Event Date/s: From Monday 06 June 2022 - 12:00
To Wednesday 08 June 2022 - 13:00
The 8th annual meeting of CCP-BioSim will have the theme Machine Learning.
The conference will showcase the important advances in technology, theory, and methodology that are impacting on the power and significance of biomolecular simulation as a technique for addressing important biological problems. This will be placed within the wider landscape of the growing importance of machine learning on biomolecular simulation.
The conference will be taking place at the University of Edinburgh.
More details to follow.
Associate Professor Dr Giovanni Bussi, SISSA, Physics and Chemistry of Biological Systems, Italy
Dr Alpha Lee, Unversity of Cambridge, UK
Dr Christopher Woods, University of Bristol, UK
Associate Professor Lucie Delemotte, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Dr. Frank Noé, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Dr Elisa Fadda, Maynooth University, Ireland
Registration opens January 2022
Early Bird registration deadline: TBC
Abstract submission deadline: TBC
Final registration deadline: TBC
Abstracts for oral and poster contributions are strongly encouraged for all participants. There are a number of contributed talk slots available, and posters will be on display during the whole conference, with designated poster sessions taking place on both evenings.
Instructions for submitting abstracts will be included in the confirmation email at the point of registration.
All selected contributing speakers will be notified in advance.
The conference will start with registration and lunch in the afternoon of Monday June 6th, and will end around lunchtime on Wednesday June 8th. The programme can be found here soon.
CCPBioSim is an inclusive wide-ranging project, bringing together chemists, physicists and chemical engineers as well as researchers from all branches of ‘molecule-oriented’ biochemistry and biology. Our aim is to involve experimentalists and computational specialists, sharing the belief that the best science can be done when theory and experiment are closely integrated. CCPBioSim develops and provides training and tools to lower the barrier to non-experts becoming proficient and productive users of biomolecular simulation techniques. We also work to develop and apply advanced methods.
Accommodation is not provided for this conference and should be arranged separately by the attendee, a list of recommended hotels will soon be confirmed.
Dr Julien Michel, University of Edinburgh, Chair
Professor Franca Fraternali, Kings College London
Dr Adrian Bunzel, University of Bristol
Dr Antonia Mey, University of Edinburgh
Dr Benjamin Hanson, University of Leeds