We are pleased to announce that the Southeast Theoretical Chemistry Association (SETCA) meeting originally scheduled for May 2020 will now be held at Georgia Tech in Atlanta from May 19-21 of 2022. The venue for most of SETCA 2022 will be the historic Academy of Medicine. This year’s meeting is especially exciting, as it constitutes the COVID-delayed 50th anniversary of the SETCA conferences, which have been held annually since 1970. The meeting will begin with a poster session on Thursday evening, and will run through noon on Saturday.
The Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association (SETCA) is a loose organization of theoretical and computational chemists from across the Southeastern United States. Since its inception in 1970 by Prof. Bruno Linder of Florida State University, its primary function has been an annual conference to give faculty, students, and postdoctoral associates an opportunity to present their most recent research results.
Abstract submission is now closed, unless you are an invited author who has not yet submitted an abstract. Submit late abstract (invited speakers).
You can find a pdf version of the conference schedule including a map here:
and a pdf of the talk and poster abstracts along with the poster numbers here:
SETCA 2022 Organizers
C. David Sherrill, Georgia Tech
Jesse McDaniel, Georgia Tech
Josh Kretchmer, Georgia Tech