FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | March 10, 2022
Chemists discuss bonding through chemistry on opening day of ACS Spring 2022
WASHINGTON, March 10, 2022 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2022 opening session will focus on how the theory of chemical bonding can take on a fresh spin and impact the rapidly rising field of quantum information science.
Opening session: Bonding through Chemistry
Sunday, March 20, 3 – 5 p.m. ET (noon – 2 p.m. PT)
- Anastassia N. Alexandrova, Ph.D.
Professor, department of chemistry and biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles
Title: Quantum information science: “chemically bonding” multiple fields
- Danna E. Freedman, Ph.D.
Frederick George Keyes professor of chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Chemistry for the second quantum revolution
- Tyrel M. McQueen, Ph.D.
Professor, department of chemistry, Institute for Quantum Matter, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Quantum materials
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