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COMPinNANO Workshop

From October 2nd – 3rd 2015 the by University of Ljubljana / Slovenia is hosting together with the Institute of Life Sciences (Ahmedabad University, India) the Workshop COMPinNANO - Computational Approaches in Nanosciences. Interested students and scientists are cordially invited to attend the workshop and to present their current work by poster and short oral presentations. Topics covered include Organisation of large data sets for modelling, nano QSAR and data sharing amongst others.

 

MAIN TOPICS:

  • Organisation of large data sets for modelling in general
  • Modelling of interactions between nanomaterials and biological models
  • Quantitative nanostructure activity (property) relationships
  • Organising data for risk assessment / data quality
  • Data sharing - Academia, Industry and Regulatory bodies

 

More information on the workshops' programme and speakers can be found online via http://www.nanovalid.eu/index.php/events/147-computational-approaches-in-nanosciences-qcompinnanoq

 

WHEN: 02. – 03. October 2015

WHERE: Department of Biology, Biotechnicalfaculty, Večna pot 111, Ljubljana / Slovenia

Registration: The 2-day event is free of charge for students and €20 for other delegates. Registration is open until 28th September 2015 via E-Mail (see contact details below).

Abstract Submission Deadline: 20. September 2015

 

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