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Meeting Gleanings

The organizers want to thank everyone who helped to make the workshop an interesting and inspiring meeting!


Some impressions will follow soon!

Lecture Awards:

  • 1. Eva Nittinger (Hamburg)
    EDIA - A new Estimate of Electron Density of Individual Atoms for Validating Water Molecules
  • 2. Christoph Gertzen (Düsseldorf)
    An experimentally validated binding mode model of TGR5 agonists
  • 3. Adriana Supady (Berlin)
    First principles sampling and representation of a reduced molecular potential energy surface
  • 3. Guido Humpert (Essen)
    Protein interfaces and assembly of heteromeric Nav1.8 ion channels

Poster Awards:

  • Andreas Krause (Erlangen, P18, Session I)
    Simulation Nanostructures: 2D-periodic organic semiconductors
  • Daniel Mulnaes (Düsseldorf, P17, Session I)
    TopModel: A multiple-template meta-approach to homology modeling
  • Christiane Ehrt (Dortmund, P03, Session I)
    Repurposing of known kinase inhibitors for inhibition of trypanothione synthetase



Workshop Announcement


The 29th Molecular Modeling Workshop 2015 (March, 9th-11th)  in Erlangen provides research students and new postdoctoral scientists the perfect opportunity to present their research to the molecular modeling community. Scientists at the beginning of their academic careers are able to meet new colleagues in academia and industry.

Every year, the organisers welcome both poster or lecture contributions in English or German from all areas of molecular modeling including life sciences, physical sciences, material sciences and the nano sciences.

The aim of the Modeling Workshop is to introduce research in progress. The workshop is the perfect venue to introduce new methods in molecular modeling that can be applied to many disciplines. The workshop is suitable for everyone, those who want to gain experience in presentation skills and those who just want to network in a friendly relaxed environment.


Get the MMWS2015 Poster in larger resolution: PNG (~ 2.4 MB ).


The workshop book of abstractsis available for download:
Book of abstracts (~43 MB, PDF)


Please see the "Circular" for more information!