BioBytes: learn about practical computing solutions for molecular modelling, ligand docking and molecular dynamics
The three day Biobytes workshop (19-21 June 2012), a collaboration between the School of Life Sciences and the Centre for Parallel Computing at the University of Westminster, aims to introduce practical computing solutions to bioscientists who work in the areas of molecular modelling, ligand docking and molecular dynamics. Topics presented include the use of Autodock and AutodockVina, GROMACS and Grid technologies. Pamela Greenwell is one of the SeIUCCR Community Champions and her group has utilised these approaches in their own biosciences research.
Email greenwp [at] wmin [dot] ac [dot] uk (subject: BioBytes) (Pamela Greenwell (greenwp [at] wmin [dot] ac [dot] uk) )directly for further information and to register your interest.
Posted by NeilChueHong on Monday 7 May 2012.