The 50th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, will take place in Vienna, Austria from September 14-18, 2014.
This year meeting will feature 15 invited speakers, who will present talks spanning from the development of methods in quantum chemistry, in dynamics, or the combination of both, to applications, also for excited states and light-induced processes. Additionally, 24 oral presentations from any field of Theoretical Chemistry will be selected from submissions and posters. Two poster sessions will allow you to interact with theorists from all fields of Theoretical Chemistry. On September 17th, the Hellmann Prize will be awarded to a young theoretical chemist.
The 50th anniversary will be additionally celebrated with two historical lectures. Wilfried Meyer (Kaiserslautern) will highlight the development of Theoretical Chemistry in the last 50 years within the German speaking countries and Klaus Ruedenberg (Iowa) will tell us about the history of Chemistry starting 3000 years ago.
Registration is now open and closes on the 30th of May.
Abstract deadline for oral contributions: 15th June.
Abstract deadline for posters: 15th July.
The number of participants is limited, so we cordially invite you to register as soon as possible. A contingent of affordable rooms have been reserved to facilitate housing in Vienna. September is conference high season and cheap accommodation runs out fast. It is therefore recommended to book early. If you fly with Austrian airlines, a discount of 15% is applied for STC participants.
ISMB2015 is the XXVI Edition of the Molecular Beams Conference series and will take place in Segovia, Spain, from the 28th of June to the 3rd of July 2015. The venue will be Parador Nacional de Segovia, an outstanding hotel and convention center located very close to medieval Segovia downtown, UNESCO Heritage city since 1985.
ISMB2015 will bring together scientists from all over the world to present and discuss the most recent advances in Molecular Beams Science, including reaction and photodissociation dynamics of neutral and ion molecules, ultrafast dynamics and coherent control, cold molecules, biomolecules, molecular clusters and helium droplets, liquid micro-jets and aerosols, beam-surface collisions, with contributions from both theory and experiment.
Following the tradition of the last Conferences, in this occasion ISMB2015 is dedicated to two outstanding scientists whose contributions and impact on Molecular Beams Science have been fundamental: Piergiorgio Casavecchia and Mike Ashfold, who will deliver plenary lectures in a special session in the afternoon of July 2, 2015.
The Conference format will include invited lectures, oral presentations selected among the abstract contributions, and poster sessions. The participation of young researchers and students is particularly welcome.
The day of arrival is Sunday, June 28, 2015, with registration during the afternoon and a reception in the evening. The program starts on Monday, June 29, 2015. The Conference will finish on the 3rd of July at midday, after a closure session.
Further information can be found on the conference web site: http://www.ucm.es/ismb which will be kept updated with the most recent news.
On behalf of the ISMB2015 Organizing Committee,
Javier Aoiz & Luis Bañares (Chairs)
The 3rd XLIC General Meeting will include also the 2nd Young Scientist Forum (YSF) – a special half-day with talks given by young researchers (PhD students and post-docs). The talk format will be 15 minutes + 5 minutes of discussion.
Seven young speakers will be selected by the young scientific committee on the basis of the submitted abstracts. The presenting author should attach also a short CV (including information about education, oral presentations and publications). For YSF talk, an abstract has to be submitted before September 15th, 2015.
Moreover, during the meeting, two special poster sessions are foreseen in order to exchange views and stimulate discussion on research topics, and to support interdisciplinary communication between the researchers. All young researchers participating in the XLIC General Meeting are encouraged to present a talk and/or poster.
The length of the abstract is limited to one A4 page, including figures and tables (see http://xlic.unideb.hu/abstracts).
The selection of young speakers will be announced on September 25th, 2015.
The WG1 Expert Meeting on ‘Frontiers in attosecond theory: from atoms to molecules to solids’’ has been approved by the COST Management Committee. The workshop will take place in Han-sur-Lesse (The Ardennes, Belgium) on April 4-8, 2016, at the Domain des Masures.
The chair of the organizing committee is Prof. Bernard Piraux.
The meeting will cover the following topics:
– hole dynamics in inner/valence shells of atoms/molecules
– ultrafast response to electron removal in solids
– ultrafast dynamics in chiral systems
– theoretical methods for ultrafast dynamics
Vitali Averbukh (Imperial College, London); Jamal Berakdar (Martin-Luether University, Halle), Alexander Galstyan (University Louvain la Neuve), Bernard Pons (CELIA, Bordeaux), Armin Scrinzi (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich).
Due to the capacity of the venue, the workshop will be limited to 30 participants. The total cost per person is 309 €, and it includes all meals and accommodation for 5 days.
If you plan to attend the workshop, please fill out this form. The deadline for registration is January 29, 2016. Once the list of participants will be known, you will receive the confirmation of your registration as well as more information about the organization of the workshop
The abstract submission deadline is January 29.
Please send one page abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and Bernard.Piraux@uclouvain.be.
Please use the following subject line: Ardennes_abstract_name
and indicate in your email the type of the contribution you wish to present: oral or poster.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee, which includes:
Prof. Henri Bachau (CELIA Bordeaux), Prof. Piero Decleva (Università di Trieste), Prof. Lars Madsen (Aarhus University), Prof. Fernando Martin (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid).
Photochemical reactions have tremendous scientific importance, ranging from photosynthesis to atmospheric reactions, and technologies such as sensors or displays. Due to the intrinsic complexity of photochemical reactions, they remain the least understood type of chemical process. Nonadiabatic dynamics, ultrafast time-scales, quantum effects and conical intersections are known to be important, but a detailed comprehension remains elusive. However, new experimental techniques capable of monitoring photochemical processes in unprecedented detail are appearing. This includes the development of intense-laser techniques, the construction of free-electron lasers such as the XFEL in Europe and the LCLS in the USA, new sources of pulsed electrons, advanced detection techniques, and important advances in theoretical modelling of quantum dynamics. Many of these techniques are developed by research communities not traditionally concerned with photochemistry, but provide an opportunity to shed new light on photochemical dynamics.
The themes for the meeting are:
Electronic and non-adiabatic dynamics
Attosecond processes and X-ray spectroscopy
Vibrational and condensed phase dynamics
Deadline for abstract submission: Dec. 14, 2015
Confirmed speakers include:
Prof. Dan Neumark (Berkeley), Prof. Dwayne Miller (Hamburg), Prof. Fernando Martin (Madrid), Prof. Shaul Mukamel (Irvine), Prof. Albert Stolow (Ottawa), Dr. Yann Mairesse (Bordeaux), Dr. Mike Minitti (SLAC), Prof. Artem Rudenko (Kansas), Prof. Andrew Orr-Ewing (Bristol), Dr. Junko Yano (Lawrence-Berkeley)
A full research paper containing new unpublished results always accompanies oral presentations at Faraday Discussions. The oral/paper abstract should outline current research in progress. Authors of the selected abstracts must then submit a full research paper with a significant amount of new, unpublished work by 11 April 2016. The research papers and a record of the discussion are published in the journal Faraday Discussions (Impact factor 4.606).
If you are not familiar with the format of Faraday Discussions we suggest you visit the conference website (http://tinyurl.com/ouqlfqj). We look forward to your submissions.
Adam Kirrander and Russell Minns on behalf of the Scientific Committee (Jon Marangos, Nina Rohringer, Olga Smirnova, and Peter Weber)
The International school on “The Frontiers of Attosecond and Ultrafast X-ray Science” will be held from 19th to 28th March 2017 in Erice, Sicily, Italy.
The primary objective of this new school is to educate the next generation of scientists who will impact the future of attosecond and ultrafast x-ray science. We anticipate that the school will meet on a regular basis every two years and become a foundation for the ultrafast community. Consequently, the main topics of the course are the following: (i) attosecond science and technology, devoted to the generation and application of attosecond pulses to the investigation of electronic dynamics in atoms, molecules, nanostructures and condensed phases; (ii) fundamentals, methods and applications of free electron lasers, synchrotron radiation, ion collisions in atomic and molecular science. Lectures will cover current developments in theory and experiments but are also intended to give the basics of the field.
Please note that, PhD students and post-docs willing to attend the school can apply for scholarships (deadline 30 January 2017). For more details see: http://www.erice-attosecond.it/registration
The school co-organised by XLIC COST Action and sponsored by Politecnico di Milano, Italian Ministry of Education and Scientific Research, Sicilian Regional Parliament, ELI-ALPS and Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture.
Louis Di Mauro, Alicja Domaracka, Mauro Nisoli and Sergio Martellucci
The two ICPEAC satellite meetings:
- The 25th International Symposium on Ion Atom Collisions (http://atom.curtin.edu.au/isiac)
- International Symposium on (e,2e), Double Photoionization and Related Topics with the 19th International Symposium on Polarization and Correlation in Electronic and Atomic Collisions http://atom.curtin.edu.au/e2epol
still welcome abstract submissions until the end of April. The confirmed invited speakers are available at the respective Scientific Program links.
We look forward to your participation,
Alisher Kadyrov, Chair of ISIAC
Igor Bray, Chair of (e,2e)-pol
The local organizing committee of the Catalan Chemical Society (SCQ) cordially invites you, on behalf of the Division of Computational and Theoretical Chemistry (DCTC) of the European Association of Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS), to participate at the 11th European Conference on Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, September 4 – September 7, 2017, in Barcelona.
The conference will reflect recent advances, developments and trends in the field and its impact on related molecular sciences and technology. EuCO-TCC 2017 will provide a unique information and communication platform and will cover a wide range of subjects related to computational chemistry, theoretical chemistry, material sciences, biology and drug design, and from fundamental academic research to industrial applications.
This invitation is addressed to scientists in academia, industry and in governmental institutions. You are all warmly welcomed to share your most recent findings and ideas and to continue the tradition of EuCO-CC conferences (Nancy 1994, Lisbon 1997, Budapest 2000, Assisi 2002, La Londe le Maures 2006, Tale 2006, Venetia 2008, Lund 2010, Sopron 2013, Fulda 2015).
Outstanding keynote speakers will outline recent trends in vary fields of interest. The scientific program will be completed by exhibitors presenting latest methods and applications in the field of computational chemistry.
The next Joint Iberian Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics IBER 2017 will take place in Barcelona, Spain from September 12 to 14, 2017.
IBER is the biannual conference organised jointly by the Atomic and Molecular Physics Specialised Group (GEFAM) of the Spanish Royal Society of Physics and the Portuguese Society of Physics.
The main purpose of this series of IBER conferences is to bring together scientists of Iberian community dedicated to Atomic and Molecular Physics and related areas of to facilitate the interaction and exchange of knowledge between their research groups. Researchers and scientists from all over Europe and the world are invited to attend this conference and share knowledge. The conference will be structured in three days with plenary lectures, invited lectures, oral presentations and a poster session.
For detailed information and registration please visit:
Specific topics of IBER include:
- Quantum Physics and Chemistry
- Experimental Techniques and Applied Physics
- Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy and Structure
- Biomolecules and Biophysics
- Clusters, Nanoparticles
- Surfaces and Condensed Phases
- Dynamical Studies of Elementary Processes
- Femtochemistry and Laser Control
List of Confirmed Speakers
M. Alcamí, U. Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
V. Aquilanti, U. de Perugia (Italy)
A. Bergeat, U. de Bordeaux (France)
F. Calegari, U. of Hamburg (Germany)
M.L. Carvalho, U. Nova Lisboa (Portugal)
D. Clary, Oxford University (UK)
B. Costa Cabral, U. Lisboa (Portugal)
L.M. Frutos, U. de Alcalá de Henares (Spain)
P. García Jambrina, U. Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
P. Jönsson, Malmö högskola, Malmö (Sweden)
U. Manthe. Universität Bielfeld (Germany)
T. Martinez, Stanford University (USA)
B. Maté, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Spain)
E. Narevicius, Weizmann Institute (Israel)
J. A. Paixão, U. de Coimbra, (Portugal)
M. J. Ramos, U. de Porto (Portugal)
O. Roncero, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Spain)
D. Shalashilin, U. of Leeds (UK)
S. Willitchs, U. Basel (Switzerland)
Registration is now open. The deadline for early-bird registration is July 6th while abstract submission will be open until June 9th. Please mark your calendars.
Approximately 10-12 contributions will be selected for oral communications. The participation of young researchers and students is particularly welcome.
We looking forward to welcoming in Barcelona!
With best regards
The Organising Committee at Universitat de Barcelona,
Antonio Aguilar Navarro (Chairman)
Margarita Albertí Wirsing
Miguel González Pérez
Fermín Huarte-Larrañaga (Secretary)
Estefanía López Marne
Josep Maria Lucas
Departament de Ciència de Materials i Química Física
Secció de Química Física
Institut de Química Teòrica i Computacional de la UB (IQTCUB)
Universitat de Barcelona