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The Division serves a diverse membership and applies the latest innovations in theoretical chemistry to the experimental, physical, and biological sciences. Our members actively support education, outreach, professional development, and career growth. In addition, we utilize a variety of venues and tools to present, discuss, and publish the latest trends and results from computational scientists in all areas of research. If you are not a member, please join us! 

The COMP News

  • Special Symposium in Honor of Jeffry D. Madura Please see the files below for the special symposium honoring Jeffry Madura, an active COMP member. This symposium has been organized by the Fall 2018 Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee.
    Posted by Maria Nagan
  • 2018 Election Information The 2018 election will be for the 2020 Chair (2019 Chair-Elect), Treasurer and a Councilor.  The election will be conducted via Survey Monkey based on the official ACS COMP election email list of qualified voting members.  If you do not receive a ballot and expect to, please contact our secretary (contact details in the Current Officers Section).If you do not get your ballot by the end of 8/13, please check spam/filtered folders, ensure you have not opted out of Survey Monkey, and that your ACS official email address is up to date, and correctly entered.Bios for the Chair and Councilor candidates are available below via the pdf link below.
    Posted Aug 9, 2018, 2:55 PM by Maria Nagan
  • Spring 2018 Newsletter Highlights from the COMP division are available now in our ACS COMP Spring 2018 newsletter. Check it out!
    Posted Mar 24, 2018, 6:46 PM by Katrina Lexa
  • New Orleans Executive Meeting Agenda We have an open Executive Meeting at the National Meeting. Please join us if you would like to be more involved in COMP.Maria NaganChair 2018
    Posted Mar 16, 2018, 2:07 PM by Maria Nagan
  • COMP Mentor Lunch at ACS NoLA 2018 Ask your burning questions about careers in COMP! This lunch is open to graduate students and postdocs and will offer the chance for attendees to chat with senior members of the COMP community with careers in academia and industry. Sign up for this mentor lunch at our Eventbrite page. Seats are limited, so sign up soon:
    Posted Mar 7, 2018, 9:57 AM by Katrina Lexa
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