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Default Three-days HADDOCK workshop in Vilnius

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Description

HADDOCK is an information-driven docking program developed at Utrecht University, which is widely used in the structural biology community and has demonstrated a strong performance in the blind docking competition CAPRI.

The workshop will be given by Prof. Alexandre Bonvin with a number of his group members. It will consist of lectures in the morning and hands-on sessions on computers in the afternoon.

Sign ups are limited to 20 people. For these, experience with Linux is a requisite. The workshop will cover various aspects of the modelling of biomolecular complexes including:

Protein-Protein Docking
Multi-body Docking
Protein-DNA Docking
Protein-Ligand Docking
Further details on the program will be sent to the participants via e-mail.

Lecturers and trainers

Alexandre Bonvin
Marc van Dijk
Ezgi Karaca
Adrien Melquiond
Location

The workshop will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Fees

Fees for the workshop are:

600 for participants from non-profit institutes
1200 for participants from for-profit institutes
Discounts of up to 50% are available for the course fees. Fees include course materials, social program, refreshments and the social program.

Accommodation

Fees do not include accommodation. Accommodation can be arranged by participants themselves, or by contacting Baltic Breeze Travel for special offers at info@baltic-breeze.com.
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