The 12th European Conference on Computational and Theoretical Chemistry (EUCO-CTC 2019) is going to be held in Perugia from September 1 to 5, 2019. The early registration deadline has been extended to June 15th.
The EUCO-CTC 2019 conference will deal with recent advances, developments and trends in the field of computations and theory of molecular sciences and technologies. It will also provide a unique information and communication platform for discussing a wide range of CTC applications in material sciences, catalytic processes, spectroscopic and photochemistry properties, biochemistry, drug design for academic research and industrial applications.
Other interesting features of EUCO-CTC 2019 are: a dedicated forum for discussing the research activities of students of the Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling Master courses, the training event on ECTN (European Chemistry Thematic Network) Association EChemTest® Self Evaluation Sessions (SES)s and Learning Objects (LO)s distributed repository GLOREP and an additional event for people involved in the Open Molecular Science Cloud.
- General theory issues
- Solid state and Materials
- Electronic structure and strong correlation
- Machine Learning, Cheminformatics, QSAR
- HPC for photochemistry and MD
- Force Fields
- Open Molecular Science, Cloud, Distributed Computing
Péter G. Szalay (Eötvös University, Budapest)
Stefano Evangelisti (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III and CNRS)
Ramón Sayós (Universidad de Barcelona)
Willem Klopper (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
Gabriele Cruciani (Università di Perugia)
Chiara Cappelli (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
Daniel Crawford (Virginia Tech)
Jean-Philip Piquemal (Université Paris-Sorbonne)
Federico Ruggieri (Consortium GARR, Italy)
Pedro Fernandes (University of Porto)
This conferences continues the traditions of computational chemistry within the series Nancy (1994), Lisbon (1997), Budapest (2000), Assisi (2002), La Londe le Maures (2006), Tale (2006), Venice (2008), Lund (2010), Sopron (2013), Fulda (2015) and Barcelona (2017).