Yearly Archives 2016

Johannes at the 2016 Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry conference in Seattle

Johannes is currently out in Seattle for the 2016 Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry (TACC) conference. He will give an invited talk titled “A Software ecosystem for the data-driven design of chemical systems and the exploration of chemical space” on Wednesday and Chair a session on “Excited States” on Tuesday.
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Categories: Conferences and News.

Atif, Mojtaba, Yudhajit, and Johannes at the 252nd ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia

Atif, Mojtaba, Yudhajit, and Johannes are heading out to Philadelphia today at the 252nd ACS National Meeting. The group has a busy program with the following events: Sun (Aug 21), 9:30am – 9:45am, Maestro A/DoubleTree: ACS PHYS “Accelerating discovery: Citizen science, big data and machine learning for physical chemistry”, Johannes (session intro talk) Sun (Aug 21), 11:00am – 11:30am, Benton/Sonesta: ACS COMP “ChemLG – A smart and massively parallel molecular library generator”, Atif (talk) Sun (Aug 21), 1:30pm – 2:00pm, Warhol/Sonesta: ACS COMP “A Software ecosystem for the data-driven design of chemical systems and the exploration of chemical space”, Johannes
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Categories: Conferences and News.

Yujie defends her thesis, becomes 2nd MSc of the group

Yujie Tian passed her thesis defense titled “Inheritance of molecular orbital energies from monomer building blocks to larger block-copolymers in organic semiconductors” today and is now the 2nd MSc coming out of the group. Congrats, Yujie! Yujie will stay on with the group until October to finish up some work and plan for her next adventures, so it’s not quite time yet to say goodbye.
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Categories: Milestones, News, and People.

Johannes at the 10th Annual CSTEP Summer Research Symposium

Johannes served (for the third time after 2014 and 2015) as a judge for the 10th Annual Summer Research Poster Symposium of the Collegiate Science & Technology Program (CSTEP) this morning. CSTEP is a grant-funded program sponsored by the New York State Department of Education to support talented underrepresented students pursuing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
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