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2nd IHRS-BioSoft Symposium
Biomolecular Machines: Simulations Meet Experiments


23 Apr 2018
24 Apr 2018
Forschungszentrum Jülich, Building 04.7, Auditorium (opposite Central Library)


Although development towards highly sophisticated and useful molecular machines is still in its infancy, significant breakthroughs have already showcased the range of prospects that can be achieved. From molecular machines to networks of cells, from chemical motions to protein interaction, a combination of experiments, theory, and simulations is required to characterize and construct new machines.

This symposium aims to provide an interdisciplinary get-together for young and young-at-heart scientists, with an overview of the field of molecular and biological machines.

Registration and abstract submission deadline: 01 March 2018

Organizers: C. Abaurrea Velasco, C. Alleva, D. Petrovic

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Clara Abaurrea
Phone: +49 2461 61-3627
email: c.abaurrea@fz-juelich.de









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