4th German Conference on Chemoinformatics

The Chemistry-Information-Computer (CIC) division of the German Chemical Society announces the 4th German Conference on Chemoinformatics (22. CIC-Workshop) to be held in Goslar, Germany, November 09-11, 2008.

This international symposium will address a broad range of modern research topics in the field of Computers and Chemistry. Focus will be on recent developments and trends in the fields of Chemoinformatics and Drug Development, Chemical Information, Molecular Modeling, Computational Material Science and Nanotechnology and other highlights in the field of Computational Chemistry. The scientific program will include plenary lectures, short lectures as well as poster presentations. Furthermore, there will be a pre-conference workshop on Sunday.

I would like to highlight this year’s session on Open Access Publishing in Chemistry where we are going to investigate what’s happened and changed since our last session on this topic a few years ago.

Conference Web site:

Conference Venue: Hotel Der Achtermann, Rosentorstrasse 20, D-38640 Goslar, Germany.

If you register, you might want to take into account the conference dinner on Tuesday evening, which is included in the conference fee and typically a very nice event. Therefore, you should prepare to leave on Wednesday morning.

Goslar is located at the heart of Germany and famous for its ore mine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and its old town.

Invited Speakers:

  • J├╝rgen Bajorath
  • Michael Berthold
  • Marcus Elstner
  • Robert Glen
  • Kurt Varmuza
  • Brian Andrew Vickery

Dead Lines:

  • Submission of oral contribution: 29.07.2008
  • Submission of posters: 29.07.2008
  • Scholarship: 29.07.2008
  • Submission of last-minute-poster: 28.10.2008

Categorised as: Chemoinformatics, CIC, Conferences and Meetings, Life of Chris, Open Access, Open Data, Open Source, People, Publishing, Scientific Culture

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