Multiscale Modelling of Biomolecular Systems

Programme Multiscale Modelling of Biomolecular Systems (combined ACMM/NSBM symposium)

Date and location: Friday 28 November 2014, VU University, Amsterdam


10.30 Coffee & Welcome
11.00 Opening
11.05 Ursula Roethlisberger (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
12.00 João Rodrigues (Utrecht University))
Co-evolution as a powerful resource for predicting the structure of protein-protein complexes
12.20 Lunch and poster session
13.30 Manuel Melo (University of Groningen)
Adaptive resolution simulations with Martini
13.50 Csaba Daday (University of Twente)
Excited states in complex environments: You can't always get what you want
14.10 Behrouz Eslami-Mossalam (Leiden University)
Multiplexing nucleosome positioning signals and genetic information
14.30 René de Jong (DSM)
Engineering nature’s enzyme repertoire for food and pharma
14.50 Tea break and poster session
15.50 Xianlong Wang (UESTC, Chengdu, China and VU University)
Full system quantum mechanical calculation of protein-ligand interaction energy with subsystem density functional theory approach
16.10 Matteo Giani (University of Twente)
Coarse-grained simulations of clathrin assembly initiated by adaptor proteins
16.30 David Jones (University College London, UK)
Keynote: Progress and challenges in predicting protein structure from amino acid sequence covariation
17.25 Closure
17.30 Drinks and poster session

We are looking forward to welcome you at the mini-symposium.

Program Committee:
Jocelyne Vreede (UvA)
Paola Gori-Giorgi (VU)
Daan Geerke (VU), Sanne Abeln (VU)

Advisory Board (NSBM+ACMM):
Gerry Nicolaes (UM)
Gert Vriend (UMCN)
Peter Bolhuis (UvA)
Evert Jan Meijer (UvA)
Matthias Bickelhaupt (VU)
Luuk Visscher (VU)