Honoring the life and career of Dr. Klaus Schulten, professor of physics and leader in the field of computational biophysics, the symposium took place at the Beckman Institute on November 7-9, 2017.
[00:01-04:24] Attila Szabo, National Institutes of Health (Chair)
[04:24-50:32] "Cryo-electron Tomography or the Challenge of Doing Structural Biology in situ"
Wolfgang Baumeister, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
[50:32-1:30:33] "Using Computer Simulations to Advance our Understanding of Biological Systems at the Atomic Level"
Benoit Roux, University of Chicago
"Proton-coupled Electron Transfer in Enzymes and Photoreceptor Proteins"
Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, University of Illinois
(Removed at presenter's request)
[1:30:45-1:36:21] Video: Biophysical Society Interview
[1:36:53-2:13:40] "Klaus' Computational Microscope Applied to Harvesting, Transfer, and Trapping Solar Energy for Photosynthesis"
Neil Hunter, University of Sheffield
[2:13:44-2:47:55] "Reaction Paths, Stochastic Modeling, and the Mean First Passage Time"
Ron Elber, University of Texas at Austin
[2:48:45-3:27:36] "Capturing Biological Membranes and Membrane Proteins in Action Using Advanced Simulation Technologies"
Emad Tajkhorshid, University of Illinois
[3:27:48-3:37:41] "Closing Remarks"
Theodore 'Ted' Brown, Founding Director of the Beckman Institute, University of Illinois
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- Date Added: 02/13/18
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