computers in chemistry (CIC)

Who we are - what we do

The Division of Computers in Chemistry (CIC) deals with all aspects of computer-based acquisition, processing and documentation of information and knowledge in chemistry. It sees its main task in bringing together all interested scientists for the purpose of maintaining and further developing this area of knowledge. It promotes the exchange of ideas and experience and the mediation of professional suggestions, including through the

     

  • Promotion of computer applications in chemical sciences as part of teaching at universities
  • as a rule, an annual international specialist group conference
  • Support of open access and open source developments in the subject area of the Division
  • Cooperation between industry and university
  • Participation in relevant national and international working groups
  • Maintaining relationships with related institutions at home and abroad.

Work areas

The Division works in the areas

     

  • current developments in the field of computer applications in chemistry
  • cheminformatics including e.g. docking methods, QSAR, virtual screening, in-silico ADMETox
  • the molecular modeling of chemical, biological and material systems
  • Databases for chemical information (facts, spectra, structures, reactions, algorithms)
  • Methods for processing chemical information and for acquiring knowledge (statistics, chemometrics, evolutionary algorithms, machine learning)
  • improving the management of chemistry information

Board

The Board, which is elected for a four-year term, consists of the chairman, his deputy and at least one, but not more than three assessors; universities and industry should be equally involved in the composition of the board. more

CIC Young Scientist Award for Computational Chemistry

The Division awards the CIC Young Scientist Award for Computational Chemistry every year for excellent dissertations and diploma / master's theses that touch on the scientific fields represented in the CIC and represent a special achievement for the further development of the CIC field. more

Summer School on Cheminformatics

In order to give interested chemistry students an insight into our subject, a "Summer School on Cheminformatics" is organized every two years. During this one-week block course, students are introduced to the methods of chemoinformatics through lectures and practical exercises. The course can possibly be recognized with 3 ECTS in the university courses .

The first "Spring School on Chemoinformatics" took place in March 2014 at the Computer Chemistry Center in Erlangen. The second "Spring School on Chemoinformatics" was also held in March 2016 at the Computer Chemistry Center in Erlangen. More information here.

The third "Summer School on Chemoinformatics" took place from August 27th. to 31.08.18 in Halle. More information can be found here.

The next "Summer School on Cheminformatics", which will take place from 08/24 until 28.08.20 again in Halle (Saale) had to be canceled due to the corona. The summer school pandemic cannot take place in 2021 either. Further information will be available here in due course.

Anniversary "40 years of CIC" 2022

The Division celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2022 .

GCC 2022 / EuroSAMPL

08.05. - 12.05., Garmisch-Partenkirchen more

Summer School on Cheminformatics

Further information follows

Downloads

bylaws
Flyer German (only online)
Flyer in English (only online)

Both flyers are only available as Online versions.

GCC archive

17th GCC / EuroSAMP 2021 - postponed to 2022
16. GCC / SAMPL 2020
15th GCC 2019
14th GCC 2018
13th GCC 2017
12. GCC 2016 - no abstracts available
11th GCC 2015
10. ICCS / GCC 2014
9th GCC 2013
8th GCC 2012

Contact

GDCh Office
Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger
Tel .: +49 69 7917-231
Email: n.buerger@gdch.de

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