8 January 2009:
ACMM symposium

We are happy to announce the next symposium of the Amsterdam Center for Multiscale Modeling on January 8, 2009. There is no registration fee and the symposium is open to computational scientists, students, and anyone else with an interest in the ACMM.

Students and post-docs are invited to submit a poster for the poster session by sending an email to acmm-info-scienceuva.nl with the title and the author(s) of the poster.

Program:

13.30       Berend Smit, University of California, Berkely, USA
Interactions between proteins in membranes
14.10 Meta van Faasen, Vrije Universiteit
Many-electron systems in boxes: from compressed atoms to electron scattering
14.50 Thorsten Erdmann, AMOLF
Optimal precision of noisy gene expression domains and the role of spatial averaging
15.20 Coffee break
15.40 Simon Portegies Zwart, Universiteit van Amsterdam
The Gravitational Billion Body Problem
16.20 Jutta Rogal, Universiteit van Amsterdam
A novel transition path sampling approach to assess multiple-state transition networks
16.50 Andreas Götz, Vrije Universiteit
Solvent Shifts of NMR Spin-Spin Couplings Constants from Frozen-Density-Embedding
17.20 Reception and poster session