Group Members


Current Group Members

Extended Group, including former group members and collaborators

Group offices and phone numbers

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Group Photos

Truhlar group wiki intranet (password required)



Send a message

Manuscript mail

Time-sensitive mail (inquiries, referee reports, petitions, etc.) concerning manuscripts for which I am acting as editor at Journal of the American Chemical Society or Computer Physics Communications should be sent to chemedit@umn.edu . Messages sent to the editor address will go straight to my secretary, Ms. Flurnia Hadley-Davis. They read and expedite the mail sent to that address every morning. They bring any mail that needs my personal attention to me in the most efficient possible way. This system prevents delay when I am unavailable and ensures that manuscript correspondence is always handled in a timely fashion. Manuscript correspondence should always include the name of the journal, your name, the name of the first author of the manuscript, and the title or complete file number of the paper. Thank you for your attention to these points.


General email for Theoretical Chemistry Accounts should go to tca@umn.edu. Email specifically directed to me as Chief Advisory Editor of TCA should go to the address below.

Other mail to Don Truhlar

Email Don Truhlar, truhlar@umn.edu


Courses

Chemistry 8541: "Dynamics" (Fall 2015)

Syllabus

Reading

Schedule

Chemistry 8066: "Professional Conduct of Chemical Research" (Spring 2016)

Syllabus

Reading and Schedule

Presentation teams - to be announced

Slides from Meghan Lafferty lecture, January 27, 2015.

RSC licensing

AIP copyright

Group meetings


Links to other pages of interest

Chemistry Research at the U of M
Chemical Biology
Chemical Theory Center
Environmental Chemistry
Interdisciplinary
Materials Chemistry
Physical Chemistry

Graduate programs
Chemistry
Chemical Physics
Nanoparticle Science and Engineering
Scientific Computation

Chemistry Department
Minnesota Supercomputing Institute

Professional Society links
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Physical Chemistry Division of the ACS
Theoretical Chemistry Division of the ACS
Minnesota Section of the ACS
Chemical Physics Division of the APS
International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science
National Academy of Sciences
Royal Society of Chemistry
World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics


Scientific glossaries and guidelines


ACS Ethical Guidelines

Amino acid abbreviations IUBMB Recommendations on Biochemical & Organic Nomenclature, Symbols & Terminology


IUPAC Guidelines for Presentation of Methodological Choices in the Publication of Computational Results: Stewart, J. J. P. "Guidelines for presentation of methodological choices in the publication of computational results" Pure Appl. Chem. 2000, 72, 1449-1452. Web site PDF

IUPAC Guidelines for Publication of Research Results from Force-Field Calculations

IUPAC Nomenclature and Terminology
JACS Select Glossary of Molecular Modeling of Complex Chemical Systems

Citation: D. G. Truhlar, JACS Select #3 Glossary, posted online Dec. 10, 2008,
Web site: http://pubs.acs.org/JACSbeta/jvi/glossary.html




Key references


Kohn's Nobel Prize Acceptance

NIST Digitial Library of Mathematical Functions (update of AMS-55)

Pople's Nobel Prize Acceptance




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