Klaus Schulten Lectures: 2002
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November 2002, Berkeley, CA, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Life Sciences Division
Lecture: "Membrane Proteins in Action as Seen by in situ Molecular Dynamics Simulations"
October 2002, Bad Honneff, Germany, Biophysics School
Lecture: "Light Harvesting and Primary Energy Conversion in Photosynthesis"
Lecture: "Immunoglobulins and Fibronectins - Essential Proteins for the Mechanics of Cells"
October 2002, US/UK Meeting on High Performance Computing
Lecture: "Large Scale Simulation of Membrane Protein Function"
September 2002, Boston, MA, APS Workshop
Lecture: "Membrane Proteins in Action"
September 2002, San Feliu du Guixois, Spain, EURESCO Conference on “Computational Biophysics: Integrating Theoretical Physics and Biology; Biophysics from First Principles: EuroConference: From the Electronic to the Mesoscale”
Lecture: "Physics of Photosynthetic Units in Purple Bacteria: From Light Absorption to ATP Synthesis"
August 2002, Seattle, WA, 10th International Conference on Retinal Proteins
Lecture: "Spectral Tuning and Photodynamics in Visual Receptors"
August 2002, San Diego, CA, Protein Society Meeting
Lecture: "The Mechanical Functions of Proteins"
June 2002, Bari, Italy, National Meeting on the Phtysics of Matter (INFMeeting)
Lecture: "Thermal Disorder in Bioelectronic Systems"
June 2002, Schloß Reisensburg, Germany, Search Conference “Development of Theoretical Methods for Complex systems”
Lecture: "Structure-Sequence Graphics, Dynamic Modeling, Multi-Scale and Physical Analysis Tools for Nanometric Macromolecular Devices in Biological Cells"
May 2002, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Physics
Lecture: "From Simplicity to complexity and back: function, architecture and mechanism of light harvesting systems in photosynthetic bacteria"
May 2002, College Park, MD, University of Maryland, Scientific Computation Seminar
Lecture: "Physics of the kidney: How it filters a bathtub of water a day without letting a proton pass"
May 2002, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, NCSA Alliance All-Hands Meeting Keynote Address
Lecture: "Grid Tools for Biomolecular Modeling"
May 2002, Rochester, MN, Mayo Foundation, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department Seminar
Lecture: "Molecular Dynamics Investigation of Transport Aquaporins"
May 2002, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Olga G. Nalbandov Symposium on “Membrane Proteins: Experimental and Computational Approaches to Understanding Cellular Function”
Lecture: "Membrane Channels in Action"
April 2002, Urbana, IL, University of Illlinois at Urbana-Champaign, NCSA NAMD Workshop 2002
Lecture: "Introduction to Molecular Dynamics Simulations; What Can We Learn from MD Simulatlions?; Accelerating Processes via Steered MD"
April 2002, Chicago, IL, UIC/UIUC Symposium on Bioinformatics in Medicine and Biology
Lecture: "Convergence of Sequence and Sstructure Information in VMD"
April 2002, Orlando, FL, 223rd American Chemical Society Meeting, Division of Physical Chemistry, Symposium “Forces in Biology”
Lecture: "Investigating the Mechanochemistry of Immunoglobulin, Fibronectin and ATPase by Steered Molecular Dynamics"
April 2002, Bloomington, IN, Indiana University, Physics Department Colloquium
Lecture: "The Physics of Photosynthesis"
February 2002, San Francisco, CA, 46th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society
Lecture: "Molecular Dynamics Investigations of Transport in Aquaporing"
February 2002, Ames, IA, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry
Lecture: "Static and Dynamic Disorder of the Exciton System in Light Harvesting Complexes LH2 and PS1"
January 2002, Klosters, Switzerland, 37th Winter Seminar, Biophysical Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Cybernetics of Cell Function
Lecture: "The Mystery of Membrane Channels, Fast Conduction, and Strong Selection, Approached Through Crystallography and Modeling"
January 2002, Sante Fe, NM, Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM), Workshop on Self-Organizing Biomoleculars - The Evolving Picture
Lecture: "Studying Water and Glycerol Transport in the Membrane Channel Protein Aquaglyceroporin"
January 2002, Sante Fe, NM, PMMB Meeting, Modeling Across the Scales - Atoms to Organisms
Lecture: "Modeling the Mechanical Functions of Proteins and DNA"
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