Computational Chemistry Seminar (DCSE)

Computational Chemistry Seminar (DCSE)


Welcome on the registration website of the Seminar "Computational Chemistry" organized by the Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering.

Computational Chemistry

Computational chemistry is a branch of chemistry that uses principles
of computer science to assist in solving chemical problems. It uses
the results of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient
computer programs, to calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids.

The methods employed cover both static and dynamic situations. In all
cases the computer time and other resources (such as memory and disk
space) increase rapidly with the size of the system being studied.
Computational chemistry methods range from highly accurate to very
approximate; highly accurate methods are typically feasible only for small systems.

Since computer power and computational methods have been strongly
enhanced, larger and larger systems are possible to simulate. In this
seminar the Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering
(DCSE) invites a number of experts to present the state of the art
with respect to Computational Chemistry.

The Seminar will be held on April 24, 2013. Please use the menu to the left for the various options and register free of charge before April 19, 2013.

Beste regards,

The organization committee