Emory Undergraduate Research Program
UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
In Computational Chemistry & Physics
June 9-August 15, 1997
Cherry L. Emerson Center For Scientific Computation
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Provide intensive research training in computational chemistry/physics including
structures, molecular dynamics and modeling; gain experience using an IBM SP2
supercomputer and IBM RS6000 workstations; all of which, will enhance the
career development in computational chemistry and physics.
Fellows will pursue individual research projects under the direction of faculty
associated with the Center. Lectures, seminars by faculty, and student seminars
supplement the research program.
Completion of junior undergraduate year with a major in chemistry or physics.
used in determining fellowship will include college grades, relevant experience
and letters of recommendation from faculty members.
SPECIAL FOR THIS YEAR
This summer will be exceptional, in that, the 9th International Congress of
Chemistry, the most important international conference in quantum chemistry,
will be held
at the Emory Conference Center from June 9-14, 1997. The first week of the
undergraduate program will be devoted to attending the Congress and getting
with the frontiers in computational chemistry.
March 31, 1997
$3500/10 week program. Up to $300 towards travel expenses is available upon
Double room occupancy is available for approx. $15/night and would be deducted
More details of the Emerson Center and the Undergraduate Summer Research
Program in Computational Chemistry & Physics can be found at our web site:
1. Go to the web site above and get the necessary information and forms,
2. or contact:
Professor Keiji Morokuma, Director
Cherry L. Emerson Center for Scientific Computation
1515 Pierce Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
Phone: (404) 727-2380
Fax: (404) 727-6586
E-mail: clec $#at#$ euch3g.chem.emory.edu
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