Starts 5 May 2003
Ends 16 May 2003
Central European Time
Trieste - Italy
The purpose of this Workshop is to provide state-of-the-art perspectives on experimental, theoretical and computational approaches to this vital problem, and to foster discussions on the challenges and new strategies for understanding biopolymers. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The following lecture notes are available on line in .pdf format: to download, check the Programme and go to the talk you are interested in. - "Remarks on homo- and hetero-polymeric aspects of protein folding", presented by T. Garel (talk delivered on 7 May) - "Muscles, a complex network essential for life”, presented by A. Pastore (talk delivered on 6 May) - "Misfolding diseases and aggregation", presented by A. Pastore (talk delivered on 9 May) - "Topology of transmembrane proteins”, presented by I. Simon (talk delivered on 15 May) - "Solvent effects on simple protein models”, presented by P. De Los Rios (talk delivered on 7 May) - "Hydrophobic models of protein folding and the thermodynamics of chain-boundary interactions”, presented by A. Erzan (talk delivered on 13 May) - "Characterization of protein interfaces: a graph theoretic approach”, presented by S. Vishveshwara (talk delivered on 13 May) - "Towards a noncontingent biology: the proteins folds as natural forms", presented by M. Denton (talk delivered on 13 May) - "Recognition in biomolecular energy landscapes: protein association vs protein folding", presented by G. Papoian (talk delivered on 15 May) - "Multicanonical method and generalized-ensemble simulations of short peptides", presented by T. Celik (talk delivered on 7 May)

Organizers

A. Maritan, J. Banavar