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Midlands Computational Chemistry Meeting 2019

Monday 15 April, Loughborough University

Organisers: Felix Plasser, Pooja Goddard, Kenny Jolley

The third annual Midlands Computational Chemistry Meeting is being held at Loughborough University on 15 April 2019. Following on from last year’s meeting, this one-day event is an opportunity to meet other computational chemists in the region and hear about the great work our students and colleagues are doing. Furthermore, we have invited three speakers from across the UK and beyond.

Invited speakers

  1. Prof. Jérôme Cornil, Université de Mons, Belgium
  2. Prof. David Scanlon, University College London, UK
  3. Dr Basile Curchod, Durham University, UK


The format of the one-day meeting will be invited and contributed presentations, and a poster session over lunch. Preference for oral presentations will be given to postgraduate students, postdocs and recently appointed academics.

There is no cost associated to this meeting thanks to generous sponsorship by the Centre for the Science of Materials at Loughborough University, and the UK Collaborative Computational Projects CCP9 and CCP5. For registration and abstract submission click the Registration button below. Abstract submission for contributed talks closes on 10th March 2019.

Venue

West Park Teaching Hub (WPT001) 

 

Tentative programme

9:30-10:30

Welcome and registration

10:30-17:00

Scientific programme