MD-GAS COST Action Newsletter No2

It is our pleasure to release the second Newsletter of our MD-GAS COST Action. 

Please, find attached Newsletter No2 with a selection of scientific highlights, information, and the latest news about the Action and its activities.

Particularly, we are glad to announce the publication of the Roadmap on dynamics of molecules and clusters in the gas phase which has been published in The European Physical Journal D!

Our article is available online here

Please, read the information about new COST grant opportunities, past conferences, and our industrial partners' activities.

Save dates for our 2nd annual MD-GAS meeting which will take place from 4th-8th of October 2021 in a virtual form. More information will appear soon!

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We would like to thank all of you who kindly contributed to this edition of the Newsletter.

Thank you so very much!

We strongly encourage all of you to continuously contribute with information of interest for the MD-GAS community. For instance job offers, info about labs and software, and research highlights - in particular from articles acknowledging the MD-GAS COST Action. Please remember to include the following acknowledgment text in print and online publications: series, special issues, scientific papers, posters, brochures, etc.:

This article/publication is based upon work from COST Action CA18212 - Molecular Dynamics in the GAS phase (MD-GAS), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).

We also encourage you all to use the e-MDGAS participant portal to add your research profile, publications and also any active projects you are working on. You have this opportunity in your Intranet. This reduces the need for emails and means that we have a central record of what members are doing which makes this easier for us to update the website and social media. You may also send your contributions to and

If you have not yet registered through the website and thereby joined at least one of the Working Groups, please do so by following this link: