NIH-sponsored Workshop on
Theoretical and Computational Biophysics
Chicago, IL
August 10-11, 2022

NAMD Developer Workshop at Chicago, IL


We are pleased to invite you to the next edition of the NAMD developer workshop jointly organized by the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and the University of Chicago, and to be held at the University of Chicago, Illinois.

This workshop is intended to gather the community of
NAMD developers for fruitful exchange on current and future developments of the program. It will consist of short presentations aimed at covering practical coding aspects, ongoing developments, architecture specificities, implementations of novel algorithms, as well as broader topics, notably future directions of the program and the parallel programming environment Charm++.

This workshop is not intended for scientific presentations about applications, although illustrative applications of on-going code developments would be welcome

Computational Biophysics Workshops

August 10-11, 2022

University of Chicago



Emad Tajkhorshid (UIUC)
Benoit Roux (UC)
Chris Chipot (CNRS, UIUC)
Rafael Bernardi (Auburn)

Mariano Spivak (UIUC)

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No Registration Fees Enrollment limited to 50 participants.

Significant Dates
Date (in 2022):
Application deadline for full consideration:
Friday, July 8th
Selection and notification of participants by:
Ongoing through July 29th
Confirmation of attendance by participants due by:
Two days after acceptance notice

Coffee breaks and lunches will be provided during the workshop. Attendants are, however, responsible for finding their own accommodation and arrange transportation to and from Chicago.

The workshop will be in person, organized by the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and is sponsored by:
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
NIH Center for Macromolecular Modeling and Bioinformatics (NIH P41GM104601)
Workshop advertised in part via a posting to the Computational Chemistry List (
Last updated: June 6, 2022
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