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.
[00:01-06:00] Emad Tajkorshid, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois (Chair)
[06:00-12:55 ] James C. Phillips, Beckman Institute, NCSA
[12:55-21:51] Wen-Mei Hwu, Electrical and Computer Engineering, CSL
[21:51-30:11] John E. Stone, Beckman Institute
[30:11-34:27] Yann R. Chemla, Physics and NSF Center for the Physics of Living Cells
[35:14-1:03:07] "Towards Simulating the Minimal Cell"
Zaida 'Zan' Luthey-Schulten, University of Illinois
[1:03:07-1:39:52] "Synergy Between NMR, Cryo-EM and Large-scale MD Simulations-An All-atom Model of a Native HIV Capsid"
Angela M. Gronenborn, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
[1:39:52-2:15:55] "Pursuing Klaus' Vision: Folding Chromatin Fibers by Mesoscale Simulations"
Tamar Schlick, New York University
[2:15:55-2:57:08] "Force Propagation in Biomolecular Complexes: in-vitro Meets in-silico"
Hermann E. Gaub, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat
[2:57:08-3:08:34] Video: Memorial Tribute by Tamar Schlick, NYU
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- Date Added: 02/09/18
- Author: BeckmanInstitute
- Length: 03:08:44