Argonne Computational Biology Workshop

Rusty Lusk lusk at donner.mcs.anl.gov
Wed Aug 12 13:43:47 EST 1992


  
		  NSF-DOE INSTITUTE IN COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
				       
      A Week-Long Institute at the Advanced Computing Research Facility
			 Argonne National Laboratory
			     December 7-11, 1992
				       

Areas to be covered:
 
    Biomolecular Structure Determination
    Simulation of Enzyme Reactions
    Protein Folding
    Molecular Dynamics and Drug Design
    Sequence Analysis

Institute Faculty:
  
    Axel Brunger, Yale University
    Arieh Warshel, University of Southern California
    Peter Wolynes, University of Illinois
    Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois
    Gary Olsen, University of Illinois
 

Eligibility and Selection Criteria:
  
  Institute limited to 25 graduate students and/or postdoctoral researchers.
  Preference given to those likely to advance computational biology research.
  Applications due September 30, 1992, supported by a letter of recommendation.
 
Note: Participants will receive free lodging for December 6-10 and a stipend
for meals and incidental expenses.  Travel costs will be reimbursed up to
$750.

For further information and application materials, write, call, or email:
  
  Karen Neumann 
  Mathematics and Computer Science Division 
  Argonne National Laboratory 
  Argonne, Illinois  60439-4844 
  708-252-7163 
  neumann at mcs.anl.gov
 

The Institute in Computational Biology is being organized by Paul Bash of
Florida State University (904-644-7048, bash at scri.fsu.edu) and Ewing Lusk of
Argonne National Laboratory (708-252-7852, lusk at mcs.anl.gov), who can also be
contacted for more information. It is supported by the National Science
Foundation and by the U.S. Department of Energy.

 



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