Twenty-Second International Workshop on
Quantum Systems in Chemistry, Physics and Biology (QSCP-XXII)
October 16-24, 2017
Hunan Province, P.R. China


About QSCP-XXII

This workshop, like the previous QSCP meetings, will bring together chemists and physicists interested in quantum systems in molecular, nano and material sciences. Quantum biochemists and biophysicists are also welcome. Emphasis will be on relativistic quantum theory, many-body methodology, innovative conceptualization, computational realization, and novel applications.

The Workshop will include sessions on:

  • Concepts and Methods in Quantum Chemistry (CMQC)
  • Relativistic Effects in Quantum Chemistry (REQC)
  • Molecular Structure, Dynamics, and Spectroscopy (MSDS)
  • Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields (AMSF)
  • Particles and Plasmas in Physics and Chemistry (PPPC)
  • Reactive Collisions, Chemical Reactions, and Catalysis (RCCR)
  • Complexes and Clusters; Surfaces and Interfaces (CCSI)
  • Molecular and Nano Materials, Electronics and Biology (MNEB)
  • Computational Chemistry, Physics and Biology (CCPB)
  • NEW! Quantum Effects and Applications (QEA)

Important Deadlines

  • Deadline 1: 2017/04/30 Early bird registration - see below.
  • Deadline 2: 2017/08/01 Late registration - see below.

Mark up your calendars!


QSCP2017 will be hosted by the College of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, the Key Laboratory of Low-Dimensional Quantum Structures and Quantum Control of the Ministry of Education and the Synergetic Innovation Center for Quantum Effects and Applications (SICQEA), Hunan Normal University.



QSCP-2017 will be located in Changsha, capital city of Hunan Province. We have arranged an optional tourist visit (both transport to and from the site, and hotel) to Zhangjiajie for all delegates who wish to go, starting on October 22nd 2017.

Information

Hunan Normal University

Chair: Professor Samantha Jenkins, Director of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry(Hunan, China)
BEACON Research Group
College of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
Synergetic Innovation Center for Quantum Effects and Applications (SICQEA)
Hunan Normal University, 36 Lushan Lu, Yuelu Qu
CHANGSHA 410081, Hunan, P.R. CHINA.
qscp@qscp2017.org ; samanthajsuman@gmail.com
Co-Chair: Professor Steven R. Kirk (Hunan, China)

Co-Chair: Professor Leman Kuang (匡乐满),(Hunan, China), Key Laboratory of Low-Dimensional Quantum Structures and Quantum Control of Ministry of Education, Synergetic Innovation Center for Quantum Effects and Applications (SICQEA), Hunan Normal University, Changsha 410081, China.

lmkuang@hunnu.edu.cn

Co-Chair: Professor Gang Ouyang,(Hunan, China), College of Physics and Information Science, Key Laboratory of Low-Dimensional Quantum Structures and Quantum Control of Ministry of Education, Synergetic Innovation Center for Quantum Effects and Applications (SICQEA), Hunan Normal University, Changsha 410081, China.

gangouy@hunnu.edu.cn
Associated Chair: Professor Jean Maruani (Paris, France)

Abstract submissions and Proceedings

Abstracts for conference presentations, conference posters and the Proceedings (to be published, as usual) are cordially invited, and will be subject to peer review by academic scientists designated by the QSCP Scientific Committee.

Poster Prizes

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP)

Prizes for student posters at QSCP-XXII will be sponsored by Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP), a journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.


Program

Program will appear here

List of Attendees


Keynote Speakers

  • Angela K. Wilson (Michigan, USA)
  • Weitao Yang (North Carolina, USA)
  • Rudolph A. Marcus (California, USA)
  • Paul W. Ayers (Hamilton, Canada)
  • Andreas Savin (Paris, France)
  • Paul L.A. Popelier (Manchester, UK)
  • Martin Quack (Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Alia Tadjer (Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • Oleg Vasyutinskii (St. Petersburg, Russia)
  • Debashis Mukherjee (Calcutta, India)
  • Nimrod Moiseyev (Haifa, Israel)
  • Chao-Ping Hsu (Taipei, Taiwan)
  • Akitomo Tachibana (Kyoto, Japan)
  • Kwang S. Kim (Ulsan, South Korea)
  • Wenjian Liu (Beijing, China)
  • Marco A.C. Nascimento (Rio de Janeiro,Brazil)

Invited Speakers

  • Michael Filatov, China
  • Eric Suraud, France
  • Peter Gill, Australia
  • Massimo Olivucci, Italy
  • Wesley Browne, Holland
  • Tanja van Mourik, UK
  • Herbert Fruchtl, UK
  • Michael Bearpark, UK
  • David Mendive-Tapia, France
  • Denis Jacquemin, France
  • Nadine Halberstadt, France
  • Utpal Sarkar, Belgium
  • Patrick Bultinck, Belgium
  • Toon Verstraelen, Belgium
  • Dimitri Van Neck, Belgium
  • Stijn De Baerdemacker, Belgium
  • Lluis Blancafort, Spain
  • Zygmunt Flisak, Poland
  • Cina Foroutan Nejad, Czech Republic
  • Junia Melin, USA
  • Mark Eberhart, USA
  • Artem Oganov, USA
  • Chris H. Greene, USA
  • Louis Massa, USA
  • Shubin Liu, USA
  • Cherif Matta, Canada
  • Paul Johnson, Canada
  • Artur Izmaylov, Canada
  • Varinia Bernales, Canada
  • Kazuhide Ichikawa, Japan
  • Yasuteru Shigeta, Japan
  • Sergei Manzhos, Singapore
  • Sol Milena Meje Chica, Colombia
  • Carlos Cardenas, Chile
  • Esteban Vohringer-Martinez, Mexico
  • Juan Ignacio Rodriguez Hernandez, India
  • Shridhar Gadre, India
  • Kati Finzel, Sweden
  • Hadieh Monajemi, Malaysia
  • James Anderson, Japan
  • Rebecca Weber, USA
  • Sarah Rauscher, Germany
  • Weihai Fang, China
  • De-Cai Fang, China
  • Jinlong Yang, China
  • Jun Li, China
  • Xin Xu, China
  • Yiqin Gao, China
  • Wei Wu, China
  • Zhipan Liu, China
  • Donghui Zhang, China
  • Peijun Hu, China
  • Wanzhen Liang, China
  • Chengbu Liu, China
  • Yuxiang Bu, China
  • Guohui Li, China
  • Jijun Zhao, China
  • Qingchuan Zheng, China
  • Hongxing Zhang, China
  • Jing Ma, China
  • Daiqian Xie, China
  • Xiangyuan Li, China
  • Zhongzhi Yang, China
  • Keli Han, China
  • Ming Lei, China
  • Weixue Li China
  • Hong Jiang, China
  • Yajun Liu, China
  • Ganglong Cui, China
  • Yi Zhao, China
  • Xiao Zheng, China
  • Yibo Lei, China
  • Minghui Yang, China
  • Rongzhen Liao, China
  • Fenglong Gu, China
  • Ruibo Wu, China
  • Jian Liu, China
  • Yuchen Ma, China
  • Jinglai Zhang, China
  • Yingkai Zhang, China
  • Zenghui Zhang, China
  • Xinzheng Yang, China
  • Ruiqin Zhang, China
  • Xuhui Huang, China
  • Guanhua Chen, China
  • Shengxian Lin, Taiwan
  • Zhenglong Chen, Taiwan
  • Jyh-Chiang Jiang, Taiwan
  • Biyao Jin, Taiwan
  • Bochang Wang, Taiwan
  • Yuanzhong Zheng, Taiwan
  • Zhelai Guo, Taiwan
  • Zhiwei Zhu, Taiwan
  • Kairen Gaoqiao, Taiwan
  • Chunwei Bao, Taiwan
  • Xiaoqing Yang, Taiwan
  • Jeng-Da Chai, Taiwan
  • Chaoyuan Zhu, Taiwan
  • Dayan Yang, Taiwan
  • Jinming Wei, Taiwan
  • Shiyi Xu, Taiwan
  • Rongxin Lin, Taiwan
  • Shiyi Lv, Taiwan
  • Yingjie Sun, Taiwan
  • Kaito Takahashi, Taiwan
  • Jer-Lai Kuo, Taiwan
  • Yuan-Chung Cheng, Taiwan
  • Birgitta Whaley, USA
  • Charles Weatherford, USA
  • Allen Wesley, USA
  • Neepa Tatyana Maitra, USA
  • Eric Bittner, USA
  • Daniel Crawford, USA
  • Garnet Chan, USA
  • David Mazziotti, USA
  • Oleg Prezhdo, USA
  • Adam Wasserman, USA
  • Jhih-Wei Chu, USA
  • Eva Zurek, USA
  • Anthony Whitehead, Canada
  • Paul W. Ayers, Canada
  • Yan Alexander Wang, Canada
  • Alexander Motovilov, Russia
  • Valentin Nesterenko, Russia
  • Elena Sheka, Russia
  • Boris Plakhutin, Russia
  • Andrei Tokmachev, Russia
  • Galina Kashenock, Russia
  • Alexander Glushkov, Ukraine
  • Andriy Loboda, Ukraine
  • Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Japan
  • Kimohiro Hirao, Japan
  • Masahiro Ehara, Japan
  • Jun-ya Hasegawa, Japan
  • Ilya Kaplan, Mexico
  • Alejandro Toro-Labbe, Chile
  • Markus Pernpointner, Germany
  • Nikolai Kryzhevoi, Germany
  • Philipp Demekhin, Germany
  • Shachar Klaiman, Germany
  • Marcin Hoffmann, Poland
  • Vitali Averbukh, UK
  • Stephen Wilson, UK
  • Hans Agren, Sweden
  • Per Siegbahn, Sweden
  • Erkki J.Brandas, Sweden
  • Marcus Lundberg, Sweden
  • Cleanthes Nicolaides, Greece
  • Ioannis Kerkines, Greece
  • Gerardo Delgado-Barrio, Spain
  • Luis Serrano-Andres, Spain
  • Luis Frutos, Spain
  • Alexander Kuleff, Bulgaria
  • Agnes Nagy, Hungary
  • Agnes Szabados, Hungary
  • Francoise Remacle, Belgium
  • Nicolas Chamel, Belgium
  • Dimitri Van Neck, Belgium
  • Ria Broer, Holland
  • Jan-Evert Baerends, Holland
  • Lucas Visscher, Holland
  • David Avnir, Israel
  • Ilya Averbuch, Israel
  • Uri Peskin, Israel
  • Edvardas Narevicius, Israel
  • Stephane Carniato, France
  • Nathalie Capron, France
  • Alain Dubois, France
  • Francis Sanchez, France
  • Eric Suraud, France
  • Jean Maruani, France
  • Richard Taieb, France
  • Majdi Hochlaf, France
  • Jeremie Caillat, France
  • Roy McWeeny, Italy
  • Robert Vianello, Croatia
  • Su Yi, China
  • Xiaoguang Wang, China
  • Libin Fu, China
  • Qiang Zhao, China
  • Xinhua Peng, China
  • Chaohong Li, China
  • Xiongjun Liu, China
  • Youwen Long, China
  • Xingqiu Chen, China

Previous QSCP Meetings

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International Scientific Committee

  • Jean Maruani (Paris, France), Chair
  • Erkki J. Brändas (Uppsala, Sweden)
  • Gerardo Delgado-Barrio (Madrid, Spain)
  • Chao-Ping Hsu (Taipei, Taiwan)
  • Samantha Jenkins (Hunan, China)
  • Steven R. Kirk (Hunan, China)
  • Souad Lahmar (Carthage, Tunisia)
  • Liliana Mammino (Venda, South Africa)
  • M.A.C. Nascimento (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Boris Plakhutin (Novosibirsk, Russia)
  • Alia Tadjer (Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • Weitao Yang (Duke, USA)
  • Yan A. Wang (Vancouver, Canada)
  • Angela Wilson (Michigan, USA)
  • Stephen Wilson (Oxford, UK)

Honorary Committee

  • Roy McWeeny (Pisa, Italy)
  • Hiroshi Nakatsuji (Kyoto, Japan)
  • Oleg Vasyutinskii (St Petersburg, Russia)

Local Organizing Committee

  • Samantha Jenkins (Changsha)
  • Steven R. Kirk (Changsha)
  • Jianxin Song(Changsha)
  • Gang Ouyang(Changsha)
  • Xianhui Zhong(Changsha)
  • Tianlu Xu (Changsha)
  • Dongsheng Tang(Changsha)
  • Aqiong Liao [Aileena] (Changsha)
  • Chenhui Liu [Amy] (Changsha)
  • Chunying Rong (Changsha)
  • Ghuanghui Zhou (Changsha)


CMOA Prize

As during most QSCP workshops since Sofia (Bulgaria), and also at the ICTCP-IV Congress in Marly-le-Roi (France), there will be an AWARD CEREMONY for the CMOA Promising Scientist Prize at the Banquet Dinner of QSCP-XXII. If you wish to APPLY or NOMINATE a young scientist please consult our web site: http://www.lcpmr.upmc.fr/prize.html and send your application or nomination before TBA to Professor Samantha Jenkins, Chair of QSCP-XXII (samanthajsuman@gmail.com), with copies to Pr Jean Maruani, President of CMOA (qscp.etal@gmail.com), and Pr Erkki Brändas, Chair of the Selection Committee (erkki.brandas@kemi.uu.se).

Registration

NOTE: IF YOU WISH TO REGISTER FOR QSCP-2017 ONLY, PLEASE SPECIFY THIS IN YOUR REGISTRATION!

Medical, accident and liability insurance is not included in the registration fees. QSCP participants should make sure that they are fully insured from their own home institution. Participants who would need an invitation letter for visa application or other purposes should contact the Organizing Committee.

Registration fees for QSCP-2017

All prices in the table below are shown in US dollars. Data current as of 2017/04/01.
Registration periodEarly (Before 2017/04/30)StandardLate (After 2017/08/01)
Regular500540585
Students/Postdocs335365390
Keynote Speakers400450500
Committee Members415415415
Accompanying Persons125125125
Local Students/Postdocs165165165


Travel


PLEASE NOTE: We intend to arrange for delegates to be met at railway stations and the airport, and accompanied to these travel hubs when leaving Changsha. Please make sure that you have sent your arrival and departure details to Professor Jenkins.

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  • Accommodation:

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    Hotel exterior
    Hotel location
    Hotel buffet area
    Hotel exterior
    Hotel buffet area

    Additional Maps


    Location in China


    Hunan Province


    Changsha


    Below is a clickable Google map of the important locations for QSCP2017 in Changsha.

    QSCP2017 Changsha Map

    Activities

    During the conference, we will arrange a trip to the World Heritage site at Zhangjiajie. Participation in this trip is entirely voluntary.