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Mark your calendars for the 60th Sanibel Meeting:
“The Theory Meeting for Theoreticians”
February 16-21, 2020

12 September 2019 – The Symposium website is moving to a new platform. Over the next few weeks we’ll be finishing the transition. Registration will be open beginning 16 Sept. Please be patient with the rest of the changes. Thank you!

26 March 2019 – The Awards lists have been updated. Both the 2019 (59th Sanibel Symposium) and 2018 (58th Symposium) awardees are listed. We apologize to the 2018 awardees; inexplicably their names had not been added to the listing. Use “2019 Awards & Poster Prizes” link at the left.

08 Feb. 2019 – The full program schedules are available via the “Schedule of Presentations” link at left.

07 Feb. 2019 – ALL of the abstracts are posted (Plenary Speaker, Invited Speaker, Oral “Hot Topics”, Posters). Use the “2019 Abstracts & Program Booklet” link at left please.

Mar. 25, 2019: Contributions to the 59th Symposium Proceedings are due on or before April 30, 2019. See info at left.

The Sanibel Symposium on Quantum Chemistry, Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Dynamics, and biological applications is being organized once again by the University of Florida’s Quantum Theory Project. It will be held from February 17th — 22nd, 2019 on St. Simons Island, GA (King and Prince Hotel). The 60th Meeting will address several topics primed for critical future development.

In addition to poster presentations, the recently revised Sanibel format allows for up to thirty selected 15-minute oral presentations. Please see the SPEAKER INSTRUCTIONS for more information.

The meeting site is the historic King and Prince Hotel on St. Simons Island, Georgia.  Also, there will be two social events for the attendees and accompanying persons. Please make housing arrangements promptly, as we expect a large attendance. Also note that there are several daily flights from Atlanta to Brunswick, Georgia, which is within a fifteen-minute cab ride of the King and Prince Hotel. Alternatively, one can fly to Jacksonville Florida, about an hour away, and arrange the shuttle (see travel information), or rent a car.

All attendees are encouraged to submit papers to the Sanibel Proceedings, published by Molecular Physics. All papers will be peer reviewed. The deadline for submitted papers from the 59th Symposium (2019) is April 30, 2019.

We look forward to seeing you!