Molecular Computation and Visualization

in Undergraduate Education 


MoleCVUE is an association of faculty at PUIs who share the common purpose expressed by our name: Molecular Computation and Visualization in Undergraduate Education.   Participants at recent meetings have come from a variety of academic institutions.

Our areas of interest include not only chemistry and biochemistry, but also material science, molecular biology, and other areas where the ruling paradigm is "molecules." 

Our objectives are to enhance our own undergraduate instruction by developing and employing modern computational and visualization tools and to provide the methods, techniques, and tools we develop freely  to other science instructors.

MoleCVUE provides:

A forum for expressing one's own ideas and receiving criticism and suggestions;
A channel for awareness of and instruction in computer tools and techniques;
Extended meetings with like-minded colleagues from which collaborative projects and products may emerge.
Activities that introduce undergraduate students to computational chemistry and allow them to present the results of their work.

MoleCVUE was founded at, resides at, and receives continuing support from Elizabethtown College.

All persons sharing these interests and purpose are invited to participate

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Scientific meetings:
May 30 - June 3, 2006
May 30 - June 1, 2007
May 28-29, 2008
May 27-29, 2009
May 24-26, 2010
May 22-24, 2012

Planning meetings:
June 1, 2005
June 1, 2006
June 1, 2007
May 30, 2008
May 29, 2009
May 24, 2012

 

 

The next meeting is scheduled for May 14 - May 17, 2013 at Penn State, Berks.

This year’s meeting will be combined with MADCP, which is scheduled for May 17 – May 18, 2013.  Download a tentative schedule.

Registration for MoleCVUE is $75, for MADCP is $50, and for both meetings together is $125.  Registration includes breakfast and lunch on site for each day of the conferences.  Download a registration form and return it to Penn State Berks.  Instructions are on the form.

Dorm rooms are available to those who wish to stay overnight.  Reserve a room with a housing form.

Contact Kevin Range (krange@lhup.edu) or Jason Sonnenberg (jsonnenberg@stevenson.edu) for information about the program or to suggest a topic.

 

 

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For further information, contact the current program chair:

Lorena Tribe
Penn State Berks
lut1@psu.edu