Symposium (to be updated)
Theme: Computational Chemistry Methods in Basic and Applied Sciences
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. This symposium will highlight research using computational chemistry to achieve sustainable development goals.
Virtual Winter School on Computational Chemistry - Africa Calling
In association with VCCA-2022 the organising committee of the Virtual Winter School on Computational Chemistry will be holding a one-day satellite symposium bon Friday 5 August 2022. This one-day event will be hosted in the VWSCC’s space, kindly sponsored by Gather, and will be a condensed version of our annual VWSCC event, focusing on showcasing African science to the rest of the world.
Registration is now open: https://winterschool.cc/africa-calling