Event Date/s: From Wednesday 05 September 2018 - 12:30 To Friday 07 September 2018 - 14:00
The annual showcase of the highlights of Biomolecular Simulation methods and applications taking place at the University of Oxford.
The provisional outline program can be found here.
The full program is available to download here.
You can arrive at any time, but registration is from 11am onwards Wednesday in the Monson Room. The lunch service will not start until 12.30 and goes through to 14.00.
Check in time for the rooms is from 2:00pm and check out is kindly requested by 10:00am on the day of departure. Bags can be stored at the lodge or in the main meeting room on the Friday.
Anyone with an allergy or dietary requirement should makes themselves known to the catering staff, who will help them make a selection. If you prefer a vegetarian option at the main meals you must inform us by the 31/08/2018.
Porters Lodge- The Porters’ Lodge is manned 24 hours a day, although the Night Porter may be out on site from time to time. If you arrive at night and the Porter is not in the Lodge you can call them on 01865 274300 and they will return to the Lodge.
Parking is very limited. It is strongly advised to come by train/bus/taxi. If you are still hoping to drive please contact us immediately - do not simply assume you can park!
Wifi: There is eduroam but if you are not on eduroam, then you can connect to "the Cloud" service. You can also register with the Cloud prior to arrival here.
Dr. Ulrich Zachariae, University of Dundee, UK
Dr. Martin Ulmschneider, King's College London, UK.
Prof. Lucie Delemotte, KTH, Sweden
Prof. Frank von Delft, Diamond, UK
Dr. Julien Michel, University of Edinburgh, UK
Prof. Rebecca Wade, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany
Prof. Birgit Strodel, Julich, Germany
Dr. Andela Šarić, UCL, UK
Dr. Ben Cossins, UCB, UK
Dr. Chris de Graaf, Heptares, UK
Conference: September 5 - September 7, 2018
Registration opens: 5th May 2018
Abstract submission deadline: 5th July 2018
Final registration deadline: 5th August 2018
Registration is now CLOSED. The program is being prepared and will appear shortly.
Please state clearly whether you want to be considered for a talk or poster or both. Only abstracts for which payment has been received will be considered.
The conference will be held at the stunning Lady Margaret Hall.
The venue website can be found here.
Lady Margaret Hall
Oxford OX2 6QA
Note: Parking is extremely limited. The train station is about 20 minutes walk, or 5-10 by taxi.
Prof. Philip Biggin (University of Oxford, UK)
Prof. Francesco Gervasio (UCL, UK)
Dr Edina Rosta (King's College London, UK)