APCTCC7 Information:

  • There are five award lectures, 75 invited lectures, 23 contributed orals, 16 student orals, and 54 posters presented in the four-day APCTCC7.
  • The 205 participants of APCTCC7 come from sixteen countries and areas. The distribution is as follows: 83 from Taiwan, 47 from Japan, 30 from China, eleven from Republic of Korea, eight from Australia, five from India, five from Philippine, five from Thailand, two from New Zealand, two from Singapore, two from Sri Lanka, one from Hong Kong, one from Kazakhstan, and three guests from Europe.
  • Photos and the list of student awards are available in ACTIVITIES. Click the link of each day to acess the album.
  • The timetable of the program and list of posters with links to abstracts are available: PROGRAM.
  • The list of participants is encluded in the hard copy of the Book of Graphic Abstracts only, since the electronic version is prohibited to be distributed.
  • The Book of Abstracts and the Book of Graphic Abstracts can be downloaded. Both books are in the OTG USB 3.0 flash memory stick, which is in the conference bag along with a hard copy of the Book of Graphic Abstracts. Also, there is a flash pen in the conference bag.
  • The Australian Journal of Chemistry will publish a dedicated issue to commemorate the APATCC7 Conference.
    Details please refer to The Invitation from the Associate Editor Prof. Richard M.W. Wong.
  • APATCC welcomes every one in the community to join the club. Please refer to APATCC membership for more information.

Instructions for Speakers:

  • There are five parallel sessions and the time slot includes the talk itself plus discussion and setting. All sessions will be kept on time precisely.
  • There is a ~5min award ceremony at the beginning of each award plenary talk.
  • Each meeting room will be equipped with a laptop installed with Windows.
  • Please prepare your presentation file in a USB flash disk. Kindly test and load your presentation slides at least half-day prior to your presentation session by contacting the local organizing committee member, as tabulated in the floor plan, who is in charge of the lecture room where your session is held.
  • For speakers who would like to use their own laptops for presentation, please be sure to test for the connection in the lecture room at least half-day prior to your presentation session. If you need help, please contact the organizing director of the room.
  • Please arrive at your session room 25 minutes before your session starts, to meet the organizing director and to re-confirm your presentation slides.
  • All lecture rooms will be closed on the afternoon of 26 Jan.

Instructions for Poster Presenters:

  • The size of poster board is 90cm (width) X 150cm (height), and A0 or C0 posters fit in. Poster numbers are indicated in the floor plan.
  • All posters are to be mounted between 12:30 and 14:30, Jan. 25. Posters are to be removed before noon Jan. 26 when the poster boards will be removed. All the remaining posters past the time will be recycled. The organizing committee takes no responsibility for them.
  • The staff will be in service to assist on poster mounting. Adhesive tapes will be provided on site. No paste, glue, thumbtacks or staples are permitted as requested by the rental company of poster boards.
  • Each student poster is to be evaluated by four referees. Students are advised to present your work to all of them.

Main Topis:

  • Advances in Electronic Structure Theory: Methods and Computation.
  • Molecular Structures, properties, dynamics, and molecular spectroscopy.
  • chemical reactions, reaction mechanisms, and catalyses.
  • Relativsitic quantum mechanics.
  • Advanced materials and energy related applications.
  • Chemical biology, biochemimstry, and biophysics.

APATCC Scientific Committee:

  • Leo Radom (University of Sydney, Sydney), President
  • Yun-Dong Wu (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, Shenzhen), Vice President
  • Peter Gill (Australian National University, Canberra)
  • Kimihiko Hirao (RIKEN, AICS, Kobe)
  • Kwang S. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science, Ulsan)
  • Keiji Morokuma (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
  • Debashis Mukherjee (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata)
  • Shigeru Nagase (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
  • Hiroshi Nakatsuji (Quantum Chemistry Research Institute, Kyoto)
  • Shigeyoshi Sakaki (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
  • Peter Schwerdtfeger (Massey University, Auckland)
  • Michael A. Collins (Australian National University, Canberra)
  • Wei-Hai Fang (Beijing Normal Univ., Beijing)
  • Shridhar Gadre (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)
  • Supa Hannongbua (Kasetstart University, Bangkok)
  • Chao-Ping Cherri Hsu (Academia Sinica, Taipei)
  • Edgar Ignacio (Mindanao State University, Iligan City)
  • Eluvathingal D. Jemmis (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)
  • Hua-Liang Jiang (Institute of Materia Medica, Shanghai, China)
  • Yoon Sup Lee (KAIST, Daejeon)
  • Wenjian Liu (Peking University, Beijing)
  • Vudhichai Parasuk (Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok)
  • Richard Ming Wah Wong (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  • Chin-Hui Yu (National Tsing Hua University, Hsinch)

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Chin-Hui Yu, Chair
  • Hsing-Yin Chen
  • Chia-Chun Chou
  • Chao-Ping Hsu
  • Kaito Takahashi
  • Hsiao-Ching Yang
  • Pei-Kun Yang
  • Jen-Shiang K. Yu
  • Shi-Chin Zeng, Secretary-General

Conference Language:

The official language of the conference is English.