Computational Chemistry Conference
lwong at stallion.jsums.edu
Tue Sep 19 14:50:56 EST 1995
We are pleased to announce the 4th conference on CURRENT TRENDS IN
COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY. The symposium organized by Jackson State University
will cover all areas of Computational Chemistry as well as Quantum Chemistry.
The local host of the conference is US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment
Station in Vicksburg.
The meeting will be held at the Holiday Inn of Vicksburg (40 miles west from
Jackson), Mississippi on November 3 & 4, 1995. The format consists of a
series of plenary lectures and poster presentations on Friday and Saturday
followed by a banquet on Saturday evening. In addition a welcoming
reception and poster presentations are scheduled on Friday night.
There will be talks covering applications as well as theory.
We are planning to publish extended abstracts (up to 4 pages) of
all invited talks and poster presentations.
Enclosed are Announcement Poster, a registration form
and a housing information. The deadline for registration and
abstract submission is October 1, 1995.
Jackson State University,
Dept of Chemistry,
1400 JR Lynch St.,
Jackson, MS - 39217.
Phone: (601) 973-3482
Fax: (601) 973-3674.
E-Mail : jerzy2 at iris5.jsums.edu.
The program will include invited papers and contributed posters in
all areas of Quantum and Computational Chemistry.
Martin Head-Gordon University of California Berkeley
"Linear Scaling Self-Consistent Field
Calculations:Progress and Prospects"
Kendall Houk University of California Los Angeles
"Theoretical Studies of Aromatic Molecules:
From Cn through Octapyrroles"
Andrew Komornicki Polyatomics Research Institute
Alfred H.Lowrey Naval Research Laboratory
"Theoretical Linear Solvation Energy
Relationships for Properties of Energetic
Vincent B.McKoy California Institute of Technology
"Studies of Electron-Molecule Collisions
Using Parallel Computers"
William H.Miller University of California Berkeley
Vincent Ortiz University of New Mexico
Eiji Osawa Toyohashi University of Technology
"Further Developments in Conformational
Paul v.R. Schleyer Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
"Details of Neighboring Group Participation
Isaiah Shavitt Ohio State University
"Multirefence Methods in Electronic
Jeffery Skolnick Scripps Research Institute
"Prediction of Protein Structure"
John Stanton University of Texas at Austin
"Overview of the Equation-of-Motion coupled
Don Truhlar University of Minnesota
"Solvation Effects on Chemical Structure,
Equilibria, and Reactivity"
4th Conference on
CURRENT TRENDS IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY
NOVEMBER 3 & 4, 1995, Jackson, Mississippi
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2. If you wish to present a poster, please indicate the title
below. All abstracts are due October 1, 1995 (up to 4
pages in length, presenting author underlined, photo-ready
quality, in duplicate) to ensure publication in the Conference
3. Conference materials, Banquet and reception fee, all meals from
breakfast on Friday through dinner on Saturday, coffee and
refreshments are included per paid participant.
Make checks payable to : Conference on "Current Trends in Computational
in accord with the fee structure listed below.
Registration fee before October 1, 1995, $125.00 $-------
Registration fee thereafter, $ 175.00 $-------
Registration fee at student discount, $50.00 $-------
5. HOUSING: The organizers will not make housing reservations.
In order to reserve a room at a special conference rate of
$50.00-$60.00 per room call Holiday Inn of Vicksburg, 3330 Clay Street,
Vicksburg, Ms-39180. Phone (601)636-4551, Fax:(601)636-4552. The
reservation should be arranged with the Holiday Inn before
October 15, 1995.
I do ------- do not ------- plan to stay at the conference
Please type all entries and return to Jerzy Leszczynski, Department
of Chemistry, Jackson State University. P.O.Box 17910, Jackson,
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