistry, Materials Science or Computer Science could be also eligible after following the courses of the levelling module.

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Universidad de Valladolid

Founded in the XIII century, the University of Valladolid (UVa) is a public university in Spain, located in the beautiful and peaceful region of Castilla and Leon, the cradle of Spanish language. Since its foundation, this academic institution has grown...

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Universidad de Valladolid

Plaza de Santa Cruz, 8
47002 Valladolid

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