I had a blast last week at WATOC2014 in Santiago de Chile! It was a wonderful opportunity to find old friends, meet new ones and listen to some exciting research done around the world, as well as some of the classics such as Pekka Pyykkö, who was awarded the Schrödinger medal. I decided to share my talk on SlideShare.com but also here because I found at WATOC that many many people seem to like this little space of mine! I was shocked, flattered but mostly happy to know that this little blog of mine is well regarded.
So, without further ado, here is my presentation at WATOC2014, please read the captions on each image for context. Feel free to make any comments, sharing or liking. Thanks for clicking!
If you made it this far, let me tell you that this is also available at Slideshare.com 🙂
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I inexcusably forgot to write about my visit to WATOC2014 but as they say it’s better late than never. I’ve been here in Santiago de Chile for a day and a half now attending mostly to session 5 “applications to compelling problems”. WATOC (World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists) is probably the largest conference in our speciality and some of the big names are here which makes me very nervous to present my talk!
My talk will be very similar to the one presented in the last ACS meeting in San Francisco, in silico design of monomolecular drug delivery agents based on calix[n]arene macrocycles.
I wont try to report from WATOC, I’m not any good at that but will for sure be available if anyone wants to contact me.