|CCL 16.12.12 Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry - Current Trends in Electronic Structure Theory Methods, Helsinki, Finland|
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Date: Mon Nov 21 04:31:47 2016
Subject: 16.12.12 Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry - Current Trends in Electronic Structure Theory Methods, Helsinki, Finland
It is soon time again for the annual Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry, traditionally held at the University of Helsinki, Finland, this year between December 12 and 15. The topic of the year 2016 is Current Trends in Electronic Structure Theory Methods. Participants are kindly asked to register by December 4th. For full information, see the home page of the school: http://www.chem.helsinki.fi/~sundholm/winterschool/program_2016.html Speakers: Martin Head-Gordon (Berkeley, USA) Joerg Kussmann (LMU, Germany) Susi Lehtola (Berkeley, USA) Jeppe Olsen (Aarhus, Denmark) Pauli Parkkinen (Helsinki, Finland) Katarzyna Pernal (Lodz, Poland) Markus Reiher (ETH, Switzerland) Dominika Zgid (Michigan, USA) With kind regards, Dage Sundholm (Helsinki, Finland) Mikael Johansson (Helsinki, Finland)NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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