CCP5/CCP_BIOSIM MOLECULAR SIMULATION AND SOFTWARE TRAINING SCHOOL - MATERIALS AND BIOMOLECULES
@Universidad Católica del Norte, Antofagasta, Chile
date: 13-17 MAY 2019
This school has as a main goal to provide researchers, PhD and Master students with training on the use of computational techniques used to simulate molecular systems. This school is intended mainly for newcomers to the science of molecular simulations and will provide a comprehensive introduction to the methodology, practical sessions and examples oriented to show the versatility of these methods. The practical sessions will give the attendees practice in internationally leading simulation codes which are free to use.
Teaching language is English.
Prof Neil Allan, University of Bristol
Prof Ilian Todorov, Daresbury Laboratory
Dr Chin Yong, Daresbury Laboratory
Dr Michael Seaton, Daresbury Laboratory
Dr Alin M Elena, Daresbury Laboratory
Prof Neil Allan, University of Bristol, UK, "Jugando con atomos"
Dr Arturo Martinez, CINESTAV, Mexico, "Ciencia de materiales en la energya y medio ambiente"
Dr Carlos Pinilla, Universidad del Norte, Colombia, "Computational modelling of equilibrium isotope fractionation and thermal stability of minerals at conditions of Earth's interior"
Dr Pere Alemany, Universidad de Barcelona, Spain, "The effects of temperature on molecuar shape and symmetry"
Dr. Sergio Conejeros
Dr. Francisco Calderón
Dr. Cynthia Torres
Dr. Luisberis Velázquez
contact local organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Basic knowledge of physics, chemistry and mathematics at undergraduate level.
Basic knowledge of linux
Selected candidates for the school will pay a fee of 250 USD
The participation fee includes:
Lunches from Monday to Friday
Social Dinner on Thursday (8:30pm Stein Restaurant, Av Angamos 144, Antofagasta)
However, we are also offering a limited number of grants to partially/totally cover participation fee, accommodation and travel expenses for attendants from other countries and regions. Request of grant MUST be done during application filling the registration form.
REQUEST OF GRANT MARCH 31, 2019.
REGISTRATION APRIL 15, 2019.
PAYMENT OF THE SCHOOL FEE APRIL 30, 2019.
|Day 1||Overview of molecular simulations||Statistical Mechanics 1||Refreshment||Intro. to Practical session||Lunch||Practical Workshop 1||Refreshment||Practical Workshop 2||Prof Neil Allan|
|Day 2||Molecular Dynamics 1||Molecular Dynamics 2||Refreshment||Intro to DL_POLY||Lunch||Practical Workshop 3||Refreshment||Practical Workshop 4||Dr Arturo Martinez|
|Day 3||ForceFields||MC||Refreshment||Rare Events and Free Energy||Lunch||Practical Workshop 5||Refreshment||Practical Workshop 6||
Dr Carlos Pinilla
|Day 4||Intro to DL_FIELD I||Intro to DL_FIELD II||Refreshment||DPD 1||Lunch||Practical Workshop 7||Refreshment||Practical Workshop 8||Dr Pere Alemany|
|Day 5||DPD 2||Intro to DL_MESO||Refreshment||Practical Workshop 9||Lunch|
-Participation is restricted to no more than 50 participants
- Upon registration, payment details will be sent.
- Registration will be considered as definitively confirmed upon payment only.
- In case of cancellation, before March 31, 2019, 80% refund of the paid quote is provided (taxes and costs excluded). After March 31, 2019, no refund will be possible.
- Attendants applying for grants should send a recommendation letter by their supervisor, group leader or senior scientist to the Local Organisers (email@example.com), supporting the request.
Laboratory material can be found here https://drfaustroll.gitlab.io/cs2019/