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Seventh European Workshop
Quantum Systems in
Chemistry & Physics
nr. Bratislava, Slovakia
10th-15th September, 2002
International Scientific Organizing Committee
E. Brandas (University of Uppsala, Sweden)
P. Carsky (Heyrovsky Institute, Prague, Czech Republic)
I. Hubac (Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)
J. Maruani (C.N.R.S., Paris, France)
R. McWeeny (University of Pisa, Italy)
Y.G. Smeyers(C.S.I.C., M adrid, Spain)
S. Wilson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxfordshire, UK)
H. Ågren(The Royal Institute of Technology,
The 7th European Workshop on
Quantum Systems in Chemistry & Physics
will be held in Slovakia during 2002.
The emphasis of the workshop will be on innovative theory and its application
together with developments novel computational methods.
Further details are given below.
for more details of the
It is planned to publish the Proceedings of the Workshop
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry.
As in recent years, the length of the Workshop will be five days.
Participants will be
expected to arrive on Tuesday, 10 September, 2002.
Transportation will be arranged from Vienna International Airport using
the public bus service to Bratislava and then specially arranged coaches
to Casta Papiernicka.
Registration will take
place from 15:00 through 19:00. The meeting will end after lunch on
Sunday, 15 September, 2002. Participants travelling by air may thus benefit
from reduced rates.
Accommodation is arranged on the wooded perimeter of the Casta Papiernicka
site. There are fourteen apartments for double occupancy and a further
26 which can accommodate up to four persons. The "double" apartments are of
generous proportions consisting of a sitting room, a bedroom containing two
single beds and a bathroom. There is also a small kitchen area. The
"quadruple" apartments consist of a sitting room, two bedrooms - each
containing two single beds, a bathroom and a kitchen. There is a very
limited number of single rooms with en suite facilities.
The number of participants at the Workshop is strictly limited and early
application and payment is recommended. The total cost of participation
in the Workshop for five days, including registration and social
programme for everyone and room and board for resident participants and
their dependents, is as follows:-
These prices include accommodation, full-board, conference fee, coffee and
beverages during breaks, and a copy of the proceedings.
The social programme includes a welcome party, a banquet dinner and an
excursion to the castle at Cerveny kamen, one of the best preserved castles in
Situated in the foothills of the Little Carpathian mountain range, Cerveny Kamen castle
has a unique complex of cellars and an extensive collection of original
The castle gallery contains works by old masters, predominantly from Central Europe.
There is also a very good military exhibition.
... sharing a 2 person apartment
Supplement for single occupancy of a 2 person apartment
... sharing a 4 person apartment
Supplement for single occupancy of a bedroom in a
4 person apartment
Supplement for single occupancy of a 4 person apartment
... in a single room with en suite facilities
... sharing a 2 person apartment
... sharing a bedroom in a 4 person apartment
The above costs DO NOT include accident or medical insurance. Every
participant should carry his/her own accident and medical coverage from his
home institution or company for the duration of the meeting.
Payment should be made before the 1st August, 2002. After this date
a 10% surcharge may be applied. Payment should be made by money
transfer in EURO to Account number: 1538141651/0200 to the Bank:
VSEOBECNA UVEROVA BANKA, BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA. (SWIFT address:
SUBASKBX FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS,PHYSICS AND INFORMATICS).
The above amounts being net costs, the bank of the sender should be
asked to put all exchange and transfer fees to the charge of the sender.
PLEASE SPECIFY THAT THE TRANSFER IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF
PLEASE REMEMBER TO IDENTIFY YOUR MONEY TRANSFER THROUGH YOUR BANK WITH
YOUR NAME AND, WHEN APPROPRIATE, LET US KNOW BY E-MAIL ABOUT THE MODE
AND DATE OF THE TRANSFER.
A small number of bursaries will be available for younger participants,
particularly from Southern and Eastern Europe. Applicants should
typically be less than 40 years old and provide a curriculum vitae
before 15 August 2002.
News of previous QSCP workshops
VI - Sofia
V - Uppsala
IV - Marly-le-Roi
III - Granada
II - Oxford
I - Pisa
School in Molecular Physics & Quantum Chemistry
Congress on Theoretical Chemical Physics