CIC is a division of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) thatcovers all aspects of computer-based generation, processing and documentation of information and knowledge in chemistry. Founded in 1982, CIC brings together scientists from various disciplines to foster and propel development and applications in this field, with particular emphasis on
The division acts in the following areas:
The executive board, elected for a four (4)-year term, consists of the chair, vice chair and at least one but not more than four (4) board members, whereby academia and industry should be equally represented in its composition.
Each year the division confers the CIC Advancement Award for Computation Chemistry for exceptional dissertations and master theses that touch upon the scientific areas represented in the CIC and which represent a special service in advancing the CIC field.
To give interested chemistry students a glimpse into our expert area, every two years the division organizes a “Spring School on Chemoinformatics”. During this one-week block course, the students are introduced to methods of chemoinformatics through lectures and practical exercises. Participating students may possibly earn three (3) ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits in their major.
The last “Spring School on Chemoinformatics” took place at the Computer Chemistry Center in Erlangen in March 2016. For further details, click here.
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