The ACS fall meeting 2017 is held August 20-24 in Washington, DC. Come to booth 1110 at the expo to see ADF in action and discuss how ADF can aid your research projects!
This is also your chance to talk to the first author of the recent Chem Eur J. cover article discussing how steric repulsion determines hydrogen bonding.
Go and see Célia Fonseca Guerra’s grad student Stephanie talk at the symposium honoring Nobel laureate (and long-term ADF adept) Roald Hoffmann on Mon, 3.30pm in room 152B. Or try to catch her during the expo hours at the SCM booth, where she will be helping out Fedor from time to time.
Also worthwhile to see: ADF developer Lasse Jensen will be honored with a symposium on Raman spectroscopy for his early career award in theoretical chemistry by the PHYS department on Sunday (Room 151B).
Send us an email if you want a free expo only pass!