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GROMACS 2017 Hackathon: Exascale Data Generation and Analysis for MD Simulation

22 May, 2017 - 24 May, 2017 @ All Day - Registration is now open for the 2017 GROMACS Hackathon! The GROMACS Hackathon is an event held for GROMACS users and developers to get together and use the GROMACS code. This year, the Hackathon takes place in Gottingen, Germany. Molecular dynamics (MD) simulation performance has steadily improved over the last decade as a result of new [...]

BioExcel/PRACE Spring School 2017 – HPC for Life Sciences

10 Apr, 2017 - 13 Apr, 2017 @ All Day - Date: Monday 10 – Thursday 13 April 2017 Venue: KTH Main Campus, Stockholm, Sweden - How to get here Application opens: 23rd January 2017 Application deadline: Friday 17th March 2017 Participation: First-come, first-served Contact: Vera Matser Registration fee: £0, participants will need to cover their own accommodation and transport cost BioExcel will be providing a limited number of fixed amount [...]

Workshop on Hybrid Methods in Molecular Simulation

03 Apr, 2017 - 04 Apr, 2017 @ 09:00 - 17:30 - BioExcel is sponsoring the first workshop on Hybrid Methods in Molecular Simulation that will be held on April 3-4 at the Sala SEARCH of the Cagliari's city hall. The workshop will be a highly informal forum for PhD students, postdocs and (mostly) early stage researchers to present and exchange new ideas. Particularly important in this [...]

CECAM Workshop: Ion Transport from Physics to Physiology: the Missing Rungs in the Ladder

03 Apr, 2017 - 05 Apr, 2017 @ All Day - BioExcel is sponsoring this workshop held by CECAM (Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire). It will be held from April 3 to April 5, 2017 at CECAM-HQ-EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland. We envision four themes as major topics of discussion: 1. Identify roadblocks limiting present success of atomistic modeling. Why do molecular simulations sometimes fail to give [...]

Pasteur course – Bioinformatics of protein-protein interactions

03 Apr, 2017 - 07 Apr, 2017 @ All Day - The Institut Pasteur in Paris regularly holds 'ecole thématique' - courses for a variety of biological needs. Alexandre Bonvin, of BioExcel partner Utrecht University, and developer of the HADDOCK docking software, will be one of the instructors on this course. This will be a five-day, intensive school on bioinformatics. About Understanding physical and functional interactions [...]