- The ACS Graduate Student Awards
in Computational Physical Chemistry.
(For more information, see the award guidelines.)
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2012 recipients:
Scott Carmichael (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Santa Barbara) and Matthew Hermes (Department of Chemistry,
University of Illinois). More information about the recipients is found here.
- Take a look at the website of
our "sister" organization, the Theoretical
Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).
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