T1. Physical chemistry of materials (Reference invited plenary: Ulrike DIEBOLD)
Contributions from experiments and simulations, from preparation to characterization, of any kind of material. Emphasis on the atomistic features responsible for the specific material properties is encouraged.
T2. Physical chemistry of soft matter and life science (Reference invited plenary: Benedetta MENNUCCI)
Contributions from experiments and computer simulations of any kind of molecular systems spanning from organic polymers to biopolymers. Emphasis on the atomistic details responsible for the specific physico-chemical properties and biochemical activity is encouraged.
T3. Physical Chemistry of energy production and storage (Reference invited plenary: Danilo DINI)
Contributions from experiments and computer simulations, from preparation to characterization, of all materials and processes relevant for the energy production and storage. Presentation of devices and the interpretation of their properties also from the atomistic perspectives is encouraged.
T4. Theoretical and computational chemistry (Reference invited plenary: Alexandre TKATCHENKO)
Contributions on new theoretical methods, software implementation and code benchmarking, machine learning development in chemistry and multiscale computer simulations in chemical applications of molecules and materials. Comparison with experiments is encouraged.
T5. Physical Chemistry approach to catalysis (Reference invited plenary: Ainara NOVA)
Contributions from preparation to characterization of any kind of system relevant in catalysis. Emphasis on the atomistic details responsible for the specific catalytic activity through the interplay between experiment and computer simulation is encouraged.
T6. Reactive processes in gas, liquid and solid phases (Reference invited plenary: Nadia BALUCANI)
Contributions from gas-phase reactive processes to those in liquid and solid phases by the interplay of experiments and computer simulations. Emphasis on potential energy surfaces and reaction mechanisms responsible of the chemical reactivity is encouraged.