Electronic Structure 2004 Workshop

17th Annual Workshop on Recent Developments in
Electronic Structure Methods

Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, USA

24-26 June, 2005

Optional DFT++ Minicourse (27-28 June)

Announcement

Some of the talks given at the conference are now available through the program link.

The 17th Annual Workshop on Recent Developments in Electronic Structure Methods will be held on the Ithaca campus of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2005. This workshop will bring together active participants in electronic structure theory from universities, colleges, and government and industrial labs around the world.

The workshop will begin with a welcoming reception on the evening of Thursday June 23rd, Thursday. The scientific program will run from Friday morning June 24 until lunchtime on Sunday June 26. There will be a conference banquet on Saturday evening, June 25 in the Statler Hotel on Cornell Campus.

The program will consist of invited oral presentations and contributed posters describing new methods for computing previously inaccessible properties, breakthroughs in computational efficiency and accuracy, and novel applications of these approaches to the study of molecules, liquids, and solids.

There will also be an optional minicourse, taught by Professor Tomás Arias after the workshop. There will be an additional fee of $68 for this, which will cover the extra accommodation but not the extra meals.

Ithaca is served by the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport (10 minute drive away from Cornell Campus -- USAir and Northwest both fly to Ithaca) and Syracuse Hancock International Airport (larger but a 75-minute drive away and possibly involves considerable wait for a shuttle). Please follow the directions link for travel options.

Registration for the ES05 workshop will begin on May 5, 2005. The early registration deadline is June 12. After this deadline the registration fee may go up by $50.

Abstract submission deadline is June 17.


Related Links

Summer School On Computational Materials Science at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne.


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