The conference covers a broad range of topics in the field, from the latest theoretical developments to cutting-edge applications in chemistry and physics, bringing together scientists from all over the world.
The scientific program extends over five days, and consists of 10 plenary and 16 invited lectures by internationally renowned speakers, presenting the current state-of-the-art in the field. In addition, a total of 32 slots for contributed talks provide the opportunity to present your research at the world’s largest platform for DFT developers and users.
The organizing committee of DFT 2022 is carefully monitoring the pandemic and as soon as any changes occur in the situation, the conference website will be updated. For the moment, we remain optimistic to organize a close to “normal” conference in the summer of this year.
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The scientific schedule includes plenary talks, invited talks, contributed talks, and poster sessions. Topics to be covered in the meeting include:
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