Seminars of the Focus Area Complex Systems

Prof. Dr. C. Beta, Prof. Dr. K. Dethloff, Prof. Dr. R. Engbert, Prof. Dr. M. Holschneider, Prof. Dr. W. Huisinga, Prof. Dr. Ralf Metzler, Prof. Dr. A. Pikovsky, Prof. Dr. S. Reich, Prof. Dr. M. Rosenblum, Prof. Dr. G. Rüdiger, Prof. Dr. T. Scheffer, Prof. Dr. F. Scherbaum, Prof. Dr. J. Selbig, Prof. Dr. F. Spahn


Speaker: Frank Noe, Computational Molecular Biology Group, Freie Universität Berlin

Title: Modeling of conformation dynamics of single molecules using projected Markov models * Colloquium on Complex and Biological Systems

Time: Fri, Jan 24, 2014, 10:15am

Place: bldg 28, room 0.108

Currently, the modeling of conformation dynamics of single molecules or small complexes is our major application area, combining both simulation and experimental data. In parallel, we are pursuing the development of improved simulation techniques for molecular dynamics which aim at circumventing the famous sampling problem, i.e., the fact that simulations at great detail can, in practice, not be carried out on biological timescales. In parallel, we are building up the research area cellular molecular dynamics which aims at conducting explicit structural and time-resolved models for the interactions of biomolecules at a cellular level. This will, in the long term, contribute to the evolution of a structural system biology.

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