|CCL 08.07.06 13th International Workshop Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, Lansing, Michigan, USA|
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Subject: 08.07.06 13th International Workshop Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, Lansing, Michigan, USA
****************** FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT ****************** Thirteenth International Workshop on QUANTUM SYSTEMS IN CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS (QSCP-XIII) Dates: July 6-12, 2008 Place: Lansing, Michigan, USA Chair: Piotr Piecuch (Michigan State University) Conference web site: www.chemistry.msu.edu/qscp13 Contact e-mail address: QSCP13-.-chemistry.msu.edu If you wish further information or to join the QSCP-XIII e-mail list, please consult the web site: www.chemistry.msu.edu/qscp13. You may also write to: qscp13-.-chemistry.msu.edu. The "I'm interested" link on the QSCP-XIII web site will enable you to express the level of your interest and join the e-mail list. Links under construction, particularly those that deal with formal registration, will be updated in January and early February 2008. Message from the Organizers: Dear Colleague, This Workshop, like the previous twelve meetings in the QSCP series, will bring together chemists and physicists interested in quantum systems in molecular, nano and material sciences. The emphasis will be on many-body methods, innovative theory, computational realization, and applications. The Workshop will include sessions on: * Concepts and New Methods in Quantum Chemistry * Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy * Atoms and Molecules in Strong Electric and Magnetic Fields * Condensed Matter; Complexes and Clusters; Surfaces and Interfaces * Molecular and Nano-Materials and Electronics * Reactive Collisions and Chemical Reactions * Computational Chemistry, Physics and Biology As usual, it is planned to publish the Proceedings of the Workshop. ------ The Workshop will be hosted by the Department of Chemistry (www.chemistry.msu.edu) at Michigan State University (www.msu.edu). The dates of the Workshop have been set at July 6-12, 2008. Please mark your calendars. Michigan State University is located in East Lansing, Michigan, USA. Information about the State of Michigan is available at www.michigan.org. Information about the Greater Lansing area is available at www.lansing.org. All workshop events will be held in the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development located at the southwest edge of the Michigan State University campus (www.msuhenrycenter.org). Lansing is the capital of the State of Michigan. Founded in 1855, Michigan State University is one of the top 100 universities in the world. From its roots as a pioneer land-grant institution, the university has a long tradition of excellence in creating and disseminating new knowledge. For more information on key facts about Michigan State University, see http://newsroom.msu.edu/snav/184/page.htm. ------- As during most QSCP workshops since Sofia (Bulgaria) and also the ICTCP-IV Congress at Marly-le-Roi (France), there will be a CEREMONY OF AWARD of the Promising Scientist Prize of CMOA at the Banquet Dinner of the QSCP-XIII workshop. If you wish to APPLY or NOMINATE someone then please consult the web site: www.lcpmr.upmc.fr/prize.html, and send an application or nomination to Piotr Piecuch, Chair of QSCP-XIII (piecuch-.-chemistry.msu.edu), with a copy to Jean Maruani, President of CMOA (marjema-.-wanadoo.fr). ------- For further details of the Workshop please consult the web site www.chemistry.msu.edu/qscp13. Several items are still under construction, but you may expect significant updates within the next two months. We encourage you to join our e-mail list by following the "I'm interested" link. The second announcement will be issued by e-mail in February 2008. We hope to see you in Lansing in July 2008. With kind regards, Piotr Piecuch Chair of the Local Organizing Committee of QSCP-XIII --------------- NEWS OF PREVIOUS QSCP WORKSHOPS Previous QSCP workshops were held in [or near] Pisa [San Miniato] (1996), Oxford (1997), Granada (1998), Paris [Marly-le-Roi] (1999), Uppsala (2000), Sofia (2001), Bratislava (2002), Athens [Spetses] (2003), Grenoble [Les Houches] (2004), Carthage (2005), St. Petersburg [Pushkin] (2006), and Windsor [Royal Holloway] (2007). Details of the proceedings of the most recent meetings are given below. --------------- PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWELFTH WORKSHOP The Proceedings of the Twelfth Workshop on "Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics" (Windsor, UK) will be published in "Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics" in 2008. --------------- PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH WORKSHOP The Proceedings of the Eleventh Workshop on "Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics" (St. Petersburg, Russia) have appeared in IJQC, vol. 107 (14), pp. 2565-2985 (2007). --------------- PROCEEDINGS OF THE TENTH WORKSHOP The Proceedings of the Tenth Workshop on "Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics" (Carthage, Tunisia) have appeared as vol. 16 of "Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics" (2007). --------------- PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH WORKSHOP The Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on "Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics" (Les Houches, France) have appeared as vol. 15 of "Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics" (2006). ---------------NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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