Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association Meeting
May 18-19, 2018
at Louisiana State University
About SETCA: The Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association (SETCA) is a loose organization of theoretical and computational chemists from across the Southeastern United States. Since its inception in 1970 by Prof. Bruno Linder of Florida State University, its primary function has been an annual conference to give faculty, students, and postdoctoral associates an opportunity to present their most recent research results.
It is especially exciting for the Center for Computation and Technology at LSU to be welcoming such a talented and diverse group of computational chemists. SETCA has a longstanding tradition of excellence in bringing together these communities to address the widespread challenges of computational chemists, and we at LSU are looking forward to continuing this tradition.
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE to register.
Meeting: $77 per person
Banquet: $40 per person
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: Submit here
LODGING: special rates have been reserved for SETCA participants at The Cook Hotel located on campus.
Ask for group code "180517SOUT" or "Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Assn" when calling in. Deadline: APRIL 23 (afterwards, rooms and rates are based on availability!)
The Cook Hotel
3848 W. Lakeshore Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
(225) 383-2665 or 1-(866) 610-2665
Single ($97); Double ($117)
BANQUET: The SETCA Banquet will be held Friday evening from 7:00PM-9:00PM, May 18th, at the Jack and Priscilla Andonie Museum located next to The Cook Hotel. Banquet tickets can be purchased at registration for $40 per person (cash bar for adult beverages).
PARKING: Parking is available in the lot (#X116) nearest the Digital Media Center (#341) located off East Parker Drive. Click for map (on the map key it is area L23). If you will be driving and do not have a LSU parking tag, please let us know when you register by selecting the "Parking tag needed" box. There is a $10 fee for parking on the LSU campus. (Free parking in The Cook Hotel parking lot).
LSU BUS SYSTEM: The LSU Tiger Trails Transit System is a safe, convenient, and free bus service for LSU visitors. Day service is provided Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:35 p.m. The PURPLE TRAIL will run from the Cook Hotel area [STOP 9] to the Digital Media Center [STOP 6], and it also makes a loop around campus every 10 minutes. A Night Bus (A or C) service also runs on 20/25 minute intervals with an altered route.
AIRPORTS: The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) and the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) service the Baton Rouge area. The Cook Hotel is located approximately 10 miles from BTR and a 1.5 hour drive from MSY.
Dr. Kenneth Lopata, Louisiana State University