Workshop Details
Modeling Biomolecular Structures, Interactions, and Functions
06/13/2011 - 06/17/2011
Meeting Description:

In this post-genomic era, computational structure prediction is an extremely active field. It is also one of the sub-fields in computational biophysics with largest number of practitioners around the world. The ever-increasing sequence and structure databases demand a fast development of computational prediction algorithms. Although certain computational methods are commonly shared with other fields, there are methods unique to this field such as the ones for developing empirical potential functions, for identify remote sequence/structure homologues, for sequence-sequence and structure-sequence alignment, and for functional prediction. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together the key players around the world to discuss major issues in methodology development.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 W. Colorado Telluride CO 81435

Modeling Biomolecular Structures, Interactions, and Functions Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Barrick, Douglas Johns Hopkins University
Chen, Shi-Jie University of Missouri-Columbia
Duan, Yong UC Davis
Elber, Ron [2nd Reservation] University of Texas at Austin
Grishin, Nick UT Southwestern
Jernigan, Robert Iowa State University
Kihara, Daisuke Purdue University
Kozakov, Dima Boston University
Liang, Jie University of Illinois at Chicago
Markwick, Phineus University of California San Diego
Orban, John University of Maryland
Pierce, Levi UCSD
Roy, Ambrish CCMB
Vakser, Ilya University of Kansas
Zhou, Yaoqi IU School of Informatics
Zou, Xiaoqin University of Missouri-Columbia

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