Solving Computational Chemistry Challenges
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING presents an interactive,educational, streaming audio webcast   As technology provides computational chemists with exponential improvements in computational capability, they are finding ways to employ the new power to investigate formerly unaddressable research problems, using new and improved application software to run larger simulations or more complex analyses on larger and more diverse data sets. This Webcast will discuss: • New resources and technologies available to facilitate research. • Best practices and successful applications in a research environment • Future directions for computational chemistry Listen as our panel of experts discusses the challenges of computational chemistry, including presentations by industry leaders in research computing: • University of Michigan, overseeing the NIH’s effort to create better data resources to improve docking and scoring. • Schrödinger, an industry-leading computational chemistry application provider. • Hewlett-Packard, an experienced provider of scalable infrastructure for high-performance computing.   Presented by:   In Association with: Live Webcast Tuesday, December 16, 2008 3:30 p.m. ET; 12:30 p.m. PT Duration: 1 Hour   Moderator Suzanne Tracy Editor-in-ChiefSCIENTIFIC COMPUTING Panelists Dr. Shi-Yi Liu Vice PresidentSchrödinger   Heather A. Carlson Associate Professor of Medicinal ChemistryUniversity of Michigan’s College of Pharmacy George Vacek Global Business DirectorScientific Research Solutions Hewlett-Packard       ¢