News for our Members
Celebrating Computational Biology: A Tribute to Frank Blaney
St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
September 12 - September 15, 2010
This scientific meeting will be held to honour the work done by Frank Blaney, a well-known computational chemist who has worked for many years in the pharmaceutical industry. Within the world of molecular modelling, particularly in respect of drug discovery, Frank is an almost legendary figure who has done some very smart things. The intention of the organizers has been to assemble a world class group of scientists who will discuss their work at the forefront of efforts to apply computers in solving a broad range of problems in the biological sciences.
The COMP Newsletter is available. Download your copy and check out the latest news from the Division. Topics include:
- Statement from the Chair
- ACS Fellows from the COMP Division
- COMP 2009 Election Results
- Symposia at the Washington D.C. Meeting
- HP Outsanding Junior Faculty Award Program
- Chemical Computing Group Excellence Award
- COMP Mentor Lunches
- Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modeling
- JCTC and JCIM
- Nanoscience Presentations Online
- COMP and CCL
- Sponsors for the 238th National ACS COMP Programming
- COMP Social Networking Initiative
- COMP Announcements
The preliminary program for the 238th National Meeting in Washington DC is available. Download your copy and check out the list of speakers and topics for DC.
$1,000 prize to be awarded at the
238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, D.C.
The Computers in Chemistry Division (COMP) of the ACS will hold the eighth annual Symposium on Emerging Technologies in Computational Chemistry at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 15-20, 2009. The objective of the symposium is to stimulate, reward, and publicize major methodological advances in computational chemistry.
The talks will be evaluated by a Panel of Experts on the quality of the presentation and the impact that the research will have on the future of computational chemistry and allied sciences. The symposium is ideal for presenting your latest and best research on new techniques, applications and software development. Schrödinger, Inc. sponsors the $1,000 award for the best talk at the symposium.
Inquiries and applications for future meetings should sent to:
- Prof. Curt M. Breneman
- Director, RECCR Center
- Department of Chemistry
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Troy, NY 12180
- E-mail: brenec_at_rpi.edu
The 2009 dues forms are now available as either a PDF document or Microsoft Word document.
RSS Feeds for Job Postings
For those interested in tracking employment opportunities, the following links will search the ACS chemjobs database for appropiate openings.
COMP and CCL
The COMP division is now a proud sponsor of the Computational Chemistry List (CCL) at http://www.ccl.net. Information about upcoming COMP events will be distributed via this CCL.
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