Program committee: James Kindt, Joel Bowman, Keiji Morokuma
You are invited to join us for the 35th annual SETCA conference at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, May 19 (all day) and Saturday, May 20 (morning only). This meeting has been a great opportunity for researchers and students from throughout the region interested in all aspects of theoretical and computational chemistry – from quantum chemistry, to polymers and colloid simulation, to biomolecular modeling – to learn about one another's work and exchange ideas. We hope to see you at Emory this year in May!
Program will include:
Prof. Stuart Allison, Georgia State University
"Modeling the electrophoretic mobility of peptides and proteins in aqueous solution."
Prof. Jean-Luc BrŽdas, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Charge and energy transport in organic semiconductors."
Prof. Brian Dominy, Clemson University
"Evolution and its impact on macromolecular energetics and dynamics."
Prof. Rig Hernandez, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Diffusion in swelling/contracting/rotating colloidal suspensions."
Prof. Kennie Merz, University of Florida
"The role of quantum mechanics in structure-based drug design."
Prof. Hugh Nymeyer, Florida State University
"A molecular view of peptide-membrane interactions."
Prof. David Sherrill, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Hybrid methods in quantum chemistry."
Prof. Yongmei Wang, University of Memphis
"Polymer adsorption in nanoscale pores."
Contributed talks and poster session, with prizes for best student posters.
Registration / on-campus housing reservation:
$65 per person, includes 3 meals on Friday and breakfast Saturday. To register, complete and e-mail this form (MS Word format) to setca2006 @ euch4e.chem.emory.edu by May 1. On-campus housing is limited, so please register early.
Abstract submission: To submit an abstract for a poster or contributed talk, please complete and e-mail this form (MS Word format) to setca2006 @ euch4e.chem.emory.edu by April 19. (abstract submission is closed)
On-campus: dormitory space will be available at $22 ($30) per person per night for double (single) occupancy. To reserve a dormitory room, mark the appropriate place on the registration form. (note – new dorm housing reservations can no longer be accepted.)
Off-campus: Discount rates have been obtained from the Emory Conference Center Hotel ($160/night, single or double) and Emory Inn ($110/night, single or double). Call 800-93-EMORY to check for availability and ask for the Southeast Theoretical Chemists Association Conference rate. www.emoryconferencecenter.com
Also nearby is the University Inn, www.univinn.com.
Questions? Problems with the form formats? E-mail to setca2006 @ euch4e.chem.emory.edu.