Workshop Details
Telluride School on Theoretical Chemistry (Students Only)
07/10/2011 - 07/16/2011
Meeting Description:

The field of theoretical and computational chemistry has traditionally been a key component within physical chemistry and chemical physics. More recently, theoretical chemistry has begun to assume important roles in biological chemistry and materials science as well. Most experimental scientists working in these disciplines have not had the background necessary to gain a working knowledge of theory as it is used in their research disciplines. Because many of them want to make use of theory to interpret their data and to guide their research, they constitute one component of the student body for the proposed Schools. In addition, many faculty members who teach undergraduate chemistry, biology, and materials science classes want to incorporate computer modeling into the classroom. The Schools would offer them an efficient route for learning the theoretical and computational background needed to do so. Most imporantly, the Ph. D. and postdoctoral students entering theoretical and computational chemistry can also benefit. Most of these young people�s doctoral and postdoctoral work has focused on only a sub-set of theory�s main areas (electronic structure, dynamics, statistical mechanics, molecular modeling). Especially if they pursue an academic career, they will be expected to teach classes in a wider range of theoretical topics. Moreover, their research careers are likely to evolve in directions that will require them to become proficient in areas other than where their doctoral and postdoctoral work focused. These Schools offer them an excellent chance to broaden their knowledge and skill sets at an early career stage.

Each TSTC School will involve approximately six to eight hours of lectures on electronic structure theory, dynamics, and statistical mechanics as well as one topical subject that will change from School to School. Poster sessions for participants to describe their interests, outdoor recreation, and problem solving sessions will also be held.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81435

Telluride School on Theoretical Chemistry (Students Only) Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Anderson, Kevin University of Texas at Austin Department of Chemis
Brown, Etienne University of Houston
Carr, Joshua University of Wisconsin at Madison
Craciun, Raluca St Jude Children Research Hospital
Deckman, Jason UC Irvine
Dzubak, Allison University of Minnesota
Guidez, Emilie Kansas State University
Hagy, Matthew Georgia Tech - Chemistry
Han, Aijie University of Texas-Pan American
Hill, Adam U.C. Berkeley
Huo, Pengfei Boston University
Isseroff, Leah Princeton University
Jain, Amber UW Madison
Kahros, Argyris UCLA
Karalti, Ozan U. of Pittsburgh
Khokhlova, Svetlana Weizmann Institute of Science
Lange, Adrian Ohio State University
Leiding, Jeff University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Long, Rebecca University of Texas at Austin Chem and Biochem Dep
Ma, Lifang University of Maryland
Madison, Lindsey Chemistry Dept., Northwestern University
Nikulina, Yelena University of Toronto
Petit, Andrew The Ohio State University
Roy, Mahua University of California,Irvine
Shen, Young Boston University
Sherman, Mary University of Notre Dame
Talapatra, Surma University of Michigan
, Carlos M. University of Puerto Rico
Vlaisavljevich, Bess University of Minnesota
Weber, Rebecca Univ. Of North Texas
Yu, Kuang UW, Madison
Zhang, Ping Boston University Chemistry Dept

Telluride Science Research Center
Post Office Box 2429, Telluride CO 81435
Tel: + 970.708.4426
Email: info@telluridescience.org
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