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.
Photoinitiated processes are not only important for understanding natural phenomena but they also play an undeniable role in the booming fields of renewable energy, material design and medicine. Excited state processes have traditionally been explained from a static point of view, delivering in some cases a biased, incorrect or even incomplete description of the former. The simulation of the dynamics of such processes is therefore fundamental for the quest to understand the chemical and physical mechanisms.
The purpose of this school is to introduce its participants to state-of-the-art methodologies for the simulation of the dynamics of processes in the excited state, following the evolution in time of photoinitiated reactions, one of the priority topics of this call.
The school will be focused in simulating the dynamics of complex molecules. Electronic ab initio or TD-DFT methods would be sketched for obtaining the electronic wavefunctions or densities, that would be afterwards quantum-mechanically propagated. Moreover, several approaches for the treatment of the nuclei will be also provided, from full quantum dynamics to mixed quantum-classical dynamics.
The course is directed at PhD students, and young researchers, beginners in the field, working in theoretical chemistry and molecular physics.
More information at: https://www.cecam.org/workshop-1542.html
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.
Although computer simulation of the electronic structure and properties of solids began decades ago, only recently the solid state methodologies have become sufficiently reliable that their application has resulted in an increasingly important impact on solid state chemistry and physics. , While a large number of course and tutorials already exists, they are mainly focused on audiences with strong background on solid state physics, and usually devoted to some particular electronic structure code. Far more unusual are the courses designed to teach the solid-state techniques to chemists, thus contributing to eliminate the cultural barriers that still exist between both groups. This school is primarily targeted to PhD students and post docs who are interested or are starting to learning about the application theory methods and techniques to the study of the physics and chemistry of the solid state.
The level of this tutorial corresponds to master or doctorate students in areas of physics and chemistry. After two initial days where the fundamentals of theory of the treatment of the electronic structure of solids will be presented to the students, the remaining of the tutorial will be devoted to the examination of specific and hot areas like characterization of chemical bonding in solids and relationship to macroscopic properties, structure and reactivity at solid surfaces, including layered systems and highly correlated oxides, and magnetic properties. The afternoons will be dedicated to practical hand-on tutorials. Several computational codes are actively being developed, capable of simulating molecules, pure and defective crystals, surface and transport properties, and reactive processes in the bulk and interfaces. Getting familiar with the different codes and their possibilities requires an adequate training that merges theory and practice in substantial amounts.
More info at: https://www.cecam.org/workshop-1553.html