Division of Physical Chemistry: Call for Abstracts

Submission Deadline: Monday, October 11, 2021

Program Chair(s): Christy Landes

Note: Submission deadlines are at 11:59 EST on the day posted. Symposia, organizers and deadlines are subject to change. Last updated October 17, 2021.

Title    Type    Submission Type Organizer Cosponsor Description
Biophysical and Biochemical Dynamics and Diffusion Oral Contributed
    This symposium will address the latest advances in application and development in molecular and Brow...
    Division of Physical Chemistry Awards Symposium Oral Invited
      Division of Physical Chemistry General Poster Session Poster Contributed
        Energy and Charge Transfer at Nanoscale Interfaces Oral Contributed
          Understanding the fundamental factors that guide energy and charge transfer at nanoscale interfaces ...
          Mediation of Biological Processes by Membranes in Space, Time, and Force Oral Contributed
            Many clinically relevant biochemical processes, including most signal transduction, occur on membran...
            Multiscale Chemistry and Dynamics at Surfaces and Interfaces Oral Contributed
              The chemistry of surfaces and interfaces underpins critical processes in diverse fields of chemistry...
              New Developments in Hybrid QM/QM, QM/MM, and Fragmentation Methods Oral Contributed
                Modern quantum mechanical (QM) methods can provide accurate predictions of chemical phenomena, in pr...
                New Quantum Solutions for Quantum Systems and Devices Oral Contributed
                  The third quantum revolution has now arrived and it is important to ensure the availability of compu...
                  Opportunities and Challenges in Ultrafast X-ray Science in Chemistry: Theory and Experiment Oral Contributed
                    Ultrafast X-ray pulses have been increasingly utilized in recent years for interrogating electronic ...
                    Polariton Chemistry: Molecules in Optical Cavities Oral Contributed
                      Strong coupling of spatially confined photons to the electronic and vibrational transitions of molec...
                      The Synergy of Theory and Experiment: A Symposium in Honor of Prof. John F. Stanton Oral Contributed
                        John F. Stanton, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Chemistry at the University of Florida’s Qu...