Boston meeting next week



Dear CCLers,
 What are the significant breakthroughs in computational chemistry?
 You are invited to attend the Symposium on Emerging Technologies in
 Computational Chemistry, to be held at the ACS National Meeting.
 The symposium will be held on Tuesday afternoon, August 20, 2002,
 in Room 103 of the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Mass.
 Six selected speakers will be competing for a $1000 prize sponsored
 by Schrodinger Inc., www.schrodinger.com
 The talks will be evaluated by a Panel of Experts consisting of:
 Prof. Curt Breneman
 	Department of Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
 Prof. Jeffrey D. Evanseck
 	Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Duquesne University.
 Prof. Amiram Goldblum
 	Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 Dr. Peter S. Shenkin
 	Vice President, Software Development, Schrodinger, Inc., New York.
 Prof. Alexander Tropsha
 	School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina.
 Prof. Ralph A. Wheeler
 	Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oklahoma.
 The selected talks span the areas of quantum chemistry, molecular
 simulations, and molecular design.
 Come to the symposium and find out which speaker wins $1000.
 See you in Boston, Don
 Donald B. Boyd, Ph.D.
 Organizer, ACS Annual Symposium on Emerging Computational Technologies
 Department of Chemistry
 Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
 Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-3274, U.S.A.