9th International Conference on Chemical Structures

June 5-9 2011, Noordwijkerhout
The Netherlands

The 9th International Conference on Chemical Structures

The International Conference on Chemical Structures brings together an international audience interested in handling chemical structures and related topics. Participants discuss research and development in the processing, storage, retrieval and use of chemical structures. The conference fosters cooperation among organizations and researchers involved in the merging fields of cheminformatics and bioinformatics and has a reputation of providing in-depth technical presentations with ample opportunities for one-on-one discussions with the presenters.

The nineth in the series of these respected triennial conferences will be held from 5-9 June, 2011 at the beautiful Conference Center in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. The conference is jointly organized by:

  • Division of Chemical Information of the American Chemical Society (CINF)
  • Chemical Structure Association Trust (CSA Trust)
  • Division of Chemical Information and Computer Science of the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ)
  • Chemistry-Information-Computer Division of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)
  • Royal Netherlands Chemical Society (KNCV)
  • Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
  • Swiss Chemical Society (SCS)

See the Call for Papers for more information on the scientific focus of the conference. Abstract submission will be available via an online mechanism and potential speakers and poster presenters are encouraged to submit a proposal.

Abstracts for oral presentation will be reviewed by the Scientific Advisory Board and relevant topics selected for presentation during the plenary session of the conference. Those abstracts not selected for inclusion in the plenary session will automatically be considered for the poster session. Poster session abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Advisory Board and either 1) accepted for presentation as posters, 2) rejected due to inappropriate content for the conference, or 3) rejected due to the conference reaching the maximum number of posters allowed.