Computational Chemistry Day is a regular single day annual meeting of the researchers applying and developing all sorts of the computational chemistry methods.

It is the local community meeting open for diverse approaches, both static and dynamic, in ordered and disordered phases, from QSAR to advanced quantum chemical methods, and for a wide scope of research subjects, including reaction mechanisms, quest for new drugs and materials and rationalization of physico-chemical properties.

Beside for presentation of the research results, the meeting is an opportunity for knowledge sharing and information exchange. Younger colleagues and students are encouraged to participate in this networking event.

Those wishing to contribute a lecture are invited (especially PhD students and postdocs) to send the abstract to until June 24th 2022. The organizing committee will select the lectures for the available slots.

There is no registration fee. Still, we kindly ask you to register the attendance (even if not sure) to make the entrance to the Institute as smooth as possible, especially if arriving by car. Send any questions to the organizers at

Organization board: D. Babić, D. Barić, M. Cvitaš, I. Despotović, N. Došlić, T. Hrenar, B. Kovačević, I. Ljubić, Z. Mihalić, V. Stepanić, D. Šakić, T. Tandarić, M. Vazdar, R. Vianello and V. Vrček

Local organizing staff: Lucija Hok, Karla Knežević, Lucija Lasić, Ana Mikelić, Zrinka Pišonić, Filip Sente and Karlo Sović

Sponsors and Donators

Croatian Science Foundation
Foundation of the Croatian Academy of Science and Arts
Informos d.o.o.
Ministry of Science and Education
O2 d.o.o.

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