About the conference

The International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (ICQC) is held triennially under the patronage of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science. It is a unique opportunity for scientists working in the field of theoretical and computational chemistry to present and discuss the latest developments and research advances. The first ICQC took place in Menton, France, in 1973, where it also returned 45 years later for its 16th iteration. The 15th congress, in 2015, took place in Beijing, China.

The 17th ICQC scientific program will be composed of invited lectures, invited short talks, and presentations in two poster sessions. Invited short talks will be selected by the Local Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Committee from the submissions received. Priority will be given to recent interesting ideas and presentations by young scientists. Instructions for submission of invited contributed talks will be communicated on the conference website later on.


About the IAQMS

The International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science (IAQMS) was established in Menton, France, in 1967. Distinguished scientists from the field of quantum molecular research are periodically elected to join the academy, and throughout its history 14 Nobel Prize laureates have become members. Each year, the IAQMS awards a medal for significant research contributions in the area of theoretical and computational chemistry. The award ceremony takes place during the ICQC congress. For more information about the IAQMS, please visit www.iaqms.org.