Submit your COMP abstract for the Denver ACS meeting (spring 2015)
Post date: Oct 24, 2014 12:49:57 PM
Pondering if you should submit an abstract to a COMP symposium for the Denver ACS meeting (March 22-26, 2015)? You definitely should but time is running out.
COMP abstract submissions close at 11pm Eastern Time on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. Brief instructions on submitting your abstract using MAPS ( maps.acs.org ) are provided here. Late abstracts will not be accepted.
The COMP Division is a multidisciplinary organization with members from almost every ACS division. Please consider submitting an abstract to:
- Computational Study of Water
- Drug Discovery (ADME/Tox, Informatics, Ligand-based, Methodology, Structural Bioinformatics & Target-base)
- Materials Science
- Molecular Mechanics (Applications, Electrostatics & Polarization, Force Field Development, Methodology, and Proteins)
- Quantum Chemistry (Applications, Methodology, and Quantum Dynamics & Monte Carlo Simulations)
- The COMP Poster Session
You can still apply for the NVIDIA GPU Award! The submission deadline is the same as above: 11pm Eastern Time on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. Submit your abstract via MAPS ( maps.acs.org ).
We hope that you are able to present your work at the Denver ACS meeting and thank you for your time!
The COMP Programming Board
Emilio Xavier Esposito
Eric V Patterson
Yufeng Jane Tseng
Scott A Wildman
PS: Do you want to organize a symposium within COMP at the San Diego (spring 2016) or Philadelphia (fall 2016) ACS National Meeting? We would be happy to hear your idea for a symposium!