The 2014 Teach-Discover-Treat Initiative (TDTi) competition resulted in many high quality computational chemistry tutorials submitted across the four challenges. The judging panel selected the top three winners based on the published criteria for scientific content, presentation and clarity, educational benefit, and reproducibility. The winners receive a TDTi Travel Award when presenting their work at the TDTi 2014 Challenge Award symposium at the ACS 2014 Fall meeting in San Francisco, August 10-14, 2014.
for the full 2014 Challenge announcement. All tutorials will be made available for download on this website at the time of the Award symposium. Follow us on Twitter ( twitter.com/TeachDiscoTreat ) for updates on the time and location of the symposium and celebratory social event!
The TDT Steering Committee
Hanneke Jansen, Rommie Amaro, Jane Tseng, Wendy Cornell, Patrick Walters and Emilio Xavier Esposito