Fourth scientific workshop, Prague, Day 1 (April 13, 2016)
Today the Fourth Scientific Workshop started in Prague.
On this first day we started with opening speeches by
one of the local organizers, Lubos Rulisek, and our Chair.
Lubos offered a summary of the issues at stake which
can be written down on a napkin.
Then the scientific part was opened by Prof. Ed Solomon (Stanford),
which was followed by Keynote Lectures by Frank Neese and
Maja Gruden, and eight short talks (among which three STSM talks).
The afternoon session ended with a discussion
on the database and how to proceed with the
Afterwards we had separate Working Group discussions, which was followed
by a Poster session and a conference dinner at night.