The event aims to promote interactions between different disciplines of computational and theoretical chemistry.
The EuChemS Walter Thiel Award in computational and theoretical chemistry will be presented this year at the event. It recognizes an outstanding scientific contribution of a young researcher based in a country affiliated to the EuChemS and includes a prize of EUR 1,000, the EuChemS Walter Thiel medal, and an invitation to present an article on the award-winning research in Chemistry – A European Journal.
- Materials Design
- Electronic Structure Theory and Applications
- Artificial Intelligence in Chemical Research
- Biomolecular Systems
- Computational Chemistry in Industrial Research
- Clémence Corminboeuf, EPFL, Switzerland
- Marie-Liesse Doublet, University of Montpellier, France
- William L. Jorgensen, Yale University, USA
- Sílvia Osuna, University of Girona, Spain
- Michele Parinello, Italian Institute of Technology
- Christine Peter, University of Konstanz, Germany
- Edward Pyzer-Knapp, IBM Research-Europe, UK
- Maria João Ramos, University of Porto, Portugal
- Aexandre Tkatchenko, University of Luxembourg