The EuChemS CompChem is the flagship event of the European Chemical Society Division of Compu­tational and Theoretical Chemistry (DCTC). Established in 1994, after twelve editions in ten different European countries and an online event in 2021, the DCTC decided to change the conference acronym from EuCo-CTC to EuChemS CompChem.

The European Conference on Computational and Theoretical Chemistry is a platform for scientists in academia, industry and governmental institutions to showcase recent advances, developments and trends in theoretical chemistry, molecular modeling, simulation, and related areas. Computational chemistry has revolutionized the study of molecular processes by enabling the efficient use of allocated time and resources in designing processes, characterizing new materials, and discovering new drugs. The steady and consistent development of new methods and theoretical approaches, recent breakthroughs in algorithms and massive compute resources, and machine learning/artificial intelligence advances have made it possible to predict molecular properties at a level of accuracy necessary for industrial use bringing computational chemistry to a new era.

The 14th edition of the conference focuses on the Electronic Structure Theory and Applications, Artificial Intelligence in Chemical Research, Materials Design, Biomolecular Systems, and Computational Chemistry in Industry. Each of these topics is the theme of a dedicated session.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you in Thessaloniki!

Dr. Zoe Cournia
Chair of the 2023 European Conference on Computational and Theoretical Chemistry

Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens
EuChemS DCTC Treasurer


Do not miss the opportunity to participate in the European Chemical Society Conference on Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.



You have the chance to actively participate in the scientific program through the submission of your scientific paper.



  • Electronic Structure:
    Theory and Applications
  • Artificial Intelligence in Chemical Research
  • Materials Design
  • Biomolecular Systems
  • Computational Chemistry in Industry