QBtopIC Series
The QBtopIC series is a new activity of the QBIC Society (www.qbicsoc.org). In these panel meetings, a discussion leader speaks with a number of invited experts on a topic that is of interest to the wider QBIC community and takes questions from the audience.

Please register below using an e-mail address of your official affiliation, otherwise we will not be able to send you an invitation link.
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The fourth QBtopIC event will take place on October 27th from 16:30 CEST. Ulf Ryde has invited Lou Noodleman and Lubomír Rulisek for a discussion on the accurate calculations of redox potentials in proteins.
How to participate
Each meeting starts with a general introduction of the topic by the discussion leader, followed by short statements by the invited experts to highlight specific aspects. The remainder of the meeting is intended as a general discussion between the panel members with questions from the audience. In total the QBtopIC discussions should take 60-90 minutes.

You can put forward your questions or comments in the following ways:
– before the session as an e-mail to the discussion leader (ulf.ryde@teokem.lu.se)
– during the session through the Zoom chat function

The QBIC Society plans to organise more QBtopIC meetings in the future. If you have a topic in mind or an expert you would like to hear, please contact Vera Krewald via e-mail.
The QBIC Society
The Quantum Bio·Inorganic Chemistry Society was founded in 2018 with the purpose of bringing together scientists from academia and industry who are working in the broad fields of theoretical and computational inorganic, bioinorganic, and biological chemistry. Our aim is to encourage, support, and promote all aspects of research and knowledge exchange in these areas of science.

Among the activities of the QBIC Society are the organization of regular international scientific meetings, the support of summer/winter schools targeted at young scientists, and the coordination of networking actions. The QBIC Society plays a key role in connecting the international community of computational chemists that are active in method development or applications within the scope of inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry.

Application for membership is open to any individual from all over the world: http://qbicsoc.org/membership.html
Please register by answering the questionnaire below. You will receive an e-mail with a link to the zoom session ca. 48 h in advance of the QBtopIC session.
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