Nov 26 – Nov 30 (Essen) and Dec 3 – Dec 7, 2012 (Nijmegen)

2nd Autumn School "Biomolecular Structure and Function – Computational Approaches"

Dear Young Scientist,

If you have

  • a keen interest in the basic building-blocks of life, i.e. biomolecules, their structure, their interactions, their functional mechanism, and
  • a good knowledge in the natural sciences proven by successful studies in biology, biochemistry, biophysics, bioinformatics, or related,
  • are studying a Master course or have begun with a PhD project in the Netherlands, Belgium or Northrhine-Westfalia,

then this international Autumn School may be a good starting point for your further studies as it will allow you to learn some of the powerful computational techniques that are available to address these issues.

Daniel Hoffmann, University of Duisburg-Essen
and
Gert Vriend, Nijmegen University Medical Centre