Math/Chem/Comp 2019

Math/Chem/Comp 2019
31th MC2 Conference


On June 10–14, 2019 in Dubrovnik (Croatia) we will celebrate the anniversary 31st International Course and Conference on the Interfaces among Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Sciences (Math/Chem/Comp, MC2-31), organized under the joint auspices of the Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia, and the University of Zagreb (Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science), Croatia.



List of Participants

Book of Abstracts


The 3rd Circular

The 2nd Circular

The 1st Circular

Registration Form



Director: Hrvoj Vančík, Professor of Chemistry, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Co-director: Jerzy Cioslowski, Professor of Physics, University of Szczecin, Poland




Dragan Amić (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia), Vincenzo Aquilanti (University of Perugia, Italy), Attila G. Császár (Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary), Tomica Hrenar (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Bono Lučić (Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia), Roland Mitrić (University of Würzburg, Germany), Dejan Plavšić (Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia), Andreas Savin (UPMC Sorbone University, Paris, France), Miguel Sola (University of Girona, Spain), Peter Stadler (University of Leipzig, Germany), Péter Surján (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary), Jesus Ugalde (Euskal Herriko University, Euskadi, Spain), Dražen Vikić-Topić (University of Rijeka, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia), Damir Vukičević (University of Split, Croatia)



Aleksandru Balaban, Ivan Gutman, Milan Randić, Nenad Trinajstić, Tomislav Živković



MC2-31 will be held in Dubrovnik on 10–14 June, 2019. Dubrovnik is situated on Adriatic Coast in the southern part of the Republic of Croatia and, in recognition of its beauty, has been designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The venue of the meeting will be the Inter-University Centre (IUC) located at don Frana Bulica 4 (in the vicinity of the western gate [Vrata od Pila]) of the Old City.



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 methods and computational algorithms in modeling of atoms, molecules, and chemical processes;

2.  Mathematical chemistry and chemical graph theory;

3.  Molecular modeling in practice (including molecular dynamics and aggregation);

4. Chemical experiments, industrial processes, and mathematical interpretation




The conference program will include invited lectures, contributed oral presentations, and posters.




Workshop in computational chemistry



Participants may register and submit abstracts by e-mail to the director of the conference at the address:


Conference website:


Registration submission deadline: April 15, 2019.

The abstract template will be available on the conference website.

Abstract submission deadline: May 15, 2019.

Abstracts in other formats will not be accepted.




The recommended dimensions of the posters are 90×120 cm (16.5"×22"). All posters to be presented should include a conference logo (available on the conference website), concise title, names and complete addresses of authors with indication of the author presenting the poster.



The papers presented at the MC2-30 meeting will be published as a special issue of Croatica Chemica Acta.

All contributions will be refereed. The participants are encouraged to submit their manuscripts before the meeting or at the latest upon arrival in Dubrovnik. Those unable to attend are invited to send their manuscripts to the director of the conference.



The conference registration fee includes the following:

•    admission to all scientific sessions

•    conference materials

•    conference trip and dinner

•    coffee or juice at breaks

•    IUC reception party


Registration fee

Before April 15, 2019: 180.00 € (80.00 € for students*) + 25% VAT.

After April 15, 2019: 200.00 € (100.00 € for students*) + 25% VAT.

Accompanying persons: 100.00 € + 25% VAT.

*Conference participants without Ph. D. degrees. A letter from the undergraduate mentor or the Ph.D. advisor is required.


Bank transfer to:

BANK NAME: Zagrebačka banka d.d.

BANK ADRESS: Paromlinska 2, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

IBAN: HR5823600001101522208


ACCOUNT HOLDER: Sveučilište u Zagrebu Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Horvatovac 102A, 10000 Zagreb

ACCOUNT NAME: Math.Chem.Comp.

Name of the participant is required!




All correspondence concerning the meeting should be addressed to:

Prof. Hrvoj Vančík

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics,

University of Zagreb

Horvatovac 102A, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia 
phone: 385 1 4606 400; fax: 385 1 4606 401

e-mail: vancik@chem.pmf.hr




The participants are urged to make reservations as soon as possible as the number of rooms is limited and Dubrovnik is a popular tourist destination. Information regarding reservations of accommodation and other tourist matters can be obtained by e-mailing to:

Mrs. Danijela Štrman danijela.strman@gulliver.hr

There are special prices for private accommodation in Dubrovnik for all the IUC conferences participants. For more information contact please Mrs. Danijela Štrman in Gulliver travel company. City of Dubrovnik can be reached by air from Zagreb and most of the European cities, by bus coaches from Zagreb, Rijeka and Split, by boat from the ports of Rijeka and Split, or by boat from Italy.

The participants are responsible for booking of accommodation and transportation. The conference organizers cannot assume any responsibility for these matters.

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