14ème Forum

26 et 27 septembre 2003





Le 14ème Forum ORAP, organisé en collaboration avec SPEEDUP, a eu lieu les 26 et 27 septembre 2002 à l'Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.

Thème : Life Sciences Applications

    Intensive Computing in Comparative Genomics : Christian Laugier, CNRS UMR Lyon 1.

    Bioinformatics applications in the Food Industry : Frank Desiere, Centre de recherches Nestlé

    Computational issues in the comparison of multiple biological sequences : Cédric Notredame, Université de Lausanne

    Enabling biomedical informatics with Grid Computing : Joel Saltz, Ohio State University

    From NMR Spectra to Protein Structures and Interactions: a Computational Challenge : Martin Billeter, Göteborg University

    Simulation and modeling of diffusion in the Endoplasmic Reticulum : Peter Koumoutsakos, ETH Zurich

    High Performance sequence analysis using Cray supercomputers : Bart Mellenbergh, Cray EMEA

    HP role in the life sciences revolution ; the meeting of biology and computing : Dominique Gillot, HP EMEA

    In vivo - In vitro - In silico : shifting the balance with Information Technology : Juan José Porta, IBM Senior IT Architect & Strategist

    Current and future HPC/HPV challenges in Life Science: Fabio Gallo, Director of Marketing, SGI

    Mesoscopic Models for Computing DNA Tertiary Structures : John Maddocks, Institut Bernoulli, EPFL

    DNA Dynamics : simulating large systems and slow processes : Richard Lavery, CNRS UPR Paris 7

    Computational requirements for structure prediction of biomolecules : Thomas Steinke, ZIB

    High-throughput SELEX SAGE method for quantitative modeling of transcription-factor binding sites : Philipp Bucher, ISREC and Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics.

    Outline of the In Silico activities at the Novartis Drug Discovery Centre: Edgar Jacoby, Novartis

    Current and future computational challenges in Biopharmaceutical Discovery : Massimo de Francesco, Sereno Pharmaceutical Research Institute

    Darwin, a language for heavy duty computations in bioinformatics : Gina Cannarrozzi, ETH Zurich

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