University of Geneva,
Science II, Auditorium A150, 30, Quai Ernest-Ansermet
February 14, 2019, 10.00-16.45h
Welcome and posters in the lobby of the Science III building arrival: https://www.unige.ch/presse/plans/sciences/
||Welcome/Coffee (Science III lobby)
||Welcome (A150 Auditorium)
||Daniel Borgis, ENS Paris
«Molecular density functional theory: A six-dimensional approach to solvation»
||Mark E. Casida, Université Grenoble-Alpes
||Luigi Genovese, CEA Grenoble
«Potentialities of Wavelet formalisms for large-scale DFT calculations
||General Assembly SACC
||Poster Session with Sandwich Lunch (Science III lobby, ground floor)
||Leonardo Scapozza, Université de Genève
«Unveiling m-RNA conformational ensemble by Molecular Dynamics
towards developing therapeutics for splicing-linked diseases»
||Amalia Poblador Bahamonde,Université de Genève
«Mechanisms by computation»
||Stephan Steinmann, ENS Lyon
«Energy Decomposition Analysis and Solvation Effects in Heterogeneous Catalysis»
||End of the Symposium
The meeting will feature the poster/sandwich session during the lunch break. If you like to present a poster, please upload your abstract while registration process.
Computational scientists and interested members of the academic and industrial chemistry community.
Prof. Dr. Tomasz A. Wesolowski
Registration deadline: February 7th, 2019.
Participation Fee: the event is free of charge for SACC members.
Please register via the onlin form:
David Spichiger, SCS