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Date: Thu Dec 23 09:43:28 2010
Subject: 11.04.04 25th Molecular Modeling Workshop, Computer-Chemie-Centrum, Erlangen, Germany
This year, the 25th Molecular Modelling Workshop 
will take place on April, 4th to 6th. 
For the ninth time, the workshop will be hosted by the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. 
The research group of Professor Tim Clark at the Computer Chemistry Center will be responsible 
for the technical organization. Dr. Christian Kramer, Novartis, Basel, will be responsible for the 
scientific organization.

This workshop encourages young scientists - especially graduate students - to present and 
discuss their research topics. Young scientists at the beginning of their academic careers will 
be able to meet new colleagues from academia and gain feedback from industrial colleagues.

Contributions are welcome from all areas of molecular modeling -
from the life sciences, computational biology, computational chemistry to materials sciences.

We are pleased to announce the following three confirmed plenary speakers:

Kenneth M. Merz, Jr.	University of Florida at Gainesville
Emad Tajkhorshid	Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michele Parrinello        ETH, Zurich

Additionally, Jurgen Brickmann	(Molcad GmbH, Darmstadt) will give historical overview of previous
Molecular Modelling Workshops.

Oral and poster presentations

Oral presentations should not exceed 20 minutes (including discussion); 
posters should be prepared in portrait format (90x140cm). Talks with solely commercial 
content (i.e., that aim at advertising a product) will no longer be accepted.

The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts for oral and poster presentation is
March 18th, 2011.
Registration is only possible online. Please submit abstracts for oral and poster presentation 
(one page DIN A4 format) no later than March 18th by e-mail to 

Conference location

All talks, coffee breaks, the poster session and the buffet dinner will take place at the 
Institute of Organic Chemistry, Henkestrasse 42.

MGMS-DS Travel Bursaries

Participants must organize travelling and accommodation themselves. However, there is a 
limited amount of travel bursaries: 
-Participants from Germany could receive 200 Euro, 
-Participants from other countries could receive 350 Euro as travel bursary. 
These will be available only to undergraduate or graduate research students. 
Written applications for a bursary must include a supporting reference letter from the 
research project supervisor. 
Please address bursary applications to mmws2011-$ 


For further information, and a list of abstracts already received, please visit this workshop 
Please address additional questions regarding the organization of the workshop to 
The general meeting of the MGMS (German Section) will be held during the workshop. 
The conference fee amounts to 50 Euro (Students: 25 Euro). This fee includes the annual 
membership fee for the MGMS-DS. 

We are looking forward to meeting you in Erlangen!

Tim Clark
Christian Kramer
Harald Lanig
Tatyana Shubina
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