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The COMP News

  • ACS COMP award winners for Spring 2018 meeting We received many excellent submissions and are thrilled to announce the winners of the ACS COMP awards for the Spring 2018 meeting in New Orleans!The OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational ChemistryHeather Kulik, hjkulik@mit.edu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemical Engineering, Strategies and Software for Accelerating Inorganic Molecular DesignDaniel Lambrecht, Lambrecht@pitt.edu, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemistry, Constructing Optimal Structure-Function Relations Directly from First PrinciplesEric May, eric.may@uconn.edu, University of Connecticut, Molecular and Cell Biology, Curvature Based Lipid Segregation and Stability Modulation in Bilayers Containing Cardiolipin and MonolysocardiolipinAdam Willard, awillard@mit.edu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemistry, Simulating Nanoscale Energy and Charge Transport in  Soft Molecular SemiconductorsThe ...
    Posted Nov 27, 2017, 9:47 AM by Katrina Lexa
  • ACS COMP Awards for NOLA Dear ACS COMP Members:On behalf of the Division of Computers in Chemistry (COMP) of the American Chemical Society, we invite nominations for the awards for the Spring 2018 National American Chemical Society Meeting (March 18-22 New Orleans, LA). Please note most of the awards have a October 2nd deadline.To find out more information about all COMP awards please visit our website http://www.acscomp.orgCCG-sponsored award for grad students: http://www.acscomp.org/awards/chemical-computing-group-excellence-awardWiley-sponsored award for postdocs: http://www.acscomp.org/awards/the-comp-acs-outstanding-postdoc-awardOpeneye-sponsored outstanding junior faculty award: http://www.acscomp.org/awards/the-comp-acs-outstanding-junior-faculty-awardNvidia-sponsored ...
    Posted Aug 28, 2017, 4:02 AM by Carlos Simmerling
  • 2017 COMP Election Results The Computers in Chemistry Division would like to congratulate the members elected to the following positions. We thank all volunteers for running and look forward to working with you this year to find other areas of impact/outreach.2018 Chair-Elect, 2019 Chair: Michelle HallSecretary: Katrina LexaCouncilor: Chris CramerAlt-Councilor: Terry Stouch
    Posted Aug 21, 2017, 5:36 PM by Ed Sherer
  • On-site Technical Program PDFs - Washington, DC Hello All, I have pulled and uploaded a PDF of the On-site Technical Program. Additionally, I have pulled the program information for a handful of divisions that have logical overlap with ACS COMP. Thanks, H. Lee WoodcockACS COMP Program Chair 
    Posted Aug 18, 2017, 4:30 PM by Lee Woodcock
  • Fall 2017 Mentor Lunch Going to ACS DC this Fall? If you are a postdoc or graduate student in computational chemistry, make sure you register for our traditional COMP mentor lunch! Happening on Wednesday, August 23rd, senior members of ACS COMP will be on hand to answer all your questions about development and careers within industry and academia over lunch. Spots are limited and they are first come, first serve, so sign up soon on our EventBrite page: ow.ly/eggX30e2XEu
    Posted Jul 31, 2017, 9:00 AM by Katrina Lexa
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