The Chemical Structure Association Trust and the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society announce the Fourth Joint Sheffield Conference on Chemoinformatics to be held in The Octagon Centre, University of Sheffield, UK, from 18th to 20th June, 2007.
The conference will be held at the Octagon Conference Centre, and ensuite accommodation will be based in two Halls of Residence near to the conference venue. The conference dinner will be held at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire (home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire) and will include a tour of the House.
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The poster boards are 6ft x 3ft and will be in landscape format.
The posters have now been allocated to sessions. Please visit the conference programme section. If your poster number is prefixed by "M" you have been allocated to the Monday evening session. The boards will be numbered. Please hang your poster during the lunch break on Monday and please remember to remove it at the end of Monday evening. If your number is prefixed by "T" you have been allocated to the Tuesday session. Please hang your poster at the Tuesday morning break. Velco tabs will be available.
The conference is organised jointly by the Chemical Structure Association Trust (CSAT), the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society (MGMS) and the Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield. The organising committee consists of:
|For further information, contact us via the Conference email or:||
The Department of Information Studies, |
University of Sheffield,
211 Portobello Street,
Sheffield S1 4DP,
The first Sheffield Chemoinformatics Conference was held in April, 1998, and entitled, Computational Approaches to the Design and Analysis of Combinatorial Libraries.
The second Sheffield Chemoinformatics Conference was held in April, 2001. Entitled, Computational Tools for Lead Discovery, the conference web page, containing a full programme, is still available here.
The third Sheffield Chemoinformatics Conference was held in April, 2004. The conference web page, containing a full programme, is still available here.