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Virtual Winter School for Computational Chemistry - 17th February – 20th February 2020

The 6th Virtual Winter School for Computational Chemistry will be held 17th February – 20th February 2020.
NEW this year : Virtual School on Human dimensions of Science (25-26 February 2020) !

Registration is now open and is free for all participants. The conference talks will be held live online using conferencing software. More details and registration information can be found on our website. (

Invited speakers are :

Mercedes Alonso, Free University Brussels, Belgium
Diego Andrada, Saarland University, Germany
Evert Jan Baerends, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Claudia Draxl, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Lars Goerigk, University of Melbourne, Australia
Fedor Goumans, SCM, The Netherlands
Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, Yale University, USA
Trygve Helgaker, University of Oslo, Norway
Neepa Maitra, Rutgers University, Newark, USA
Areski Nait Abdallah, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
Das Pemmaraju, SLAC, Stanford University, UK
Michael Römelt, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
H. Bernhard Schlegel, Wayne State University, USA
Peter Schwerdtfeger, Massey University Auckland, New Zeeland
Gemma C. Solomon, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Anatole von Lilienfeld, Universität Basel, Switzerland

The conference will cover a broad range of topics in computational and theoretical chemistry, including wavefunction-based methods, DFT and various applications. The aim of the Winterschool is to combine tutorial-style lectures with the latest research results and increase the accessibility of scientific research to all scientists, regardless of their situation. There will be an online forum for discussion and the opportunity for early career scientists to present their work in the form of Single Figure Presentations.
This year’s edition of the conference will also feature a workshop on the ADF software ( on 20th February,

Discussion sessions will be planned during the meeting, giving participants a chance to ask and discuss various scientific questions raised during the school.