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  • Call for abstracts at the Denver ACS meeting (spring 2015) You are invited to submit your abstract to COMP's technical program for the Denver ACS meeting (March 22 - 26, 2015). The abstract submission now uses Meeting Abstracts Programming System (MAPS; maps.acs.org ) by ScholarOne™ and while it will be different we believe it provides a better user experience. Because MAPS is new to all of us, we strongly encouraged you to submit your abstract early for the Denver meeting. By submitting your abstract early, any problems can be handled quickly and easily. COMP abstract submission is currently open via MAPS and closes for COMP division submissions at 11pm Eastern Time on Tuesday, October 28, 2014.Brief instructions to help you submit your abstract using MAPS ( maps.acs.org ...
    Posted Sep 26, 2014, 10:04 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • Mesoscale Chemistry Workshop (organized by the National Academy of Sciences) The Chemical Sciences Roundtable is pleased to announce that it will host a workshop titled Mesoscale Chemistry November 6 -7, 2014 in Washington, D.C. The 1.5 day workshop will center on the research on chemical phenomena with a particular focus on the collective and emergent behaviors at the mesoscale. Mesoscale chemistry can be loosely defined as the scale between the microscopic (molecular) and macroscopic (bulk) scales, where interesting ensemble effects exist that present opportunities for developing new functionality of materials and understanding of biological and interfacial systems, as well as challenges for analysis and description. Advances in theoretical, computational, synthetic, and analytical techniques have supported the extension of research into the study and development of mesoscale structures and ...
    Posted Sep 25, 2014, 10:49 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • NVIDIA GPU Award for Best GPU Poster (Denver, spring 2015) Have GPUs drastically improved your ability to do research?Are you writing GPU code that will help you and other scientists do more, faster?If so, submit an abstract to the NVIDIA GPU Award for Best GPU Poster competition at the ACS national meeting in Denver, Colorado (March 22-26, 2015). The COMP division hosts the NVIDIA GPU Award for Best GPU Poster. More information regarding this competition can be found here:http://www.acscomp.org/awards/nvidia-gpu-awardInformation on submitting your abstract using MAPS ( maps.acs.org ) can be found here:http://www.acscomp.org/meetings/presenter-information#TOC-Abstract-SubmissionsAbstract submission via MAPS closes for COMP division submissions at 11pm Eastern time on Tuesday, October ...
    Posted Sep 18, 2014, 11:25 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • COMP Division travel awards for Spring 2015 National Meeting Applications are open for travel awards from the ACS Division of Computers in Chemistry, to be awarded at the Spring 2015 national meeting in Denver, Colorado (March 22-26, 2015). The deadline to apply for these awards is midnight Eastern Time Friday October 10, 2014. Please follow the links below for information on how to apply. CCG Research Excellence award (graduate students)http://www.acscomp.org/awards/chemical-computing-group-excellence-award OPENEYE Outstanding Junior Faculty Award (tenure-track Assistant Professors)http://www.acscomp.org/awards/the-comp-acs-outstanding-junior-faculty-award
    Posted Sep 18, 2014, 11:24 AM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
  • NVIDIA Best GPU Poster Award Winner (San Francisco, fall 2014) Congratulations to Vivek S Bharadwaj of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado! Vivek won the NVIDIA GPU Poster Competition with his poster "Unraveling the fumarate addition reaction in the glycyl radical enzyme Benzylsuccinate Synthase: A GPU enabled comprehensive computational study." Vivek was awarded an NVIDIA Tesla K40 active!       Vivek S Bharadwaj  Vivek S Bharadwaj, Scott A Wildman (COMP Programming Chair, and Mark Berger (NVIDIA)  Vivek S Bharadwaj and Mark Berger (NVIDIA) About Vivek's NVIDIA GPU Award winning research: Unraveling the fumarate addition reaction in the glycyl radical enzyme Benzylsuccinate Synthase: A GPU enabled comprehensive computational study Vivek S Bharadwaj, Anthony M Dean, and C. Mark Maupin. Department of Chemical and ...
    Posted Aug 14, 2014, 2:30 PM by Emilio Xavier Esposito
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