Key features of the workshop:
•We aim to bring experimentalists who want to use calculations together with theoreticians and developers who have experience in different application areas.
•The workshop will cover both theory and applied computational chemistry and emphasise how computations can support experimental research.
•Case studies will be presented by invited speakers.
•Demonstrations will illustrate the use of current software.
•Panel Discussions and many networking breaks will allow optimal interaction with the invited experts to advance the field.
• A poster session will allow participants to showcase their work.
•UK participants can apply to use the NSCCS for further computational resources, training and support. The NSCCS is a free computational chemistry service for all UK academics.
Experimental photochemists and photophysicists with an understanding of ionisation processes and with an interest in computations. Computational and theoretical chemists and molecular physicists interested in studying ionisation processes in molecules.