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New Horizons in Scientific Software: from Legacy Codes to Modular Environments

It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the web conference taking place from Nov 23 to Nov 26, 2020. This is the first conference in a series dedicated to the development and application of modular computational platform for the general science and technology community. As the old-fashioned approach to developing and maintaining computational programs becomes obsolete, an emerging concept of software modularity offers an elegant and timely solution of the looming problems by providing an open development ecosystem where new computational approaches can be rapidly created from modules uploaded at the web repository by the interested users and developers.

We have more than 20 world renowned speakers such as Prof. Mark Gordon (ISU), T. Daniel Crawford (Virginia Tech.), Massimo Olivucci (University of Siena), Garnet Chan (Caltech) and others, who are actively developing the most popular quantum mechanical softwares, such as GAMESS, Psi4, pySCF, Molcas, Columbus, Newton-X, DCDFTBMD, Gellan, Libint, etc.

A free registration is now open.  

With the best regards,

Cheol Ho Choi

Department of Chemistry, Kyungpook National University, South Korea
http://qchem.knu.ac.kr, Email: [email protected] With the organizing committee of

Dr. Jeong Hyeon Seo at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) https://www.kisti.re.kr  Email: [email protected]

Prof. Michael Filatov at the Department of Chemistry, Kyungpook National University, South Korea Email: [email protected]

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