KSR Symposium Announcement

                  Simulation of Polypeptide and Protein Structure
                                    May 3-4, 1993
 A symposium to discuss research progress in the Theory CenterUs Parallel
 Processing Resource for Biomedical Scientists, as well as recent advances
 in computational chemistry and polypeptide modeling.
 Sheraton Inn and Conference Center
 One Sheraton Drive
 Ithaca, New York 14850
                               PRELIMINARY AGENDA
 Malvin H. Kalos
 Director, Cornell Theory Center
 Welcome & Overview of the Parallel
 Processing Resource for Biomedical Scientists
 David Shalloway
 Biochemistry, Cornell University
 Effective Energy Simulating Annealing for Molecular Structure
 Harold Scheraga
 Chemistry, Cornell University
 The Multiple-minima Problem in
 Protein Folding
 Peter Kollman
 University of California/San Francisco
 Molecular Dynamics and Free Energy
 Calculations of Protein
 George Nemethy
 Biomathematical Sciences/Mt. Sinai Medical Center
 The Structure and Assembly of Collagen
 Daniel Ripoll/Richard Gillilan
 Cornell Theory Center
 Simulation and Visualization of
 Acetylcholinesterase Electrostatics
 Klaus Schulten
 Physics, University of Illinois
 Large Scale Simulations of
 Protein-Membrane Systems
 John Brady
 Food Science, Cornell University
 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of
 Andrew McCammon
 Chemistry, University of Houston
 Computer-aided Molecular Design
 Chani Pangali
 Kendall Square Research Corporation
 Computational Chemistry on the KSR1
 Jan Hermans
 Professor, Biophysics University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
 Molecular Dynamics Studies of Peptide
 Conformational Equilibrium
 Dr. Dzung Nguyen, Ph.d
 Scientist, Biosym Technologies, Inc.
 Molecular Dynamics Study of the Structure and Dynamics of Proteins in
 a Crystalline Lonic Environment
                              POSTER SESSION
 To apply for a poster session and/or video theatre presentation, please send
 abstract of research to cal # - at - # tc.cornell.edu by March 30, 1993.
 In conjunction with the symposium, the Theory Center will conduct,
 during May 5-7, a training workshop on using the KSR1 parallel
 computer. A fee will be charged for the training workshop. Registration
 available separately.
 Two local hotels have set aside rooms for the nights of May 3-4. Please
 make your reservations directly with the hotel and mention that you are
 coming for the Simulation of Polypeptide and Protein Structure
 symposium. Reservations must be made by April 12 to assure room
 Sheraton Inn
 One Sheraton Drive
 Ithaca, NY 14850
 607-257-2000 or 1-800-257-6992
 607-257-3998 (fax)
 Rates start at $62
 Holiday Inn
 2310 North Triphammer Road
 Ithaca, NY 14850
 607-257-3100 or 1-800-465-4329
 607-257-4425 (fax)
 Rates start at $60
                               REGISTRATION FORM
 Return this part only, by April 5:
 Symposium on Simulation of Polypeptide
 and Protein Structure
 May 3-4, 1993
 Sheraton Inn and Conference Center, Ithaca, NY
 Name: __
 Title: __
 Organization: __
 Address: __
 City/State/Zip/Country: __
 Phone/Fax: __
 Email: __
 Special dietary requirements:
 Other ________________________________________
 Return completed form to:
 (deadline April 5, 1993)
 Donna Smith, Conference Coordinator
 422 Theory Center
 Cornell University
 Ithaca, NY 14853
 607-254-8686; 607-254-8888 (fax)
 donna # - at - # tc.cornell.edu