The Gordon Research Seminar on Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting edge ideas.
The GRS will precede the GRC on the same topic, and will give a unique opportunity to PhD students and post-doctoral researchers to present their unpublished research and discuss it with their peers. The meeting will also include lectures from prominent academics who will reflect on their groundbreaking work in the field.
In the selection of talks, special attention will be given to the integration of computational methods with experimental NMR spectroscopy, with particular focus on:
- novel computational tools for interpreting or utilizing experimental NMR data
- computational modeling based on or compared to experimental NMR restraints
- quantitative interpretation of protein dynamics from pico- to milliseconds using NMR spectroscopy
- mechanistic studies of protein folding and unfolding
- theoretical and computational approaches to the ensemble representation of biomolecules and comparison to experiment
- comparison of measured (NMR) and simulated protein dynamics (MD)