Welcome to the GAC Computational Chemistry Server

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This server is named after Niels Bohr, an influential figure in the early days of quantum mechnics. Bohr also worked on the Manhattan Project (along with his brother, the famous mathematician and world-class soccer player Harald Bohr) and was involved in the establishment of CERN. He was also a noted philosopher of science. Bohr was awarded many honors during his lifetime, including the 1922 Nobel Prize in Physics. A number of things have been named in Bohr's honor, including element number 107 (bohrium) and the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen—though surely the name of this cluster is his greatest honor!

STATUS: All systems go. ----- 3 job(s) running. ----- 3 of 16 processors active (18.75% load)

The cluster is housed in the Nobel Hall of Science and administered by Amanda Nienow.

Having problems? Please let Amanda know!

Mon Mar 19 08:12:19 CDT 2018