Gregory A. Voth, University of Utah: "Systematic Multiscale Modeling of Biomolecular Systems"

Nov 18 2008, 11:00 am
Distinguished Lecture Series Guest Speaker: 

Gregory A. Voth

Distinguished Professor and Director, Department of Chemistry
Center for Biophysical Modeling and Simulation, Univeristy of Utah

Date & Time: 
Tuesday November 18, 2008
Klaus 1116E
A multiscale theoretical and computational methodology will be presented for studying biomolecular systems across multiple length and time scales. The approach provides a systematic connection between all-atom molecular dynamics, coarse-grained modeling, and mesoscopic phenomena. At the heart of the methodology is the multiscale coarse-graining method for rigorously deriving coarse-grained models from the underlying molecular-scale forces. Applications of the multiscale approach will be given for membranes and proteins. Recent advances in coarse-graining large protein complexes will also be described.
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