The International MolMod Workshop is dedicated to molecular modeling and simulation, an interdisciplinary field where science and engineering join forces. It provides a unique opportunity for discussing the latest state of the art developments in the field of molecular modeling and simulation. Addressing scientific as well as practical problems, various topics and applications are considered, including simulation tools, multiscale modeling, physico-chemical properties and nanoscale processes. The MolMod is aimed at bringing together experts from academia and industry, comprising different scientific communities that are engaged in applied molecular modeling and simulation.
|Industry||310 €||325 €|
|Academia||220 €||235 €|
|Students||90 €||105 €|
1) No VAT requested according to § 4.22 UStG, registration fee may include Business Package with VAT.
2) Personal DECHEMA-, VDI-GVC-members and EFC/EFCE passport holders; personal VAAM members
The DECHEMA terms and conditions for conferences apply. Please note that the following information are exerpts and supplements to the general terms and conditions.
Registration is possible, subject to capacity in the lecture rooms, up to the beginning of the conference. Confirmation of registration will be sent immediately by email. The invoice, with payment confirmation, you will receive by post mail within two weeks.
Editorial deadline for the list of participants is 22 February.
The registration fees include conference ticket, book of abstracts and list of participants . All documents will be handed out on-site.
Cancellations are only accepted in writing (i.e. by fax, surface mail or e-mail).
Please find details about cancellation dates and fees in the general terms and conditions. In case of no-show the conference fees won't be refunded and fees not yet paid still have to be paid.
ProcessNet Subject Division Molecular Modeling and Simulation for Process and Product Design
Prof. J. Vrabec, TU Berlin/D
N. Möller, DECHEMA e.V., Fankfurt/D
The thematic priorities of this Subject Division range from molecular modeling and simulation of catalysts, crystals, polymers, porous media and biomolecules through to process and product design.
You will find further information about the Subject Division here: ProcessNet Homepage.