ACMM Symposium

The next ACMM symposium will be organized at the Free University in Amsterdam with local, national and international speakers. The symposium is free and open for friends of the ACMM and anyone with an interest in multiscale modeling.


12.30 Welcome (coffee)
13.00 Giovanni Vignale(University of Missouri)
Quantum continuum mechanics for many-body systems
13.40 Ran Ni, University of Amsterdam
Self-assembly of fibril-forming polypeptides: interplay between folding and assembly
14.20 Tea break
14.40 Nicola Bonzanni, Free University of Amsterdam
Hard-wired heterogeneity in blood stem cells revealed using a multi-scale network model
15.20 Alfons Hoekstra, University of Amsterdam
Multiscale modelling in Cardiovascular Disease
16.00 Tea break
16.20 Gabor Paragi, Free University of Amsterdam
Theoretical and experimental studies of the self-assembly of purine derivatives
17.00 Matthew Habgood, Imperial College London
Crystal Structure Prediction: Progress and Case Studies from London
17.40 Closure