Edit Mátyus (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary)
For developments in high-precision theoretical quantum chemistry that combine non-Born–Oppenheimer effects, quantum electrodynamics and special relativity, all done with an emphasis on molecular systems that will play a central role in testing fundamental physics.
Sonia Coriani (DTU, Denmark)
Clémence Corminbœuf (EPFL, Switzerland)
Henrik Koch (NTNU, Norway and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy)
Roland Lindh (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Shaul Mukamel (University of California at Irvine, USA)
Hiromi Nakai (Wasada University, Japan)
Ed Valeev (Virginia Tech, USA)
President: Gustavo Scuseria
Vice-President: Joachim Sauer
General Secretary: Laura Gagliardi
Treasurer: Daniel Crawford
Member at Large: Hiromi Nakai
Sandeep Sharma (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
For his original contributions to the development of efficient algorithms in DMRG, selected CI and quantum Monte Carlo methods.
Daniel Crawford (Virginia Tech, USA)
Jeremy N. Harvey (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Kenneth D. Jordan (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Markus Reiher (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Debashree Ghosh (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India)
For her creative applications of strongly correlated methods and a novel excited state scheme to elucidate bonding in molecules, with important applications to fluorescent protein systems and the bio-pigment melanin.
Giulia Galli (University of Chicago, USA)
Eberhard K. U. Gross (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Peter J. Rossky (Rice University, USA)
Joachim Sauer (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
Francesco Evangelista (Emory University, Atlanta, USA)
For his significant contributions to multireference coupled cluster methods, the driven similarity renormalization group approach, adaptive configuration interaction, and quantum computing.
Tucker Carrington (Queens University, Canada)
Laura Gagliardi (University of Minnesota, USA)
Péter Szalay (ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary)
Birgitta Whaley (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
Takeshi Yanai (Nagoya University, Japan)
Julien Toulouse (Sorbonne University, France)
For his deep and original contributions to the development of electron-correlation methods at the interface of wave-function theory (WFT) and density-functional theory (DFT), with important contributions to range-separated DFT, double-hybrid DFT, and the diffusion Monte Carlo (DMC) method.