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Sandra Luber was awarded - as first woman - the Hans G. A. Hellmann Preis.
The Hans G. A. Hellmann Preis is conferred by the working group of Theoretical Chemistry. This working group is a union of theoretical chemists from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The prize is awarded annually since 1999 for outstanding scientific work in the entire field of theoretical chemistry.
Sandra Luber received the prize for her innovative contributions of the theoretical treatment of structure and dynamics of condensed matter, with special focus on spectroscopy and catalysis.
Sandra Luber is the first female scientist to receive the Hans G. A. Hellmann prize.
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