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Date: Wed Jan 10 21:29:12 2024
Subject: 24.10.13 11th Triennial Congress of the International Society for Theoretical Chemical Physics (ISTCP-XI)
The ISTCP-2024 will be held in Qingdao, China from October 13 to 18, 2024. Organized triennially under the auspices of ISTCP, the Congress showcases achievement and advances in theoretical chemical physics, with special emphasis on interactions between experimental and theoretical physical chemistry, chemical physics, materials, and life sciences. The ISTCP-2024 is arranged locally by Qingdao Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences, Shandong University.

The ISTCP-2024 will cover a broad spectrum of topics, including

1.Electronic and nuclear dynamics & statistics
2.Wave function theory for electronic structure 
3.Density functional theory and time-dependent density functional theory for electronic structure
4.Low-order scaling methods for electronic structure 
5.Quantum computing for quantum chemistry 
6.Computational spectroscopy 
7.Computational catalysis 
8.Computational biology 
9.Computational materials 
10.Machine learning and data-driven approaches 
11.Embedding methods for electronic structure
12.Software design and development 
13.Relativistic electronic structure theory of heavy-element chemistry 
14.Auqing Tang, Joe Paldus, and Bogumil Jezioski memorial symposium/Chemical insights

The ISTCP-2024 features 11 plenary lectures, more than 200 invited lectures, and about 1,000 participants. Plenary Speakers include
Clary, David (University of Oxford)
Eisenstein, Odile (Université de Montpellier)
Gagliardi, Laura (University of Chicago)
Gao, Jiali (Shenzhen Bay Laboratory)
Head-Gordon, Martin (University of California, Berkeley)
Krylov, Anna (University of Southern California)
Nakatsuji, Hiroshi (The University of Tokyo)
Sauer, Joachim (Humboldt University)
Schwerdtfeger, Peter (Massey University)
Wu, Yundong (Peking University)
Yang, Weitao (Duke University)

For more details, see the website
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