PRACE Spring School 2016 and E-CAM Tutorial on Molecular and Atomic Modelling

16 May, 2016 – 20 May, 2016 @ 09:00 – 17:00 – The PRACE Spring School 2016 and E-CAM Tutorial will take place in Dublin, Ireland, from 16-20 May 2016. Erik Lindahl from BioExcel partner KTH, will present a talk and tutorial at the school. Registration deadline 3rd May. Participants are expected to have some experience with Linux systems and programming in C/C++/Fortran. Erik will give a talk […] [...]

ExTASY Tutorial: Tools for Advanced Sampling of Macromolecular Systems

16 May, 2016 – 17 May, 2016 @ 09:00 – 17:00 – Please join us on this two-day tutorial course to be held at EPCC in Edinburgh on the 16th and 17th of May 2016. “This tutorial will provides an introduction to Advanced Sampling methods for macromolecules based on the Locally Scaled Diffusion Map (LSDMap) and Complementary Coordinates (CoCo) methods. Participants will have the opportunity to learn […] [...]

HPC Summit Week

09 May, 2016 – 12 May, 2016 @ All Day – BioExcel is participating in two workshops within the HPC Summit Week in Prague. The first one is the EXDCI workshop, that will take place on Monday 9th May from noon to Tuesday 10th noon with presence of the Centers of Excellence (CoEs) for computing applications, FETHPC projects and European Exascale projects. The second one is the Extreme-scale Demonstrators […] [...]

Workshop: Addressing training needs for advanced simulations in biomolecular research

03 May, 2016 – 04 May, 2016 @ 09:00 – 17:30 – BioExcel is inviting to a workshop on addressing training needs for advanced simulations in biomolecular research. The workshop will be hosted by the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), in Hinxton, UK on 3-4 May 2016. For details, see the full programme and registration information. In brief, the workshop will start at 09:00 on Tuesday 3 May […] [...]

Course: Advanced methods for the integration of diverse structural data with NMR data

11 Apr, 2016 – 15 Apr, 2016 @ 09:00 – 13:15 – The course aims at training young researchers in the combined use of NMR data with other structural biology techniques, such as SAXS, X-ray diffraction or Cryo-EM in order to understand and rationalize the structural and dynamical properties of macromolecular systems. In addition, this course will introduce and make extensive use of user-friendly e-science portals to […] [...]