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3Dsig: Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biophysics
Sweden - Stockholm

Hosted by:ISCB
Dates:Jun 27, 2009 through Jun 28, 2009

Description
 
The 2009 3DSIG: Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biophysics satellite meeting is in its fifth instalment in what has become the most important annual meeting serving the computational structural molecular biology community. Over the years 3DSIG has presented a very dynamic program comprising two full days bringing together the established as well as up-and-coming leaders in the field in a series of 6 keynote lectures, 20 oral presentations chosen from within the contributed abstracts, a reception followed by a dinner and a post-dinner presentation and our very own signature poster/laptop session where all accepted contributors are invited to present their work as a traditional poster but also as an interactive laptop presentation and demonstration.

In 2008, the best two student presentations were awarded a prize (sponsored by MGMS). The list of past keynote speakers includes but is not restricted to: Rob Russell, Ron Unger, Gunnar von Heijne, Cyrus Chothia, Phil Bourne, Nick Grishin, Wah Chiu, John Moult, Jeff Saven, Janet Thornton, Steven Brenner, Anna Tramontano, Thomas Lengauer, Kevin Karplus, Sandor Vajda, Burkhard Rost, Ivet Bahar, Barry Honig, Alfonso Valencia, Tamar Schlick, Tanja Kortemme, Brian Shoichet. All aspects of computational molecular biology are welcome. The deadline for submissions is June 4th. For more information, including key dates and the list of confirmed keynote speakers for 2009, please visit: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~rafi/3dsig09
 
Additional Information
 
Event URL:http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~rafi/3DSig09/
ISCB Member Discount:None
Contact Person:Rafael Najmanovich ([javascript protected email address])


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