The Computational Chemistry List (CCL) is dedicated to fostering communication within the world-wide community of researchers involved in chemistry-focused computation.
To achieve this ambitious goal, CCL has, from its birth in January 1991, provided an electronic forum for computational chemists to:
Within the past few years, driven by user needs and only made possible by increases in funding, CCL has expanded its original mission to include providing users with a repository of computational chemistry research aids.
To this end, a website was created to house these archives which range from documents that explain a particular area of computational chemistry to free software tools. Learn more about CCL by visiting our CCL Timeline Page. We also provide general information about our audience.