Molecular Education and Research Consortium
in Undergraduate computational chemistRY
15 - 17 July 2019 - MolSSI Workshop
17 - 19 July 2019 - General Conference
Furman University
/
Greenville, SC
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Six Keynote Lectures
Speakers
Undergraduate Poster Presentations
Abstract Submission
MolSSI Workshop
July 16-17, 2019
Workshop Details
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CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT INFORMATION: The MoISSI check-in will start on Monday, July 15th at 2:00PM and will run through Wednesday, July 17th at 3:30PM. General Check-in and Registration for the main MERCURY Conference will start at 2PM on Wednesday, July 17th. The MERCURY Conference will end on Friday, July 19th with a conference checkout at 12:30PM. If you are checking in or out outside of the allotted times, please call Tristan De La Cruz at 470-554-1002

Speakers

Nick Mayhall

Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech

Sapna Sarupria

Associate Professor, Clemson University

Anne McCoy

Professor of Chemistry, University of Washington

Melissa Landon

Director, Applications Science, Schrodinger

Frank Pickard

Principal Scientist, Pfizer

Adrian Roitberg

Professor, University of Florida

Paul Nerenberg

Assistant Professor of Physics and Biology, Cal State LA

Olaseni Sode

Assistant Professor

Lee-Ping Wang

Assistant Professor

Ashley McDonald

Assistant Professor

Sponsors

We thank the National Science Foundation (NSF) for funding the shared HPC resources via its Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grants CHE-0116435, CHE-0521063, CHE-0849677, CHE-1229354, CHE-1662030 since 2001.

We also thank Furman University for generously supporting the latest conference and keeping it affordable. Bucknell University and Hamilton College had previously hosted and supported the conference.

The Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI) receives funding from NSF to foster cooperation amongst computational molecular scientists and accelerate the translation of basic science into new technologies essential to the vitality of the economy and environment. We thank MolSSI for organizing an exciting workshop.