The Netherlands Society on Biomolecular Modelling (NSBM) and NBIC would like to inform you about the Autumn School "Biomolecular Structure and Function - Computational Approaches"
which will be held in Essen, Germany (November 26 - 30, 2012) and in Nijmegen, the Netherlands (December 3 - 7, 2012).
Overview of the programme:
The autumn school will have two parts, both with a mixture of short lectures, presentations, hands-on exercises, and project work.
In week 1 (26 - 30 November, 2012) one will focus on methods based on physical models of biomolecular systems. Topics of this week include molecular dynamics simulation, biomolecular electrostatics, protein-protein docking and matching, and machine learning for functional analysis.
In week 2 (3 - 7 December, 2012/)/ one will deal with methods that make empirical knowledge available for modelling proteins. Topics of this week include homology modeling, ligand docking, computational solutions for structural analysis with X-ray, NMR, SAXS, or Cryo-EM.
Further details are available at the websites: