Workshop/Symposium

Call for Workshop or Symposium

The Organising Committee invites proposals for running of workshops or symposia.

Each workshop or symposium should have at least 10 paper presentations.

The organiser or one of the organisers will benefit from waiving of basic registration fee.

The organiser/s will be responsible for promoting the workshop or symposium, reviewing and recommending abstracts and full papers for the book of proceedings.

Each participant interested in submitting an abstract to a workshop or symposium must send the formatted abstract to the workshop or symposium organiser/s. If the abstract is suitable for the workshop or symposium, organiser/s should inform the participant to submit the abstract to the online submission system of the conference. If the abstract is not suitable for the workshop or symposium, organiser/s should inform the participant to submit the abstract to the online submission system to be considered for oral/poster sessions of the conference. All deadlines must be respected.

Proposals for running workshops or symposia should be submitted to the Chairman of the Organising Committee, Prof Ponnadurai Ramasami, ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). Each proposal should include the following details:

  1. Title of workshop or symposium.
  2. Details of the organiser/s (name, current position and e-mail address).
  3. Brief description in about 100 words of the workshop or symposium.
  4. Participants targeting.

The deadline for proposal submission is 31st Dec 2013.

The Organising Committee reserves the right to decide about the running of workshop/symposium.

Approved Symposia

Reference

Symposium I

Title

Computational Chemistry and its Applications

Brief

Computational chemistry uses computers to solve chemical problems. It applies theoretical methods implemented in software for computations. At the outset of the 21st century, computational chemistry is leading to a wide range of possibilities usually interdisciplinary. This symposium aims to gather researchers applying computational methods in chemistry and allied subjects. The topics may be related but not limited to structural, spectroscopic, kinetic and thermodynamic aspects.

Organisers

Prof Ponnadurai Ramasami and Dr Lydia Rhyman, Computational Chemistry Group, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius

E-mail

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 Reference Workshop 
Title

COSMO-RS: From Quantum Chemistry to Fluid Phase Thermodynamics and Drug Design

Brief

In this workshop the inventor of the COSMO-RS method, Andreas Klamt, will give an introduction to COSMO-RS theory and a broad overview of its applications and extensions. In the last part of the workshop, participants will have the chance to install a demo-version of the COSMOtherm program and to get a short practical introduction to COSMO-RS calculations.

For more details, please check the bronchure.

Organizer  Prof Andreas Klamt

The workshop is free, but registration to attend should be made via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , copied to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Post-conference Workshop
1 DAY TRAINING CUM WORKSHOP ON DRUG DISCOVERY TECHNOLOGY
Title Role of Cheminformatics in Drug Discovery and Designing: A Practical Approach
Brief

The BioDiscovery Group Life Sciences, India, will conduct a 1 day training course as part of ICPAC-2014
Topics to be covered are:
Introduction of drug designing
Science involved in disease target identification
Virtual screening
For more details please check the brochure

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