|CCL 11.05.05 CECAM workshop on Dynamics & thermodynamics of biomolecular recognition; Paris, France|
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Date: Fri Jan 21 09:26:10 2011
Subject: 11.05.05 CECAM workshop on Dynamics & thermodynamics of biomolecular recognition; Paris, France
CECAM workshop Dynamics & thermodynamics of biomolecular recognition May 5-7, 2011, Palaiseau (just outside of Paris), France For details, see the CECAM web site: www.cecam.org We are accepting applications for participation and for a limited number of contributed talks. Please send email to the organizers, including a CV, list of publications, and an abstract if you are proposing a contributed talk. Confirmed speakers: Gerard Hummer, NIH; Charles Brooks, U Michigan David Case, U New Jersey; Andy McCammon, UCSD Jay Ponder, Washington University; Huan-Xiang Zhou, U Florida; David Mobley, U New Orleans Johan Aqvist, Uppsala; Georgios Archontis, University of Cyprus; Stefan Boresch, University of Vienna; Chris Chipot, CNRS; Annick Dejaegere, U. Strasbourg; Jonathan Essex, U Southampton; Holger Gohlke, U Frankfurt; Richard Henchman, U. of Manchester; Lennart Nilsson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm; Thomas Simonson (Organizer), CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique; Wilfred van Gunsteren, ETH Zurich; Rebecca Wade, HeidelbergNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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