Computational chemistry has become an increasingly useful and important tool for todays chemists and biochemists. In these courses, undergraduate and graduate students will be introduced to the the application of computational chemistry to the investigation of chemical problems. In addition to gaining an understanding of current computational methods and their reliability and accuracy, particular focus will also be placed on practical aspects of employing computational chemistry.
Both of these courses are taught by Dr. James Gauld (Room 267 EH), who can be contacted at (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org, or (phone) 253 3000 (Ext. 3992).Office hours:
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Last updated: May 07, 2007
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