Klaus Schulten Lectures: 2000
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January 2000, La Jolla, CA, Quantitative Challenges in the Post-Genomic Sequence Era, a Workshop and Symposium
Lecture: "Interactions and Mechanisms Controlling Assembly and Function of Multiprotein Systems in Membranes"
February 2000, Durango, CO, Keystone Symposia, Macromolecular Assemblies at Work: Application of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics to Biology
Lecture: "Interactions and Mechanisms Controlling Assembly and Function of Multiprotein Systems in Membranes"
March 2000, Arlington, VA, NSF Workshop on Dynamic Data-Driven Application Systems
Lecture: "Steered Computing - A Powerful New Tool for Molecular Biology"
March 2000, Regensburg, Germany, Symposium Biology and Physics
Lecture: "Steered Computing - A Powerful New Tool for Molecular Biology"
March 2000, Juelich, Germany, German Physical Society Annual meeting, Juelich Research Center
Lecture: "Steered Computing - A Powerful New Tool for Molecular Biology"
April 2000, York, UK, University of York, Modeling Biomolecular Mechanism Symposium
Lecture: "Steered Molecular Dynamics to Study Biopolymer Association and Stretching"
April 2000, Champaign, IL, University of Illinois, Parallel MD Development and Use -- Challenges and Opportunities Workshop
Lecture: "Steered Molecular Dynamics - a Powerful Tool for Molecular Biology"
April 2000, Nedlands, Western Australia, University of Western Australia
Lecture: "Master Classes in Molecular Biophysics"
April 2000, Arlington, VA, Meeting
Lecture: "NSF REVERSE SITE"
May 2000, San Diego, CA, University of California, Computational Sciences Seminar Series Keynote Speaker
Lecture: "Steered Computing - A Powerful New Tool for Molecular Biology"
June 2000, Heidelberg, Germany, Workshop "Innovations in Biochemical Visualization"
Lecture: "Visual and Steered Molecular Dynamics"
June 2000, Espoo, Finland, Symposium on "The Currents of Life - Electron and Proton"
Lecture: "Structure, Dynamics and Function of the Purple Membrane from Halobacterium Salnarum"
July 2000, Goettingen, Germany
Lecture: "Discovering the Mechanical Functions of Proteins"
July 2000, Heidelberg, Germany, EMBO Practical Course on Biomolecular Simulation
Lecture: " "Parallel MD + Visualization," "VMD/NAMD/SMD," "Research: Steered Molecular Dynamics""
July 2000, Ringberg Castle, Bavaria, Ringberg Workshop
Lecture: "Observation and Multiscale Modeling of Biomolecular Mechanics: How Proteins Pull and DNA Coils"
July 2000, NSF, NSF Workshop, Force Transduction in Biology workshop
Lecture: "Observation and Simulation to Study Mechanical Properties of Proteins"
August 2000, Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Electronc Spectroscopy
Lecture: "Migration of Electronic Excitation in Photosynthetic Chlorophyll-carotenoid Aggregates"
August 2000, Traverse City, MI, Protein Flexibility and Folding Workshop
Lecture: "Observation and Simulation to Study Mechanical Properties of Proteins"
August 2000, ACS Fall National Meeting
Lecture: "Proton Transport and Pumping in the Purple Membrane of Halobacterium"
August 2000, Hayama, Japan, Graduate University of Advanced Studies
Lecture: "Shonan Lectures"
September 2000, Litschau, Austria, STC 2000
Lecture: "Quantum Biology of LIght Harvesting in Photosynthesis"
September 2000, Szeged, Hungary, 9th International Conference on Retinal Proteins
Lecture: "Architecture and Photodynamics of the Purple Membrane in a Full-scale Molecular Dynamics Study"
September 2000, Washington, DC, First SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Plenary Lecture
Lecture: "Challenges and Opportunities for Computational Biology in the Teraflop Era"
October 2000, Durham, NC, Third Triangle Biophysics Symposium
Lecture: "Molecular Dynamics Investigations of Titin and Fibronectin Unfolding"
October 2000, Pittsburgh, PA, NCRR workshop
Lecture: "NA"
November 2000, Washington, DC, 8th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology
Lecture: "Theory and Modeling of Biological Nanodevices"
November 2000, Galveston, TX, Frontiers in Structural Biology of Membrane Proteins
Lecture: "Theory and Modeling of Biological Nanodevices"
November 2000, New York, NY, Seventh Nemethy Symposium, New York Academy of Medicine in Manhattan
Lecture: "Discovering the Mechanical Functions of Proteins"
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