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The first international conference on chemical graph theory is scheduled to be held by Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University in Tehran on October 6-7.
University of Kashan, Islamic Azad University, Center for International Research and Collaboration (ISMO), Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM), and Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) are the sponsors supporting the event.
Chemical graph theory is a branch of Chemistry-Mathematics which is basically interconnected to Theoretical Chemistry. According to this theory, a graph represents a set of components of a network and their connection configurations.
These indices include information on structure, dimension, degree of branching of molecule, bonding, number of atoms, and types of unlike atoms available in a molecule.
The goals behind the conference typically include studying the topological indices of chemical graphs and prediction of structural/behavioral properties of molecules by their means. This field has recently received lots of attention by researchers and academicians and similar events have been held around the globe.
The conference topics are as follows:
o Chemical Graph Theory
o Nano Computing
o QSAR/QSPR Modeling
o Group Theory in Chemistry
Invited lecturers from several countries, including Iran, Croatia, Japan, and China are expected to hold speeches on their novel works and experiences.
Along with the conference, a one-day workshop entitled "Application of Algebra in Nano Sciences" is due to be held.
The deadline for registration and paper submission is September 22.
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