SI2007 Mini-symposium

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Date: Monday, Jul 30, 2007

Location: SDSC/Calit2 Synthesis Center

Schedule

8:30 am Opening Remarks, John Wooley, UCSD

8:40 am Mini-symposium: Cyberinfrastructure for Biomedical Research, Peter W. Arzberger , University of California, San Diego

9:10 am Continuum models for biomolecular electrostatics and solvation, Nathan Baker, Washington University, St. Louis

9:40 am Applications of Biomedical Computing in the Heart, Robert MacLeod, Scientific Computing Institute, University of Utah

10:10 am coffee break

10:30 am Neuromuscular Biomechanics, Scott Delp, Stanford University

11:00 am TeraGrid BioPortal Gateway, Alan Blatecky, RENCI

11:30 am Biomedical Informatics, Brian Athey, University of Michigan

12:00 pm Lunch and Poster Session Cafe Vantanas /Price Center

2 pm Cluster & Grid Computing, Sriram Krishnan , Unverisity of California, San Diego

2:30 pm Molecular Electrostatics & Diffusion, Robert Konecny, Unverisity of California, San Diego

3:00 pm Computational Cardiac Electrophysiology and Mechanics (CEM), Andrew McCulloch & Fred Lionetti, Unverisity of California, San Diego

3:30 pm coffee break

3:50 pm Programming Scientific Applications, Tim Kaiser , Unverisity of California, San Diego

4:20 pm Molecular Visualization and Virtual Screening Workflow Management, Michel Sanner & Sargis Dallakyan, The Scripps Research Institute

4:50 pm Integrative Studies: Translational Biomedical Research, Wilfred Li, Unverisity of California, San Diego

5:20 pm Closing Remarks Peter W. Arzberger, Unverisity of California, San Diego

5:30 pm Dinner Cafe Vantanas/Price Center

Keynote Presentations

Cyberinfrastructure for Biomedical Research, Peter Arzberger, UCSD

Biomolecular Solvation, Nathan Baker, Washington University, Saint Louis

Applications of Biomedical Computing in the Heart, Rob Macleod, Unversity of Utah

Life is Motion, Scott Delp, Stanford University

Teragrid Bioportal Science Gateway, Alan Blatecky, RENCI Institute

Biomdical Informatics, Brian Athey, U of Michigan

Track Highlights

Cluster & Grid Computing, Sriram Krishnan

Programming Scientific Applications, Tim Kaiser

Cardiac modeling, Andrew McCulloch

Molecular Visualization and Docking, Michel Sanner

Molecular Electrostatics Robert Konecny

Integrative Studies, Wilfred Li

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