NATO ASI Announcement
This announcement is forwarded from Professor G. L. Malli,
malli #*at*# sfu.ca, to whom inquiries should be directed.
NATO ADVANCED STUDY INSTITUTE
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Aug. 10 - 21, 1992
RELATIVISTIC AND ELECTRON CORRELATION EFFECTS IN MOLECULES AND SOLIDS
DIRECTOR: G.L. MALLI, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
ORGANISING COMMITTEE: E.R. Davidson (USA), N.C. Handy (UK),
G.L. Malli (Canada), A. Veillard (France)
OBJECTIVE: The dissemination of currently available advanced
theoretical and computational methodologies for treating relativistic
and electron correlation effects in molecules and solids amongst
the scientists of NATO countries.
I. RELATIVISTIC AND ELECTRON CORRELATION EFFECTS IN MOLECULES
K.G. Dyall (USA), W.C. Ermler (USA), B. Hess (Germany),
G.L. Malli (Canada), W.C. Nieuwpoort (Netherlands)
II. STATE-OF-THE-ART TREATMENT OF ELECTRON CORRELATION IN MOLECULES
E.R. Davidson (USA), M. Dupuis (USA), N.C. Handy (UK),
H.A. Jensen (Denmark), R.P. Messmer (USA), J. Paldus (Canada)
R. Shepard (USA)
III. ELECTRON CORRELATION IN MOLECULES AND CLUSTERS OF TRANSITION
D.R. Salahub (Canada), A. Veillard (France)
IV. UNITARY GROUP AND COUPLED-CLUSTER METHODS FOR ELECTRON
CORRELATION IN MOLECULES
J. Paldus (Canada), R. Shepard (USA)
LANGUAGE: The official language of the Institute will be ENGLISH.
PARTICIPANTS: The Institute is open to post-doctoral fellows,
University faculty members, government or industrial researchers, etc.
Attendance is limited mostly to scientists who are citizens and/or
permanent residents of NATO countries. A few scientists from
Central and Eastern European countries may be permitted to attend
through special permission from NATO.
RESEARCH POSTERS: Participants are encouraged to present posters on
their own research relevant to the theme of the NATO ASI.
ROOM AND BOARD: Lodging will be at the Gage Residence (Dormitory)
Complex of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.,
Canada. Room and Board cost is about Can. $60 per night.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Limited financial support will be available on
a competitive basis to defray part of the expences of participants
from NATO countries and a few scientists from Central and Eastern
APPLICATION: Those wishing to attend should send a letter to the
following latest by March 15, 1992, providing a brief resume
including place and date of birth, citizenship, VISA status, list of
recent publications, and abstract of a poster, relevant to the theme
of this NATO ASI. Please reply preferably via FAX or E-mail.
Prof. G.L. Malli, Director, NATO ASI 910849, Department of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA V5A 1S6.
Telephone: 1-(604)-291-3530; Telex: 043-54614, FAX: 1-(604)-291-3765
E-mail: malli #*at*# sfu.ca
malli #*at*# sfuvax.bitnet