|CCL 09.08.04 Molecular Simulation & Modeling using CHARMM & MMTSB Tool Set, August 04-07 2009, UCSD.|
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Date: Thu May 21 19:33:47 2009
Subject: 09.08.04 Molecular Simulation & Modeling using CHARMM & MMTSB Tool Set, August 04-07 2009, UCSD.
Application deadline is July 1, 2009 Workshop Organizers: Charles L. Brooks, III, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Michigan David Case, Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Rutgers University Description: This workshop will provide participants with a solid introduction to the theory and methodology behind current methods of molecular simulations in biophysics: force field development, simulation algorithms, analysis techniques and advanced sampling and simulation methods, and structure prediction/refinement (including Go-Models). Participants will be involved in hands-on applications of these principles through tutorials and individual pursuits, conducted with the mentorship of leading researchers in the field of molecular biophysics theory and simulation. The workshop will focus on the implementation of these approaches through the Amber and CHARMM macromolecular simulation programs and the MMTSB Tool Set. This workshop is aimed at graduate students, postdocs and faculty who have a background in quantitative areas of biology as well as physics and chemistry. Participation will be limited to a total of 30 invited researchers. Presenters: Jianhan Chen, Biochemistry, Kansas State University Michael Feig, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Michigan State University Jana K. Shen, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Oklahoma Link: http://ctbp.ucsd.edu/workshops/index.php?id=27 Apply: http://ctbp.ucsd.edu/workshops/workshop_reg.php?id=27NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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