|CCL 19.06.01 International Symposium on Quantum Effects in Chemistry and Biology, Shanghai, China|
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Date: Thu Mar 28 05:55:31 2019
Subject: 19.06.01 International Symposium on Quantum Effects in Chemistry and Biology, Shanghai, China
June 1-3, 2019, Shanghai, China Quantum mechanical effects, e.g., zero-point energy, tunneling, delocalization of nuclei, and quantization of molecular degrees of freedom, play a crucial role in chemical and biological systems. This is becoming increasingly recognized owing to recent theoretical developments that have greatly expanded the size and complexity of systems amenable to rigorous quantum treatment, and new experimental methods capable of probing the fingerprints of quantum effects with unprecedented spatial, energy, and temporal resolution. The influence of quantum mechanics is ubiquitous and far reaching, both in the gas phase and condensed matter, governing the electronic structure, and thereby potential energy surfaces, of a system, as well as the distribution and dynamics of nuclei, with biological relevance in enzyme reactions, and technological importance in energy conversion and storage materials, among many other examples. The primary goal of the International Symposium on Quantum Effects in Chemistry and Biology is to provide a platform for scientific exchange and collaboration between leading international scholars working on the frontiers of this vibrant and rapidly evolving field, and thus help advance cutting-edge research in an emerging scientific area that critically impacts society. The symposium will also provide an excellent learning experience for attending young scholars and graduate students. The Symposium is sponsored by the NYU-ECNU Center for Computational Chemistry at NYU Shanghai. For further details of the conference, and to register, please follow this link: https://www.computational-chemistry-workshop.org/ Confirmed list of speakers: Zlatko Bacic | New York University, USA Irene Burghardt | Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Tucker Carrington Jr. | Queenâs University, Canada David Coker | Boston University, USA Peter Felker | University of California, Los Angeles, USA William Glover | NYU Shanghai, China Amber Jain | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India Bin Jiang | University of Science and Technology of China, China Meredith Jordan | The University of Sydney, Australia Zhenggang Lan | South China Normal University, China Jian Liu | Peking University, China Thomas Markland | Stanford University, USA Todd Martinez | Stanford University, USA Tom Miller | California Institute of Technology, USA Bill Poirier | Texas Tech University, USA Eli Pollak | Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Pierre-Nicholas Roy | University of Waterloo, Canada Dmitry Shalashilin | Leeds University, UK Jiushu Shao | Beijing Normal University, China Ned Sibert | University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Joseph Subotnik | University of Pennsylvania, USA Xiang Sun | NYU Shanghai, China Kazuo Takatsuka | Kyoto University, Japan Toshiyuki Takayanagi | Saitama University, Japan Mark Tuckerman | New York University, USA Daiqian Xie | Nanjing University, China Yijing Yan | University of Science and Technology of China, China Dong Hui Zhang | Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, ChinaNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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