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The COMP News

  • COMP Election 2015 The election (bios at associated link) this year will be held electronically via a Survey Monkey ballot. This ballot will be sent to your ACS e-mail address. If you have blocked e-mail from ACS or from Survey Monkey, you will not see the ballot. If you are looking to vote and are a COMP member, but have not seen the ballot, please contact the Secretary.This year's election will be to choose a Chair of the division for 2017 who will serve as the Chair-Elect in 2016. We will also be electing a Treasurer, one Councilor and one Alternate Councilor. Of the two members running for this position, the member receiving the most votes will be ...
    Posted Jul 14, 2015, 1:33 PM by Ed Sherer
  • Technical Program PDFs and COMP events for Denver (spring 2015) Planning to attend the ACS National Meeting in Denver? Here are some links and information to make your conference experience awesome! ACS Award Symposia in COMPACS Award for Computers in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research: Symposium in Honor of David A CaseACS Award for Research at an Undergraduate Institution: Symposium in Honor of George C ShieldsPlease join us at the COMP Poster SessionTuesday, March 24, 2015COMP Awards and Poster Session6 – 8pmColorado Convention CenterGoogle Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/29BhaHall B2Download the ACS Denver Meeting appFind the version for your smartphone here ( http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/spring-2015/mobileapp.html )Divisional Technical Program PDFsEver rip ...
    Posted Mar 18, 2015, 2:23 PM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • The COMP Programming & Executive Board Meetings at Denver (spring 2015) The open COMP Programming & Executive Board Meetings are on Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 3 - 4pm and 4 - 6pm, respectively, in room 108 of the Colorado Convention Center.Room 108 is between the A and B Lobbies in the lower right-corner of the Colorado Convention Center map at this link:http://denverconvention.com/iMap/Street_Level.pdfRoom 108Colorado Convention Center700 14th StreetDenver, CO 80202Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/29Bha
    Posted Feb 4, 2015, 6:08 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • The Chemical Computing Group Excellence Award for Graduate Students Winners for Denver (spring 2015) The COMP Division is excited to announce the Chemical Computing Group Excellence Award for Graduate Students winners for the Denver ACS meeting (spring 2015). Please visit the COMP award winners and the other excellent COMP posters at the COMP Poster Session on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm in Hall B2 of the Colorado Convention Center. More information about the Chemical Computing Group Excellence Award for Graduate Students can be found here.Time-dependent nonequilibrium dynamics in QM/continuum approachesBenedetta Mennucci, Feizhi Ding, David Lingerfelt, Xiaosong Li. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington and University of Pisa Dept of Chemistry, Pisa, ItalyThe Polarizable Continuum Models (PCMs) are some of the most inexpensive yet successful methods for including ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2015, 11:41 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • The OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award Winners for Denver (spring 2015) The COMP Division is excited to announce the OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational Chemistry winners for the Denver ACS meeting (spring 2015). Please visit the COMP award winners and the other excellent COMP posters at the COMP Poster Session on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm in Hall B2 of the Colorado Convention Center. More information about the OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational Chemistry can be found here.Physically-motivated first-principles force fields for molecular simulation: Theory and applicationsJordan Schmidt, Jesse McDaniel. University of Wisconsin - MadisonMolecular simulations are widely used to predict and explain the structural, thermodynamic, and dynamic properties of condensed-phase chemical systems. As such, there has been considerable ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2015, 11:40 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
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