The Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC) is an annual conference bringing together faculty, postdocs, and students in all areas of theoretical chemistry, from all over the greater midwest. The first MWTCC was held in 1967 at the University of Chicago, organized by Joseph Hirschfelder and Stuart Rice. For its 50th occasion, the MWTCC returns to where it all started.
Thursday night will be a poster session with Chicago-style pizza and poster prizes awarded on Friday!
Our keynote lecture will be delivered on Friday night before a catered banquet dinner.
We have contributed and invited talks from students, postdocs, and faculty from all over the midwest.
The MWTCC at the University of Chicago will take place on the University's campus in Hyde Park, at the Eckhardt Research Center, 5640 S Ellis Ave, Chicago, IL 60637.
Registration fees are used to cover event logistics, space and services, coffee, snacks, and meals. Nearby dorm housing (single or shared) is available and can be selected during registration. The names of preferred roommates can be added during check-out on the registration page, and we will do our best to accommodate.
Submitted abstracts are welcome for contibuted talks or posters.
An interdisciplinary group of theoretical and computational scientists from all over the Midwest.