The theme of this meeting was "Computers in Chemistry" so, the plenary session focused on Computational (Bio-)Chemistry achievements from world leaders in the field: Dr. George C. Schatz, Dr. Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, Dr. David Baker, and Dr. William L. Jorgensen.
Even if you missed the meeting, you can't miss these lectures available below!
William L. Jorgensen
30 years of free energy perturbation theory: From free energies of hydration to drug discovery
Post-evolutionary biology: Design of novel protein structures, functions and assemblies
George C. Schatz
Using self-assembly to make functional materials: Computational perspectives
Proton-coupled electron transfer in catalysis and energy conversion
Among the recordings from San Diego are the Kavli Foundation Lecture Series: Innovations in Chemistry (Dr. Emily Carter) and Emerging Leader in Chemistry (Dr. Rommie Amaro), speaking on
Computing cures: Enabling chemical discovery through the lens of a computational microscope