Invited speakers

Wolfgang Baumeister (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry) Studying the Molecular Sociology of Cells by Cryo-electron tomography

Ramachandra Bhaskara (Max Planck Institute of Biophysics) Membrane shredding, poration, and fusion studied with molecular simulations

Alexandre Bonvin (University of Utrecht) ntegrative, information-driven modelling of biomolecular complexes

Barbara Capone (Università Roma 3) Design of polymeric building blocks: Coarse graining, multiscale and theoretical predictions

Frederic Cazals (INRIA Sophia Antipolis) TLeveraging structural data by decoupling structure thermodynamics and dynamics

Pietro Faccioli (Università di Trento) Theoretical Characterization of Protein Folding Dynamics: Connecting Atomist Model with Time-Resolved Spectroscopy Data

Michael Feig (Michigan State University) Crowding in the cellular context: Tales of Clusters and Dynamics

Peter Freddolino (University of Michigan) Combining computational and experimental approaches to comprehend the “how” and “why” of bacterial transcriptional regulation

Helmut Grubmuller (Max Planck Institute of Biophysical Chemistry) Atomistic Simulation of Biomolecular Function: Ribosomal Translation, Ligand Binding Heterogeneity, and a Dynasome Perspective

Nicolas Leulliot (Université Paris Descartes) Molecular mechanism of RNA helicases.

Syma Khalid (Southampton University) Focusing the Computational Microscope on Bacterial Cell Envelopes

François Major (Université de Montréal) Predicting the structure of RBP recognition elements

Simone Melchionna (CNR Rome) Macromolecules and ions: what can we learn from multiscale simulations

Modesto Orozco (IRB Barcelona) Towards a holistic view of DNA

Mara Prentiss (Harvard University) Combining diverse information and techniques to understand biological function

Konstantin Roder (Univeristy of Cambridge) Multifunnel energy landscapes - how multiple functions are encoded in biomolecules

Kashif Sadiq (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies) Integrative approaches for modelling enzyme reaction-modulated assembly of phaseseparated biomolecular condensates

Karissa Sanbonmatsu (Los Alamos National Labs) Simulating nucleoprotein complexes: chromatin and ribosomes

Jiri Sponer (Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences) Improving the performance of the RNA AMBER force field by tuning hydrogen bonding interactions

Anand Srivastava (Indian Institute of Science) Degeneracy in Molecular Scale Organization of Biological membranes

Brigit Strodel (Forschungzentrum Jülich) Possibilities and current limitations of joining MD simulations and experiments: the cases of amyloid aggregation and membrane binding proteins

Gregory Voth (University of Chicago)  Multiscale Simulation of Protein Assemblies


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