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In collaboration with the Swiss Chemical Society
Conference Topics: The focus of the MQM 2013 is on highly accurate quantum chemical methods, the convergence of density functional and wave function theory, on the evaluation of molecular properties, and on advanced (large scale) applications. There will be eight thematic sessions covering the following topics
· Advances in Coupled Cluster Theory
· Multi-reference Coupled Cluster Theory
· Explicit Correlation Methods
· Density Functional Theory
· Alternative Approaches to the Electron Correlation Problem
· Property Calculation
· Large Systems Calculation
· Excited States and Open Shell Systems
Invited Lectures: There will be 32 invited lectures presented by leaders in the field, some of the former students and collaborators of Rod Bartlett’s (see section Speakers).
Posters and Contributed Lectures: We will have Poster Sessions covering all of conference topics. From the contributions submitted we will invite 28 participants to present their work as an oral contribution.
Session Chairs: The topic of each of the eight sessions will be briefly introduced by the session chair. These presentations will also give a historical perspective.
Evening Sessions: Will be on the history of electronic structure theory and on the role of computation in the materials design and drug discovery process in industry.
Special conference issue of Molecular Physics: There will be the opportunity to submit a manuscript covering your presentation to the special conference issue of Molecular Physics. The deadline for submission is June 30, 2013.
Award Program: The best posters in each category will be awarded prizes.
Exhibition: Exhibitors will be presenting their products and services.
Previous MQM Conferences: The MQM 2013 will be to the honor of Professor Rodney Bartlett of the Quantum Theory Project of the University of Florida. Previous MQM congresses honored Ernest Davidson (Seattle, 2001), Nicolas Handy (Cambridge, 2004), Peter Pulay (Budapest, 2007), and Henry F. Schaefer III (Berkeley, 2010).
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