Seventh International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering


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Starting Date and hour for ICCMSE 2009: Please see below on the Table of Announcements



Urgent Announcement: Since 15/09/2009 the Organizing Committee of ICCMSE 2009 will be

out of office. Please communicate with us via e-mail: tsimos.conf@gmail.com.

Please also avoid to send fax



The program of ICCMSE 2009 can be found here.


The Abstracts of ICCMSE 2009 can be found here.



We are proud to announce that the Proceedings of ICCMSE 2009 will be published in the very famous AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings. More information in here

Requirements in order one accepted paper to be included in the

AIP Conference Proceedings of ICCMSE 2009

(see below in Table of Announcements)


Here is the AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 1 for ICCMSE 2007 and its contents


Here is the AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 2 A for ICCMSE 2007 and its contents





Here is the AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 2 B for ICCMSE 2007 and its contents




ICCMSE 2009 is co-sponsored

by the American Chemical Society (ACS)





Table of Announcements for ICCMSE 2009


1. The participants of ICCMSE 2009 can send their full papers for the journals of ICCMSE 2009, until 31/03/09



2. Requirements in order one accepted paper to be included in the AIP Conference Proceedings of ICCMSE 2009


  1. Submission of the Source Files of the accepted papers (.doc OR (.tex + .eps for figures)

  2. Submission for each accepted paper by e-mail (NO FAX) of the signed AIP Copyright Transfer Agreement (use the e-mails:  tsimos.conf@gmail.com AND tsimos.conf09@gmail.com

  3. Submission of the Bank Slip of the Bank Transfer of the payment of the fees OR submission of the registration form for credit cards.


3. The Conference begins at 29 September 2009, 09:50 and ends at 04 October 2009, at 18:00















Young Scientist Excellence Award for ICCMSE

We are happy to announce that the recipients of the ICCMSE prize are


Theodore Monovasilis, Greece

Zoe Cournia, Germany

Maxime Guillaume, Belgium




Lasse Jensen, USA

Georg Rollmann, Germany

Marcel Swart, The Netherlands




Philippe Carbonnière, France

Thomas S. Hofer, Austria

Nicola Gaston, Germany

 Panaghiotis Karamanis, USA




Anna Pomogaeva, Canada

Vangelis Daskalakis, Greece




Carlo Bertinetto, Italy

E.M.Koukaras, Greece



Research Excellence Award

We are happy to announce that the recipients of the ICCMSE 2007 Research Excellence Award are

Dr. B. Champagne, Université de Namur, Belgique

Prof. Masayoshi Nakano, Osaka University, Japan





Prof. T. E. Simos

Laboratory of Computational Sciences,

Department of Computer Science and Technology,

University of Peloponnese,

GR-221 00 Tripolis



Professor George Maroulis

Computational Quantum Chemistry Research Group
Department of Chemistry

University of Patras

GR-26500 Patras








Distinguished Lectures for ICCMSE 2009:

Ernest R.Davidson

Werner Kutzelnigg

George C.Schatz

Paul Mezey








Highlighted Keynote Speakers for ICCMSE 2009:

Bernard Kirtman

Markus Meuwly

Henry F.Schaefer III

Kizashi Yamaguchi




Sessions and Symposia for ICCMSE 2009



Invited Speakers

Michael Dolg
Trygve Helgaker
Katharine C. Hunt
Masayoshi Nakano
Josef Noga
Claude Pouchan
Aristides Zdetsis
Pratim Chattaraj

Weitao Yang

Keynote Speakers

Yuriko Aoki
Xavier Assfeld
Tadeusz Bancewicz
Ria Broer
Sylvio Canuto

Tapan K.Ghanty
Lasse Jensen
Jacek Kobus

Sourav Pal
Marianna Safronova
Trond Saue
Hajime Torii
Pablo Villarreal

Feng Wang

Special Lectures

Vincent Rodriguez



Best Student Paper Award(s)

During the Conference Award(s) will be given to the

Best Student Paper(s)


Subject Areas


Computational Mathematics
Computational Medicinal Chemistry
Computational Chemistry
Computational Physics
Computational Engineering

Candidates are young scientists: Graduate students

(or with a recently completed PhD thesis )

The interested young scientists must


(1) Send their extended abstract for peer review

(2) Express their interest for the participation in the competition

(This must be done at the (1) stage)

(3) Present their paper in ICCMSE.











Highlighted Symposia for ICCMSE 2009


Highlighted Symposia

Highlighted Symposium in Computational Spectroscopy

High precision calculations of molecular

energy levels and spectra


Dr. Philip Bunker
The Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences
National Research Council of Canada
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A OR6
bunker@castor.sims.nrc.ca, Philip.Bunker@nrc.ca

Prof. Peter Schwerdtfeger
Centre of Theoretical Chemistry and Physics (CTCP)
The New Zealand Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)
Massey University Auckland

The calculation of energy levels at a precision of 0.1 mEv or better presents a significant challenge for all but the simplest molecular systems, and it requires advanced numerical methodology. The results of such calculations are necessary in a variety of applications. One area of application is to assist the experimentalist in the search for, and assignment of, irregular spectra such as that of exotic fluxional molecules and of molecules exhibiting extreme breakdown of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation. Other important applications would allow the accurate spectroscopic measurement of the extent of the breakdown of parity and time reversal symmetry, and the positive determination of the temporal variation of fundamental molecular constants such as the ratio of the electron to proton mass.



Special Symposia

Special Symposium in Honour of

Professor Bernard Kirtman


This symposium is organized in honour of Bernie KIRTMAN, a scientist who has contributed substantially to several domains of theoretical chemistry, encompassing perturbation theory, ro-vibrational Hamiltonians, nonlinear optics of oligomers and other pi-conjugated systems, surface modelling, vibrational hyperpolarizabilities, band structure calculations, and search of better exchange-correlation functionals for treating extended systems in electric fields. The work of Bernie Kirtman has had strong impact on the previous ICCMSE conferences and has been presented at most of those conferences, either by Bernie Kirtman in person or by some of his many collaborators. This symposium will therefore address these different, though intertwined, topics by inviting his collaborators as well as other key scientists in the field.


Benoit Champagne
Facultes Universitaire Notre-Dame de la Paix, Rue de Bruxelles, 5000 Namur, Belgium

Feng Long Gu
Dept. Materials Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580

Josep M. Luis
Department of Chemistry, University of Girona, 17071 Girona, Catalonia

Michael Springborg
Department of Chemistry, University of Saarland, 66123 Saarbruecken

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Hotel Rodos Palace, Rhodes, Greece , 29 September - 04 October 2009


The aim of ICCMSE 2009 is to bring together computational
scientists and engineers from several disciplines in order to share methods, methologies and ideas. more..... 

Under the Auspices of

bullet European Society of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (ESCMSE)

Dates of Importance

bulletDates for Registration  
bullet Notification of acceptance
bullet Submission of full papers. more ...