COMP Programming
at ACS National Meetings

The Computers in Chemistry Division
Divisional Programming

The COMP Programming Board oversees the organization of the COMP technical program at ACS national meetings. The Programming Board works very hard to ensure that the COMP techinical programs are consistently outstanding. The COMP Programming Board is:
Emilio Xavier Esposito, PhD, exeResearch
Michael Feig, PhD, Michigan State University
Melissa Landon, PhD, Cubist Pharmaceuticals
Jeffry D Madura, PhD, Duquesne University
Yufeng Jane Tseng, PhD, National Taiwan University
Scott A Wildman, PhD, Washington University in St. Louis

To organize a symposium, please contact the COMP Programming Chair:

Emilio Xavier Esposito, PhD
exeResearch, LLC
32 University Drive
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Phone (517) 639-0684
Email: emilio.esposito AT

Meetings for 2011

Anaheim, California
March 27-31, 2011

Denver, Colorado
August 28-September 1, 2011

The COMP Programming Board is currently accepting symposia topics for the Fall 2011 ACS national meeting in Denver, Colorado. Please contact Emilio ( emilio.esposito AT ) for more information.

Future ACS National Meetings

Locations and Dates of future ACS national meetings

Past ACS National Meetings

Boston, Massachusetts
August 22-26, 2010

COMP Program
Program Abstracts

San Francisco, California
March 21-25, 2010

COMP Program
Program Abstracts

Salt Lake City, Utah
March 22-26, 2009

COMP Program
Program Abstracts

Washington, DC
August 16-20, 2009

Spring 2008, New Orleans, Louisiana
April 6-10, 2008

Full Schedule
Program Schedule
Program Abstracts

Fall 2008, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 17-21, 2008

Full Schedule
Program Schedule
Program Abstracts

Spring 2007, Chicago, Illinois
March 25-29, 2007

Full Program

Fall 2007, Boston, Massachusetts
August 19-23, 2007

Full Program

Spring 2006, Atlanta, Georgia
March 26-30, 2006

Full Program
Abstracts (Note: 13 MB)

Fall 2006, San Fransisco, California
September 10-14, 2006

Full Program
Abstracts (Note: 4 MB)

Fall 2005, Washington, DC
August 28-31, 2005
Full Program
Abstracts for papers:

243-339 (Posters)

Spring 2005, San Diego, California
March 13-17, 2005
Full Program
Program Abstracts
Full program and abstracts

Fall 2004, Philadelpia, Pennsylvania
August 22-27, 2004
Full Program
Program Abstracts

Spring 2004, Anaheim, California
March 28-April 1, 2004
Full Program
Program Abstracts (zip file).

Fall 2003, New York, New York
September 7-11, 2003
Full Progam
Program Abstracts
Building Proteins Computationally, which appeared in the 06 October 2003 Chemical and Engineering News.

Spring 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana
March 23-27, 2003
Full Program
Program Abstracts (zip file)
Chemical and Engineering News article on Teaching medicinal chemistry to undergraduates (from the 21 April 2003 issue of C&E News), and Computational Nanotechnology (from the 28 April 2003 issue).

Fall 2002, Boston, Massachusetts
August 18-22, 2002
Full Program
Program Abstracts
Chemical and Engineering News cover story on the computational chemisty in chemical education session (16 Sept 02).

Spring 2002, Orlando, Florida
April 7-11, 2002
Full Program
Program Abstracts, and Chemical and Engineering News cover story on ADME/Tox screening session (29 April 2002).

Fall 2001, Chicago, Illinois
August 26-30, 2001
Full Program
Program Abstracts
C&E News Cover story from the meeting.

Spring 2001, San Diego, California
April 1-5, 2001
Full Program
Program Abstracts
C&E News Supercomputing Strategies

Fall 2000, Washington DC
August 20-24, 2000
Full Program

Spring 2000, San Fransisco, California
March 26-30, 2000
Full Program

Fall 1999, New Orleans, Louisiana
August 22-26, 1999
Full Program

Spring 1999, Anaheim, California
March 21-25, 1999
Full Program

Fall 1998, Boston, Massachusetts
August 23-27, 1998
Full Program

Spring 1998, Dallas, Texas
March 29-April 2, 1998
Full Program

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