- Accelrys European Headquarters
Cambridge Science Park
334 Cambridge Science Park
Accelrys Science Forum 2007
December 7, 2007.
Gareth WILDEN (Department of medicinal chemistry, AstraZeneca R & D Charnwood, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK) - "GA: PP Using Pipeline Pilot as a Genetic Algorithm"
Darren FAYNE, Tim JAMES, Andrew KNOX, Giorgio CARTA, David G. LLOYD (Molecular Design Group, School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity College Dublin, Irlanda) - "High-throughput virtual screening drug discovery"
Tim CLARK (Centre of Computational Chemistry, Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Nürnberg, Germania, Centre for Molecular Design, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Molecular Modeling, Springer, Germany) "Surface-Based in silico Techniques"
Peter HAYNES (Materials and Physics Department, Imperial College London) - "Linear-scaling Density-functional Theory for Life Sciences"
C. M. Venkatchalam (Researcher, Accelrys) - "A Rational Approach to Receptor-flexible Docking: Method and Validation Results"
James ELLIOTT (Materials Modelling Group, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge) - "A Semi-Empirical Molecular Orbital Study of Fullerene-Encapsulated Mo-S/Mo-O Nanoclusters"
Andrei GUSEV (Researcher, MatSim GmbH Zürich; Professor, Department of Materials, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich) - "Finite Element Approaches to Mesoscopic Materials Modelling"
Sam FRENCH (Senior Scientist, Johnson Matthey) - "Modelling Reactions at the Active Sites of Chiral Ruthenium Catalysts using Density Functional Theory"
Asen ASENOV (Device Modelling Group, Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Glasgow University) - "Simulation of Atomic Scale Effects in Nano-CMOS Devices"
Stephen TODD (Product Manager, Accelrys) - "Future Developments in Materials Studio 4.2"
Patricia GESTOSO-SOUTO (Senior Scientist, Accelrys) - "New Science in Contact Research Services: Case Studies, SIG's and Recent Initiatives"
Richard GILBERT (Principal Scientist, e2v Biosensors) - "Versatile Biosensor Labels"
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