The 13th annual MERCURY Conference for undergraduate computational chemistry will be held July 24-26, 2014 at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA.
Mainstays of the conference include six speakers who present excellent talks that provide background and specific findings in their respective fields, plus an undergraduate poster session and evening social networking events. This conference is an excellent forum for undergraduates to present their work and to learn from experts in the field, allowing them to put their own research into perspective. It is equally valuable as a networking event for faculty working with undergraduates. Undergraduates from all types of institutions are invited to come present their work. Students who have graduated from college and have not begun their graduate work are also invited to present. Graduate students and postdoctoral associates may attend and will have the opportunity to learn how professors work effectively with undergraduate research students.
This year's speakers will be:
Conference Registration and Accommodations
Conference fees are $250 per faculty, postdocs, and graduate students, $200 per faculty guest, and $125 per undergraduate student. Costs for the conference are being kept low due to generous financial assistance from Bucknell University. The fee covers:
- Two nights accommodation in college housing
- All meals and social activities
Click here to register for the conference.Registration closes on July 11th.
Undergraduates are strongly encouraged to submit posters.
One of the aims of our consortium is to increase the visibility of faculty working at predominantly undergraduate institutions. The deadline for poster abstract submission is July 11th. Anything submitted after this date is not guaranteed to appear in print in the conference booklet.
Please click here for abstract submission instructions and here for poster guidelines.