AWS Covid projects - getting started

Today CCPBioSim announces the first of our Covid-19 cloud computing research projects powered by Project_Xbow: the Michel Group at the University of Edinburgh Department of Chemistry is developing ligands for the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein to enable new medical imaging and drug screening applications. #EPSRC #AWS

8th Annual Conference

Save the Date!

 

The 8th Annual Frontiers in Biomolecular Simulation Conference will be held in Edinburgh, 2nd-4th September 2020. More details and registration information coming soon.

7th Frontiers in Biomolecular Simulation Conference and Poster Prizes

 Thanks to all our speakers and poster presenters for a great conference!

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Multiscale Conference

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 4th Manchester Multiscale Conference! The conference will take place 30 March - 1 April 2020 at the Manchester Conference Centre. There is a great line up of speakers: Maria Fyta (Stuttgart, Germany), Frauke Gräter (Heidelberg, Germany), Syma Khalid (Southampton, UK), Horst Lillig (Greifswald, Germany), Céline Merlet (Toulouse, France), Irina Paci (Victoria, Canada), Lars Pastewka (Freiburg, Germany), Anđela Šarić (UCL, UK), and Rebecca Wade (Heidelberg, Germany). The early bird registration deadline is 1 December 2020 and the final registration deadline is 30 January 2020. The abstract submission deadline is 30 January 2020. Details and registration at www.ccpbiosim.ac.uk/multiscale2020.

Workshop Registration Deadline Extended

There are still some spaces available for the training workshops in Bristol on the 3 and 6 September, so the registration deadline has been extended to 1 September. The three workshops are Introduction to BioSimSpace, Introduction to ISAMBARD, and Advanced BioSimSpace. Details and registration: http://www.ccpbiosim.ac.uk/training-sept2019