Kenneth Jordan will be honored at the Spring 2019 ACS Meeting with a two-day symposium

  • By Ke Xu
  • 2 October 2018

Kenneth Jordan will be honored for his contributions to Computational and Theoretical Chemistry in a two-day symposium titled "Electron-Molecule & Molecule-Molecule Interactions". The symposium is co-sponsored by the COMP and PHYS divisions of ACS and will be held during the Spring 2019 ACS meeting in Orlando, FL. The symposium will be for two full days from March 31 to April 1, 2019.

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A list of speakers include:
Anouar Benali, Argonne National Laboratory
Ksenia Bravaya, Boston University
Mike Falcetta, Grove City College
Mark Gordon, Iowa State University
Mark Johnson, Yale University
Daniel Lambrecht, University of Pittsburgh
Fred Manby, University of Bristol
Anne McCoy, University of Washington
Martin Head-Gordon, University of California, Berkeley
Teresa Head-Gordon, University of California, Berkeley
Vince Ortiz, Auburn University
Peter Pulay, University of Arkansas
Jean-Philip Piquemal, Sorbonne Universite
Brenda Rubenstein, Brown University
George Shields, Furman University
David Sherrill, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jack Simons, University of Utah
Thomas Sommerfeld, Southeastern Louisiana University
John Stanton, University of Florida
Janice Steckel, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Krzysztof Szalewicz, University of Delaware
Jan Verlet, Durham University
Vamsee Voora, University of California, Riverside
David Wales, University of Cambridge
Tim Zwier, Purdue University

Organizers:​ Revati Kumar, Louisanna State University, Jack Simons, University of Utah, Feng Wang, University of Arkansas