|CCL 19.03.11 School on molecular computational biochemistry, Krakow, Poland|
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Date: Thu Jan 17 11:19:24 2019
Subject: 19.03.11 School on molecular computational biochemistry, Krakow, Poland
School on molecular computational biochemistry ICSC PAS, Krakow, Poland, 11-14 March 2019 It is our pleasure to invite you to a 4-day long school on molecular computational biochemistry that will take place in the Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow on 11-14 March 2019. The school is dedicated mainly to PhD students and advanced undergraduate students with interest in computational methods used to study molecular phenomena of biochemistry and biophysics. The lecturers at the school will be (in alphabetic order): - Margareta Blomberg, Stockholm University, Sweden, - Lukasz Cwiklik, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic, - Artur Gora, Silesian University of Technology, Poland, - Fahmi Himo, Stockholm University, Sweden, - Wojciech Plazinski, ICSC PAS, Poland, - Lubomir Rulisek, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic, - Ulf Ryde, Lund University, Sweden, - Andrzej Sokalski, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland, - Martin Srnec, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic, - Matthias Stain, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Germany, - Sam de Visser, The University of Manchester, Great Britain. The lecture topics include: - MD simulations of biosystems, - MD enhanced sampling methods, - Modeling enantioselectivity in enzymes, - Methods for protein tunnels and cavity exploration, - Transition state theory & concepts in (bio)catalysis, - Solvation models, - Electrostatics of molecular interactions, - Nonempirical techniques aiding drug and biocatalyst design, - Reaction mechanisms including electron and proton uptake in heme-copper oxidases, - Valence bond method and spin-state reactivity, - QM/MM methods, their application to metalloenzymes and their combination with experimental methods. The cost of fee is: - 250 PLN for undergraduate and PhD students, - 500 PLN for research staff. Apply by 8th February by filling in a participation form available at the school web-page: http://www.ik-pan.krakow.pl/Informacja-ogolna.981+M5fbc8ba8112.0.html For students from outside Poland there will be stipends available from the PROM programme to cover fee, travel and stay costs. THE PROM PROGRAMME INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP EXCHANGE OF PHD CANDIDATES AND ACADEMIC STAFFNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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