Klaus Schulten Lectures: 2008
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January 2008, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Keystone Symposia J1 2008 - Frontiers of Structural Biology
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
February 2008, Long Beach, CA, 2008, 52nd Biophysical Society Annual Meeting & 16th IUPAB Intl Congress
Lecture: "Observing Protein Translocation in SecY and a SecY-Ribosome Complex through Molecular Dynamics"
February 2008, Salt Lake City, UT, University of Utah, Physical Chemistry Colloquium
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
April 2008, St. Louis, MO, Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Lecture: "How Directional Translocation is Regulated by a DNA Helicase Motor"
April 2008, Indianapolis, IN, Eli Lily, Global Drug Discovery Group
Lecture: "Advances in Molecular Dynamics Simulations"
May 2008, Physics Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Understanding Complex Systems 2008, Symposium
Lecture: "Brownian Ratchet Seen in Action: How Directional Translocation is Regulated by a DNA Helicase Motor "
May 2008, University of Illinois, Urbana, 2008 NCSA Private Sector Program Annual Meeting
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
June 2008, Barcelona, Spain, Barcelona Supercomputing Center on "Grand Challenges in Computational Biology"
Lecture: "The Computational Microscope"
June 2008, Sitges, Spain, XXI Sitges Conference on Statistical Mechanics
Lecture: "Coarse Graining in Biomolecular Simulations"
June 2008, Ascona, Switzerland, 2008 Presidentís Meeting of the International Society of Quantum Biology and Pharmacology (ISQBP)
Lecture: "Molecular Dynamics Simulations Beyond Microsecond, Beyond Million Atoms, Beyond Present Force Fields"
July 2008, Saxtons River, Vermont, FASEB, Molecular Biophysics of Cellular Membranes
Lecture: "Computational Modeling of Proteins Sensing and Controlling Cellular Membrane Mechanics"
August 2008, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Workshop on Nuclear Pore Complex: Bioloby, Physics and Nanotechnology
Lecture: "Gating Mechanism of the Nuclear Pore Complex Studied Through Molecular Dynamics"
September 2008, Lansing, MIchigan, Michigan State University, Quantitative Biology & Modeling Science at the Edge series
Lecture: "Molecular Dynamics Simulations Beyond Microsecond, Beyond Million Atoms, Beyond Present Force Fields"
September 2008, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, Erying Lectures in Chemistry and Biochemistry
Lecture: "Computational Microscopy of the Living Cell"
September 2008, University of Arizona, Tempe, AZ, Erying Lectures in Chemistry and Biochemistry
Lecture: "Physics of Photosynthesis in Purple Bacteria"
September 2008, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Siebel Center, UIUC SIAM Student Chapter Colloquia
Lecture: "Advanced Computing in Biology and Bioengineering"
October 2008, Atlanta, GA, Georgia Tech, International Launch Conference, Frontiers in Multi-Scale Systems Biology
Lecture: "Cellular Systems and Processes viewed through Hybrid Methods of Observation and Modeling"
November 2008, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Physics of Living Cells, Physics Frontier Center
Lecture: "Physical Mechanism of Protein Elongation In The Ribosome"
November 2008, Urbana, IL, Dial Club
Lecture: "The Animal Compass"
December 2008, 161 Noyes, UIUC Chapter, National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE)
Lecture: "Making Discoveries in Biology with the Computational Microscope"
December 2008, University of Houston, Houston, TX, NCMI Workshop on Single Particle Reconstruction
Lecture: "Cellular Systems and Processes viewed through Hybrid Methods of Observation and Modeling"
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