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The 2020 Bioinformatics Community Conference brings together the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) and the Galaxy Community Conference into a single event featuring training, a meeting, and a CollaborationFest. Events run from July 17 through July 25, and is held in both the eastern and western hemispheres.

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Saturday, July 18 • 03:31 - 06:00
High-throughput molecular dynamics with Galaxy

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Molecular dynamics (MD) is one of the most commonly used techniques in computational chemistry and biophysics for biomolecular modeling. However, MD has a steep learning curve, regarding both the underlying theory and the software. During this session, you will learn some of the main principles behind MD simulation and analysis of protein-ligand systems, using the Galaxy platform to provide an intuitive, graphical interface to the MD engine and analysis software. We will then show you how to scale-up to high-throughput MD using Galaxy collections.

Prerequisites
  • Basic familiarity with Galaxy

Speakers
avatar for Chris Barnett

Chris Barnett

Lecturer, University of Cape Town
avatar for Simon Bray

Simon Bray

University of Freiburg
I'm a member of the European Galaxy Team at the University of Freiburg, interested in computational chemistry, molecular dynamics, and the use of workflow management systems for virtual screening.
avatar for Tharindu Senapathi

Tharindu Senapathi

PhD Student, University of Cape Town
Physical and computational chemist with expertise in the development and application of free energy and hybrid classical/quantum mechanical methods for application to chemical, life and biomedical sciences.


Saturday July 18, 2020 03:31 - 06:00
Training E

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