Program Director: Professor Maria Tamargo, Dept of Chemistry
Dates: July 5 to July 26, 2013
Credits: 6 (for STEM majors only)
Host institution: Universidad de La Habana
The Seminars of Advanced Studies of Molecular Design and Bioinformatics (SEADIM) (pdf) are a continuation of the Iberoamerican Schools of Computational Chemistry and Molecular Design (Havana, 1996, 1998). They have been held by the Laboratory of Computational and Theoretical Chemistry (LQCT) in the University of Havana, Cuba, with the attendance of young researchers, mostly from Iberoamerican countries.
Treating energy recovery from natural and man managed sources is of fundamental importance. Physics, chemistry and biology play a key role with many applications to life and materials sciences, and environmental research. Designing devices at molecular, i.e. nanometric scales, is of fundamental importance for a sustainable future of mankind. The 2013’s SEADIM courses and conferences plan to go deep in this field.
Intensive courses of SEADIM 9 will take place from July 7 to 9 in the “San Gerónimo” University College of Havana. Scientific sessions will take place between July 10 and 12, 2013 at a location in the Varadero beach resort, and consist in invited plenary lectures and posters.CHEM 31111: Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Practical Applications (3 CCNY credits)
CCNY Tuition for 6 credits
Program costs: $ TBA
Included: Seminar participation, housing, and international health insurance.
Not included: Airfare to/from Cuba (approx. TBA) and meals (approx. $250)
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