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Date: Wed Feb 27 22:35:18 2008
Subject: 08.07.01 4th EMBO Practical Course on Biomolecular Simulation, Paris, France
The 4th EMBO Practical Course on Biomolecular Simulation
http://cwp.embo.org/pc08-12/
July 1-8 2008    Paris, France

The 4th EMBO Practical Course on Biomolecular Simulation
will take place from July 1-8 2008 at the
Pasteur Institute in Paris, France.
 
The course topics will include:
 Molecular and Brownian dynamics simulation, Monte Carlo techniques,
 electrostatics, free energy calculations, QM/MM, homology modeling,
 drug design

 Course organizers:
 Michael Nilges (Pasteur Institute, Paris)
 Rebecca Wade (EML Research, Heidelberg)

 Course lecturers:
 Arnaud Blondel
 Valerie Daggett
 Konrad Hinsen
 Leslie Kuhn
 Richard Lavery
 Phineus Markwick
 Alan Mark
 Adrian Mulholland
 Tom Simonson
 Anna Tramontano

 Registration forms and course details are at:
 http://cwp.embo.org/pc08-12/

 Registration deadline:  10 April 2008

--
 Rebecca Wade
 http://www.eml-r.org/english/homes/wade/
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