CCL: Conference: Quantum International Frontiers October 17-21,2018 Changsha, China



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 ######## Quantum International Frontiers 2018 ########
 ########          October 17-21,2018          ########
 ######## Changsha, Hunan Province, P.R. China ########
 WEBSITE: https://www.quantum-int.org/2018/
 Quantum International Frontiers 2018 will include sessions on:
 *    Quantum Modelling for Energy Conversion and Storage
 *    Relativistic Effects for Quantum Chemistry
 *    Spectroscopy, Molecular Structure and Dynamics
 *    Plasmas and Particles in Chemistry and Physics
 *    Catalysis, Reactive Collisions and Chemical Reactions
 *    Surfaces and Interfaces of Complexes and Clusters
 *    Molecular and Nano-materials for Electronics
 *    Quantum Effects and Applications
 *    Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields
 *    Developments in Theoretical Concepts in Quantum Chemistry
 Traditional and non-traditional lecture formats will be implemented in
 this conference (details below).
 Current list of lecturers and lecture titles
 (check the website frequently for updates!)
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 * Standard lecture: 30 minutes (25 minutes talk, 5 minutes for questions)
     # Lucas Visscher: Implementation and Applications of Relativistic
                       Coupled Cluster Theory.
 * Pedagogical lecture: 45 minutes: The lecture material (PPTs, PDF) must
   be at a level suitable for final year undergraduate students and the
   audience may interrupt the speakers. There should be no jargon or
   unexplained acronyms. Limited numbers of slots available.
     # Martin Quack: Fundamental Symmetries and their Violations in
                     Molecular Quantum Physics.
     # Debashis Mukherjee: to be decided.
     # Marco Nascimento: The Consequences of Neglecting Permutation
                         Symmetry in the Description of Many-Electron
                         Systems.
     # Erkki Brandas: Complex Scaling Method - Interpretations, Theory
                      and Results.
 * Frontier lecture: 60 minutes: 30 minutes invited talk immediately
   followed by 30 minutes of audience discussion. The lecture material
   should be of a pedagogic level and submitted by August 1st 2018 for
   distribution to the Q.I. Frontiers audience. Limited numbers of slots
   available.
     # Paul Ayers: New Flexible Wavefunction Forms for Quantum Chemistry
                   and Physics.
     # Akitomo Tachibana: Quantum Mechanics: 100 Years of Mystery Solved!
     # Piotr Piecuch: New Paradigm in Quantum Chemistry: Accurate
                      Electronic Energies by a Combination of Stochastic
                      Wave Function Sampling and Deterministic
                      Coupled-Cluster Computations.
     # Xiong-Jun Liu: Dynamical Classification of Topological
                      Quantum Phases.
 Important Deadlines
     Deadline 1: 2018/04/30 Early bird registration - see website.
     Deadline 2: 2018/08/01 Late registration - see website.
 WEBSITE: https://www.quantum-int.org/2018/