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Date: Fri Jul 10 16:55:48 2009
Subject: 09.08.15 Q-Chem Workshop, Washington DC
Dear colleague, 

Q-Chem Inc. would like to invite you to the workshop entitled "Quantum 
leap into the future: advances and applications of QM and QM/MM methods". 
The workshop will take place on 15th of August 2009 (Saturday), at NIH 
Bethesda campus in Washington DC area, the day before the Fall National 
ACS meeting. At the workshop, leaders in academia and government 
institutions will present new and improved computational methods for a 
wide range of chemical and biological applications. In addition, a 
hands-on tutorial session will provide ample opportunities to learn basic 
and advanced features of the state-of-the-art computational tools in 
Q-Chem, including QM/MM calculations with the popular MD program CHARMM.
Invited speakers of our workshop (in alphabetical order): 

- Dr. Bernard Brooks (NIH) on new QM/MM methods with Q-Chem and CHARMM
- Prof. Martin Head-Gordon (University of California, Berkeley)  
  on new DFT and MP2 methods
- Dr. Edina Rosta (NIH) on QM/MM applications
- Dr. Jing Kong (Q-Chem Inc.) on new DFT algorithms and dispersion model
- Dr. Qin Wu (Brookhaven National Lab) on charge-constrained DFT

Interested parties please register at till the 5th of August.  
Please bring your own laptop computers (Windows or MacOS) for the 
tutorials. Software for the tutorials will be provided through 
downloading prior to the workshop. 
Please note that this is the only announcement we will send out about 
this workshop.  Please save this email and the link 
( for your future reference.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Jing Kong, Ph.D. 
CEO & Chief Scientist
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