ICCMMS 2019

3rd Israeli Conference on Computational Modeling of Molecules and Solids
Monday July 8th 2019, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel









Supported by:


Contact Daria Chobot (makovgroup@post.bgu.ac.il)


Organizers

Guy Makov (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)

Maytal Caspary Toroker (Technion, Israel)

Amir Natan (Tel Aviv, University, Israel)

Oswaldo Diéguez (Tel Aviv University, Israel)



Workshop Description

This is the third of a series of Conferences on the computational modeling of solids and molecules (the first one took place in 2015 at Techion, the second one took place in 2017 at TAU). The Conference aims at gathering the Israeli community of computational modeling with interests such as:

  • Computational Quantum Chemistry.
  • Electronic Structure Methods.
  • Molecular Dynamics and atomistic methods.



Participants

Invited Speakers (in alphabetical order):

  • Yaron Amouyal, Technion
  • Yinon Ashkenasy, Hebrew University
  • Guy Cohen, Tel-Aviv University
  • Eli Kraisler, Hebrew University
  • Sivan Refaely-Abramson, Weizmann Institute
  • Tamar Stein, Hebrew University
Contributed talks (in alphabetical order):
  • Gabriela Ben-Melech, Technion
  • Daniela Kartoon, Ben-Gurion University
  • Inbal Oz, Tel-Aviv University
  • Ephrath Solel Moroshko, Ben-Gurion University  
  • Polina Tereshchuk, Tel-Aviv University
  • Dahvyd Wing, Weizmann Institute 




Program

Programme



Registration

Waiving of registration fees requires registration in advance. There will be an on-site registration fee for those that did not register in advance:


Online Registration (till June 30) Late/On-site Registration 
Students/Post-Docs Free  200 NIS
Faculty  Free 200 NIS
Invited speakers
 Free -

Please fill the online registration form here.



Venue

The workshop will be held at Ben-Gurion University in the Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology, building number 51.

An interactive map of the campus can be found here.

Building 51 is easily accessible from Be'er Sheva-North/University train station: the first building on the right when entering BGU campus from Mexico Gate (bridge from the train station).


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