Workshop Details
Free Energy Simulation: From academic research to industrial application
07/04/2011 - 07/08/2011
Meeting Description:

Due to tremendous effort, free energy simulation has become a useful tool in chemistry, biophysics, and drug discovery. In the recent years, due to the efficiency limitation, free energy simulation has not shown long-time promised capabilities, in particular in the industrial applications. With the introductions of advanced algorithms and the increases of computing powers, we start observing some initial reincarnation of general free energy simulation strategy in both academic researches and industrial applications. At this moment, we would like to gather active scientists and leaders in this area to exchange ideas and look into the future.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Free Energy Simulation: From academic research to industrial application Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Andricioaei, Ioan Univ California Irvine
Arrar, Mehrnoosh University of California, San Diego
Darve, Eric Stanford
Fujitani, Hideaki University of Tokyo
Gilson, Michael UC San Diego
Guimaraes, Cristiano Pfizer
Hansen, Niels ETH Zürich
Hirata, Fumio Institute for Molecular Science
Koenig, Gerhard NIH/NHLBI/LCB
Langmead, Christopher Carnegie Mellon University
Merz, Kenneth Univ. of Florida
Mobley, David University of New Orleans
Palma, Nuno BIAL Department of Research & Development
Pu, Jingzhi IUPUI
Schmidler, Scott Duke University
Schnieders, Michael U. of Texas at Austin
Shirts, Michael University of Virginia
Wereszczynski, Jeff University of California, San Diego
Wu, Yujie Schrodinger LLC.
Xu, Huafeng D. E. Shaw Research
Yang, Wei FSU
Zhou, Ruhong IBM Watson Lab
Zuckerman, Daniel University of Pittsburgh

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