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Date: Mon Nov 13 08:15:25 2006
Subject: 07.03.26 Biological Diffusion and Brownian Dynamics Brainstorm, The Villa Bosch, Heidelberg, Germany
You are cordially invited to,

The Biological Diffusion and Brownian Dynamics Brainstorm.
The Villa Bosch, Heidelberg, Germany.  26th to 29th March 2007

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the state of the art in 
Brownian Dynamics simulations of biological macromolecules and related 
technologies. The aim is bring together leaders in the field and younger 
scientists, to discuss informally how to push the boundaries of these 
technologies. Participants will include theoreticians and experimentalists.

The meeting is spurred by recent advances in experimental methodology that
characterize diffusive processes in vivo and in vitro, and data on 
processes such as macromolecular crowding. These provide new opportunities
and challenges for the simulation of biological diffusion processes.

The first day of the meeting will be devoted to introductory lectures on 
essential theoretical aspects and tutorials and demonstrations of 
simulation software. On the subsequent three days there will be talks 
about current research, discussions on critical issues, and poster sessions.
Topics to be covered will include coarse-graining strategies, multiscale 
modeling, hydrodynamic interactions, hydrophobic interactions, 
experimental measurement of diffusional properties and the like.

We encourage participants to give a talk, present a poster or a software
demonstration.
Further information and registration can be found on our website:

http://projects.villa-bosch.de/mcm/BDBDB/

The deadline for registration and submitting abstracts is February 19, 2007.

The BDBDB organizers look forward to welcoming you in Heidelberg.


Mark Twain: "One thinks Heidelberg by day--with its surroundings-- is the 
last possibility of the beautiful; but when he sees Heidelberg by night, 
a fallen Milky Way, with that glittering railway constellation pinned to 
the border, he requires time to consider upon the verdict.". From 
'A Tramp Abroad'. http://twain.thefreelibrary.com/Tramp-Abroad/0-2



 Organizers:					EML Research gGmbH

    Anna Feldman-Salit
    Georgi V. Pachov
    Domantas Motiejunas
    Peter J. Winn
    Razif Gabdoulline
    Rebecca C. Wade
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