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CHEMICAL COMPUTING GROUP ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE CCG EXCELLENCE AWARDS FOR THE SPRING 2015 ACS NATIONAL MEETING

MONTREAL, Canada, February 18, 2015

Chemical Computing Group (CCG) and the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Division of Computers in Chemistry (COMP) congratulate the winners of the CCG Excellence Awards for the Spring 2015 ACS National Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

The award winners’ research will be recognized at the award presentation ceremony during the COMP Division Poster Session on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Each winner will receive an award certificate, a one-year MOE (Molecular Operating Environment) software license for the winners’ research group, as well as financial support to cover their travel costs to Denver.

The winners are:

  • Feizhi Ding, University of Washington Seattle, Washington and University of Pisa Dept of Chemistry, Pisa, Italy
    Time-dependent nonequilibrium dynamics in QM/continuum approaches
  • Heather Wiebe, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada and Chemistry, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
    MD-generated volume profiles as a tool for probing transition states of conformational changes
  • Vivek Bharadwaj, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado and College of Applied Science and Engineering, Colorado
    Theoretical investigations of the fumarate addition reaction: Implications for the biological stability of future fuels and opportunities for bioremediation of hydrocarbon contaminated areas
  • Nan Li, North Carolina State University
    Simulations of the self-assembly of polyelectrolyte block copolymers using dissipative particle dynamics with an implicit solvent ionic strength (ISIS) method
  • Gregory Medders, University of California, San Diego
    Sum frequency generation spectra of the air/water interface from first principles-based models

About CCG Excellence Award

The Chemical Computing Group (CCG) Excellence Awards were created to recognize and promote young scientists who use computational chemistry to further their scientific research. For more information about the CCG Excellence Awards, please visit: www.chemcomp.com/research-academic.htm

About Chemical Computing Group

Chemical Computing Group (CCG) is a leading supplier of software solutions for life sciences. For more information visit: www.chemcomp.com

For additional information please contact:

Petrina Kamya, PhD
Academic Services Manager
(514) 393-1055

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