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Date: Thu Nov 1 07:39:13 2007
Subject: 08.01.07 Biomolecular Simulation 2007: frontiers of biomolecular simulation, Bristol, UK
Biomolecular Simulation 2008, the second annual meeting of the 
Collaborative Computational Project for Biomolecular Simulation (CCPB),
will be held at Bristol Zoo, UK between the 7th and 9th January 2008.

The focus of the meeting will be on cutting-edge methods and applications, 
in particular high accuracy calculations of mechanisms and interactions, 
methodological developments, multi-level methods, and large-scale 

We are pleased to announce the following invited speakers:

Victor Guallar (Barcelona Supercomputing Centre)
Jan Jensen (University of Copenhagen)
Adrian Roitberg (University of Florida)
Mike Sutcliffe (University of Manchester)
Inaki Tunon (University of Valencia)
Marcus Elstner (TU Braunschweig)
Siewert-Jan Marrink (University of Groningen)
Johan Aqvist (University of Uppsala)

Further talks will be chosen from submitted abstracts. The abstract deadline 
is 16th November 2007. The final registration deadline is 30th November 2007.

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