Hünfeld 2018: Computer Simulation and Theory of Macromolecules



The exponential increase of known protein structures and the wealth of experimental data on biomolecular dynamics and function particularly in the single molecule field creates a rapidly growing demand for computer simulation studies at the atomic level.

This informal and interdisciplinary meeting for physicists, chemists, and biologists using and/or developing computer simulation techniques for the study of biological molecules aims at providing on overview of recent developments and applications as well as an informal and lively platform for future collaborations.

We schedule a series of progress reports (20 min + 5 min discussion) by students and postdocs which we expect to motivate stimulating discussions. Posters are also very welcome and will be presented and discussed during an evening poster session. The conference language is English.

We are looking forward to welcome you at the next meeting, April 20-21, 2018 in Hünfeld!

Registration is open now and will close on 20th February.

To register for the workshop visit the website.

There is also funding available via BioExcel to attend this workshop. Up to 10 fixed-amount support grants are available for students or early career scientists to attend the workshop. For further details on how to apply for these grants, see here.


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Date/Time
20 Apr, 2018 - 21 Apr, 2018
All Day

Location
St. Bonifatiuskloster

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