Chemical Computing Group Announces "Excellence Award" Winners
News Jan 13, 2006
Chemical Computing Group (CCG) and the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Division of Computers in Chemistry (COMP) congratulate winners of the CCG Excellence Awards at the 231st ACS National Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
The esteemed CCG Excellence Award honors graduate students in the field of computational chemistry.
Winners are selected according to the excellence and relevance of their research, as well as the quality of the supporting materials.
CCG is proud to award each winner a check to assist with travel and accommodation at the Fall 2006 ACS in Atlanta Georgia, recognition of their award-winning work at the Awards Presentation during the COMP Division Poster Session on Tuesday March 28, 2006, and a one-year software license for the most recent version of MOE – the Molecular Operating Environment.
2006 ACS Atlanta Winners are:
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