|CCL 07.06.21 OpenEye EuroCUP Meeting, Sheffield, UK|
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To: chemistry-request at ccl.net
Date: Thu May 24 09:28:25 2007
Subject: 07.06.21 OpenEye EuroCUP Meeting, Sheffield, UK
Dear Colleague, The final program for OpenEye's first European science meeting, which will take place on the 21st and morning of the 22nd of June in Sheffield, England, is available below. We have scheduled three sessions: Thursday morning will be on chemical information and modeling, Thursday afternoon on structural information, and Friday morning on electrostatics. Thursday evening will be the keynote lecture given by Dr. Dave Timms recently retired from AstraZeneca. There will also be opportunities to meet the developers of OpenEye software and learn about our approach to modeling. I think the line-up is very strong for this first European meeting and hope you can join us. Look forward to seeing you in Sheffield, Anthony Nicholls, President and CEO OpenEye Scientific Software, Inc. ---------- Notes and reminders: - EuroCUP 2007 online registration: http://www.eyesopen.com/cgi-bin/eurocup_reg - Registration is FREE and remains open. - Reserve EARLY at the conference hotel as availability is limited! The conference hotel is: Hilton Sheffield Hotel <http://www.hilton.co.uk/sheffield> Victoria Quays, Furnival Road Sheffield, S47YA, UK tel: 44 (0) 114 252 5500 fax: 44 (0) 114 252 5511 email: nicholas.goldwasser^hilton.com Please request the special "OpenEye EuroCUP" group rate (meals included) of GBP140. ---------- Thursday, June 21 8:00 Registration / Tea, coffee, pastries 8:45 Welcoming remarks, Anthony Nicholls, OpenEye Morning : Chemical information and modeling 9:00 "Virtual Exploration of Chemical Space by Database Generation", Jean-Louis Reymond, University of Berne 9:40 "Breaking the Language Barrier: Chemical Nomenclature around the Globe", Roger Sayle, OpenEye 10:10 Morning break 10:30 "Using Pareto Methods to Evolve Structure-activity Relationships", Val Gillet, University of Sheffield 11:00 "Communicating Chemical Information in a Research Organization", Joe Corkery, OpenEye 11:30 "Further Adventures in Shape Space", Paul Hawkins, OpenEye 12:00 Lunch 13:15 OpenEye Product Review - Ligand-based design, Paul Hawkins, OpenEye Afternoon : Structural information 14:15 "Structure and Property Predictions for Molecular Organic Molecules: Progress and Blind Tests", Graemer Day, University of Cambridge 14:55 "Computed Crystal Energy Landscapes for the Prediction and Understanding of Polymorphism", Sally Price, University College London 15:25 Afternoon break 15:45 "Validating Crystallographic Ligands", Brian Kelley, OpenEye 16:15 "Exploiting Ligand Conformations in Drug Design", Jonas Bostrm, AstraZeneca 16:45 "When Pigs Won't Fly...", Gerard Kleywegt, Uppsala University 17:30 Keynote lecture: "Drug Discovery: Research or Process?", Dave Timms, AstraZeneca (retired) 19:00 Conference Dinner ---------- Friday, June 22 8:15 Tea, coffee, pastries Morning: Electrostatics 9:00 "Piling Pelion on Ossa: the Tangled Web of Tautomer Preference", Peter Taylor, AstraZeneca (retired) 9:40 "Five Years of Field Comparisons and Other Dangers of Letting Chemists & Physicists Talk", Geoff Skillman, OpenEye 10:10 Morning break 10:30 "The Sheffield Solvation Model and Other Stunningly Simple Ideas to Improve Molecular Modeling", Andrew Grant, AstraZeneca 11:00 "Protein Electrostatics, Function, and Environment", Jim Warwicker, University of Manchester 11:30 "Physically Correct Charges. Think You Use Them? Think Again", Anthony Nicholls, OpenEye 12:00 Concluding remarks, Anthony Nicholls, OpenEye ---------- For abstracts, see: http://www.eyesopen.com/about/events/eurocup/index.html ----------NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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