The Physical, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (PTC) subject division is hosting a series of online seminars in the field of physical, theoretical, and computational chemistry.
Following in the footsteps of the Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays (GIDW), we proposed a similar series focused on Physical, Theoretical, and Computational (PTC) Chemistry. The PTC seminar series aims to bring these chemistry communities together for biweekly seminars from individuals at different career levels, and from academia, government, and industry.
This one-hour seminar is hosted biweekly on Tuesdays at 2:00 pm ET.
- Once you have registered for the symposium series, you will receive a unique link to access the webinar. Please do not distribute this link.
- Registration will be confirmed for upcoming sessions between September 22, 2020 to January 26, 2020. Should the series be extended you will be notified by email.
- Follow @CIC_PTCDivision on twitter for the most up to date information.
Upcoming events & speakers
- Martin Head Gordon
University of California, Berkeley and Chemical Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Nicholas Chilton
University of Manchester
- Alba Cervera-Lierta
University of Toronto
- Patrick Ayotte
- Joonho Lee
Ayotte: “Rotranslational dynamics under confinement and their impact on water’s ortho-para nuclear spin isomer interconversion mechanisms and rates”
Lee: “Challenges in quantum chemistry beyond the electronic ground state”
- Toby Zeng
- Heide Ibrahim
Institut national de la recherche scientifique
Ilbrahim: “A molecular road movie – capturing roaming fragments in real time“
- Iwan Moreels
- Joshua Hollet
University of Winnipeg
Hollet: “Correlated electron motion: much to learn, much to gain”
Moreels: “Materials design of 2D colloidal nanocrystals: toward highly fluorescent emitters across the visible spectrum.”
- Bess Vlaisavljevich
University of South Dakota
- Mathieu Frenette
Université du Québec à Montréal
Vlaisavljevich: “Electronic structure and oxidation state in copper catalysts”
Frenette: Exploring reactive intermediates in (photo)redox chemistry
The seminars are intended to represent the full diversity of the physical, theoretical, and computational chemistry community. This includes gender, ethnicity, location, type of institution, and career stage. Participants are encouraged to contact the organizers to address concerns about ways in which underrepresented groups are excluded or if accommodations are required.
All participants are required to treat each other and the speakers respectfully. This includes during the seminars, on the mailing list, and on the slack channel. Rude or inappropriate language will not be tolerated.
At the discretion of the speaker, some seminars will be recorded by the CSC and will be available for a period of time after the seminar. No other recordings or screenshots should be made of the seminars unless explicit permission is given by the speaker.