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The Division serves a diverse membership and applies the latest innovations in theoretical chemistry to the experimental, physical, and biological sciences. Our members actively support education, outreach, professional development, and career growth. In addition, we utilize a variety of venues and tools to present, discuss, and publish the latest trends and results from computational scientists in all areas of research. If you are not a member, please join us! 

The COMP News

  • COMP Abstract deadline for ACS Fall 2016 extended! The deadline for abstract submission has been extended by 1 week. The new deadline is Monday March 28th at midnight EST.  Hopefully this gives everyone plenty of extra time to get their COMP abstracts submitted. Please contact us if you have questions!
    Posted Mar 22, 2016, 11:53 AM by Katrina Lexa
  • Technical Program PDFs and COMP events for San Diego (Spring 2016) If you are attending the ACS National Meeting in San Diego... Here are some links and information to make your conference experience awesome! Divisional Technical Program PDFsWell, the ACS has decided to stop distributing the "On-site" printed program for free (i.e., they now charge for this)!!! Well my friends, do not fear... Below you will find the PDFs of the technical programs (like you've just ripped them from that huge book but without the ragged edge) to download and print. Below you will not only find the programs for MPPG and COMP, but the full program and several of the divisions that significant overlap with COMP programming at this meeting are provided too! Enjoy!Please join ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2016, 9:50 AM by Lee Woodcock
  • COMP Spring 2016 Highlights We've released our Spring 2016 newsletter. Read about the current COMP Awards recipients, our first undergraduate workshop, all the COMP programming at the Spring ACS, a message from our Chair, and more. Please see the attached PDF for all the latest updates!
    Posted Mar 12, 2016, 8:41 AM by Katrina Lexa
  • COMP Social Saturday Event (San Diego March 12) COMP is hosting a networking event at Tin Fish from 8-10 PM on Saturday night.  Please see flyer below to register for event.  Please pass the information on to your COMP colleagues. Important: The link in the attached PDF below (not the image) will take you to the event site as a 'guest'.  As a guest you will need to request an invitation.  As a COMP member, you will be already receiving an invitation from the Event site itself.  So please register via that email or at the link below.  The link in the PDF is event is limited to 75 people.
    Posted Mar 1, 2016, 3:10 PM by Ed Sherer
  • Undergraduate Symposium Sunday at San Diego Please come out and support your fellow COMP members at the first undergraduate session in COMP.  We are following the lead of PHYS in setting up an undergraduate only session where members will give a short oral presentation covering a poster they will later give during the COMP poster session.  The session was made possible through an ACS IPG award and will fund sessions this Spring, and Spring '17.  Please contact Maria Nagan or Ed Sherer with any questions. Highlights for COMP Undergraduate Students   Technical Program Highlights Sunday 1:30-5:10 pm COMP Undergraduate Workshop, Room 26A   ·         Plenary Session 3-6 pm, Ballroom 20 A-C George Schatz, Northwestern University Using Self-Assembly to make Functional Materials: Computational Perspectives ...
    Posted Mar 1, 2016, 6:17 AM by Ed Sherer
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