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CECAM Macromolecular simulation software workshop

I’m co-organiser of this slightly-different CECAM workshop in October 2015 at the Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany. Rather than following the traditional format of 3-4 day populated by talks with the odd poster session, this is an extended workshop made up of six mini-workshops. Since it is focussed on python-based tools for biomolecular simulations, of which there are an increasing number, the first mini-workshop will be a Software Carpentry bootcamp that I will be lead instructor on (helped by David Dotson from ASU). I’m also leading the next mini-workshop on analysing biomolecular simulation data.

By Philip Fowler

Philip W Fowler is a computational biophysicist studying antimicrobial resistance working at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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