Klaus Schulten Lectures: 2007
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January 2007, Urbana, Illinois, University of Illinois, University of Illinois, Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering
Lecture: "Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Mechanics of Living Cells"
February 2007, Chicago, Illinois, University of Chicago, Department of Physics
Lecture: "Atomic Level Resolution of Cellular Organelles - The Case of Photosynthetic Chromatophores"
February 2007, Bethesda, MD, NIH
Lecture: "BBM Panel/Biochemistry and Biophysics of Membranes Study"
March 2007, Arlington, VA, NSF / New Frontiers in Dynamic Systems" Workshop
Lecture: "Brain and Brawn in Nanosystems Modeling"
April 2007, Chicago, IL, UIC
Lecture: "BAR domain-membrane"
April 2007, Davis, California, University of California, Davis, Department of Applied Science
Lecture: "Petascale Computing in the Biosciences - Simulating Entire Life Forms"
May 2007, Los Angeles, CA, UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
May 2007, Austin, Texas, University of Texas, Distinguished Lecture Series in Petascale Simulation
Lecture: "Petascale Computing in the Biosciences - Simulating Entire Life Forms"
May 2007, Bethesda, Maryland, National Institutes of Health, "Structural Biology Interest Group" Seminar
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
May 2007, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois, Department of Physics, Understanding Complex Systems
Lecture: "Pruning Degrees of Freedom in Biomolecular Dynamics Simulations through Coarse-graining and Continuum Approaches"
May 2007, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Complexity of Biological and Soft Materials, 27th Annual Conference of the Center for Nonlinear Studies
Lecture: "How Directional Translocation is Regulated by a DNA Helicase Motor "
May 2007, Bethesda, MD, Center for Scientific Review
Lecture: "BBM Panel/Biochemistry and Biophysics of Membranes Study"
June 2007, Albany, NY, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, "Mini-Symposium on Molecular Machines and the Biology of Movement"
Lecture: "Picosecond-to-millisecond Computational Modeling of the Small Motor Protein PcrA Helicase"
June 2007, Keystone, Co, Summit on Biomechanics
Lecture: "Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Mechanics of Living Cells"
July 2007, Munich, Germany, Technical University of Munich
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
July 2007, Boston, MA, 21st Symposium of the Protein Society
Lecture: "Studying Protein Elasticity and Unfolding by Single Molecule Experiments in vitro and in silico"
July 2007, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois, NCSA / Multicore Workshop
Lecture: "Early user Experience on the Abe Parallel Computer with NAMD"
August 2007, Urbana, Illinois, University of Illinois / CCM Summer Course Cell Mechano-sensitivity
Lecture: "Life under Tension"
August 2007, Breckenridge, CO, The 8th International Hydrogenase Conference
Lecture: "A simulation-based Approach for Designing an O2-tolerant Hydrogenase"
August 2007, Boston, MA, 234th ACS National Meeting & Exposition
Lecture: "Computational Microscopy Merging Crystallographic and Electron Microscope Images"
August 2007, Boston, MA, 234th ACS National Meeting & Exposition
Lecture: "From Megaflops to Teraflops: From Molecules to Cells"
September 2007, South Kensington, London, UK, Workshop on Multiscale Modelling in Biomolecular Systems, Imperial College
Lecture: "Amino Acid-based and Shape-based Forward and Backward Coarse Graining Strategies for ms Simulation of Lipid-protein and Protein-protein Assemblies"
September 2007, Upton, NY, Computational Biology/Bioenergy Workshop and Mini-Symposium, Brookhaven National Lab
Lecture: "Multiscale Biomolecular Modeling from Molecules to Cells"
October 2007, Ames, IA, Iowa State University
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
October 2007, Bethesda, MD, NIH, IC Directors Mini-Retreat
Lecture: "Computational Biology"
October 2007, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Life in Motion, Bio-X Symposium 2007
Lecture: "Computational Approach to Structural Systems Biology"
October 2007, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Student Hosted Physical Chemistry Colloquia Series
Lecture: "Life Under Tension"
October 2007, University of California, San Diego, CA, Physical Chemistry Seminar
Lecture: "Life under Tension: The Mechanical Forces of Proteins"
November 2007, University of California, Irvine, Institute for Genomics an Bioinformatics, Distinguished Speaker Series
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
November 2007, San Diego, CA, The Scripps Research Institute, Workshop on Advanced Topics in EM Structure Determination
Lecture: "Fitting Crystallographic Structures into EM Density Maps. Analyzing Results through Physical Modeling and Computer Graphics"
December 2007, Berkeley, CA, UC Berkeley, Department of Chemistry, Berkeley Structural and Quantitative Biology seminar series
Lecture: "Multiscale Modeling of Cellular Systems"
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