Since 1986, the Math/Chem/Comp meetings have been bringing together researchers working on diverse subjects spanning mathematics, computer science, and chemistry. In continuation of this tradition, presentations concerning all aspects of current research on computer modeling, combinatorics, graph theory, and topology applied to any area of chemistry, physics, material and life sciences will be welcomed. The conference program will include invited plenary and special lectures workshops and posters. In particular, the MC2-31 meeting will revolve around the following topics:
1. Mathematical chemistry and chemical graph theory;
2. Mathematical methods and computational algorithms in modeling of atoms, molecules, and chemical processes;
3. Molecular modeling in practice (including molecular dynamics and aggregation);
4. Chemical experiments and mathematical interpretation
5. Philosophy of Chemistry
The conference offers the ECTS credits for the graduate students.