Gustavo A. Aucar

Universidad Nacional del Nordeste (UNNE), Argentina

Gustavo A. Aucar was born in Resistencia, Argentina, in 1956. He received the Physical Licenciate degree from the Northeastern University of Argentina in 1983 and the Ph.D. degree in physics from the Buenos Aires University of Argentina in 1991 under supervision of Professor Rubén Contreras. He then went to Odense, Denmark, for postdoctoral studies under Professor Jens Oddershede as his supervisor. Since 1995, he is a Fellow of the Argentinean Council for Science and Technology, CONICET. Since 2008, he serves as the Head of the Institute IMIT (Institute for modelling and innovation on technology). He works also as a Professor of physics at Natural and Exact Science Faculty of the Northeastern University of Argentina since 1991. His main lines of research are developments of the polarization propagator formalism within QED, relativistic and nonrelativistic domains, QED and relativistic effects on nuclear magnetic properties on heavy-atom containing molecules, electronic mechanisms on NMR spectroscopic parameters, chirality, electron-correlation, H-bonding, entanglement and cooperative effects on response properties, and electronic effects on medium and large-size molecules

Biography Updated on 28 August 2011

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