|CCL 15.09.14 MIB VII: QM and MM description of biomolecules, development of new techniques, analyses, and insights into the bio-systems|
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Subject: 15.09.14 MIB VII: QM and MM description of biomolecules, development of new techniques, analyses, and insights into the bio-systems
MIB VII: QM and MM description of biomolecules, development of new techniques, analyses, and insights into the bio-systems 14 -- 18 Sept., 2015 Prague, Czech Republic Topics contemporary computational methods and their applications new developments in biochemical and biophysical disciplines associated with applications of basic theoretical approaches and molecular simulations applications of quantum chemical methods on molecular models molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo and molecular mechanics simulations in biodisciplines designed biomaterials, drug design interactions in molecular materials modeling biomaterials, nucleic acids and protein dynamics protein structure prediction modeling chemical reactions tools for computational chemistry Conference web-pages: http://physics.mff.cuni.cz/kchfo/MIB15/NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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