Submitted by Kyle Grice / DePaul University on Fri, 12/03/2021 - 16:14

Our final SLiThEr of the year will be Thursday December 9th, at 3pm Eastern (noon PST). The topic will be getting started in computational chemistry and the discussion will be lead by Lori Watson (Earlham), Adam Johnson (Harvey Mudd) and Kyle Grice (DePaul). As computational chemistry becomes more accessible and widespread, it enables use of computational methods in teaching and research for inorganic chemists. Many of us are not trained computational chemists, but have started to include more computational work in our teaching and research. Come join the conversation to learn about getting started or share what  you have been doing in your classes and research involving computational approaches! 

Sign up here and we will send you a zoom link before the event. 

Also, we wanted to highlight that if you missed SLiThEr 28, you can catch the recording here and all of the previous SLiThEr recordings can be found in this collection. 

We look forward to having you join our final SLiThEr of 2021!