International Conference on

    Multiscale Simulation & Mathematical Modelling
    of Complex Biological Systems
    30 January - 01 February 2019

    Pre-Conference Workshop / Hands-on Training on
    Mathematical Modelling & Simulation

    28 - 29 January 2019

    International Conference on

    Multiscale Simulation & Mathematical Modelling
    of Complex Biological Systems
    30 January - 01 February 2019

    Pre-Conference Workshop / Hands-on Training on
    Mathematical Modelling & Simulation

    28 - 29 January 2019

    International Conference on

    Multiscale Simulation & Mathematical Modelling
    of Complex Biological Systems
    30 January - 01 February 2019

    Pre-Conference Workshop / Hands-on Training on
    Mathematical Modelling & Simulation

    28 - 29 January 2019

    International Conference on

    Multiscale Simulation & Mathematical Modelling
    of Complex Biological Systems
    30 January - 01 February 2019

    Pre-Conference Workshop / Hands-on Training on
    Mathematical Modelling & Simulation

    28 - 29 January 2019

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    Thank you all Speakers and Participants for making MSMM'19 a grand success.

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    Pre-Conference Workshop & International Conference

    Multiscale Simulation & Mathematical Modelling
    of Complex Biological Systems

    28 January - 01 February 2019
    - Two days workshop (28th - 29th January 2019)
    - Three days conference (30th January - 01st February 2019).

    Jawaharlal Nehru University
    New Delhi, INDIA

    We are delighted and honoured to inform you about the “Multiscale Simulation and Mathematical Modeling of Complex Biological Systems – MSMM2019”, the conference-cum-workshop being jointly organized by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi University (DU) and Rice University, USA, in New Delhi on January 28-February 01, 2019. The symposium will provide a forum for the national/international scientific community to discuss, debate, parley and network for furthering the latest innovations and advances in biophysics, computational biology and celebrate their applications.

    What in store?

    The aim of the workshop is to provide a framework for lively and intensive exchange between scientists/scholars who combine theoretical and computational approaches for studying biomolecular systems at different levels of details concerning the relevant length and time scales. The focal point will be on the applications of multiscale models and simulation to gain insights into diseases with specific reference to cancer, genetic disorders and infectious diseases and explore the challenges and roadblocks for moving beyond.

    Day 1
    Mathematical Modelling for Motor Proteins and Molecular Motors.
    - by Anatoly B. Kolomeisky, Rice University

    Day 2

    Multiscale Modelling & Design of Biological Molecules.
    - by Nikolay Dokholyan, Penn State College of Medicine

    The conference aims to bring together researchers from both US and India to discuss challenges and the advances in the development of mathematical models and multiscale simulation techniques that have the potential to unravel the structure-function relations of cellular machinery. The major focus will be on the different methods for modeling the dynamics of biomolecular systems, ranging from force-field based all-atom representation of individual biomolecules to coarse-grained models for multi-component systems. In addition, the possibility to bridge between simulation techniques and experimental approaches to integrate their advantages to new multiscale techniques is the main concern of the program.

    Partial Waiver of Registration Fees.

    Upon receiving partial support for students from DST, we are happy to announce partial waiver of registration fees for PhD students only to
    Rs.3,500.00 (without accommodation)
    & Rs.5,000.00 (with accommodation)
    for limited 30 student participants. 
    Hurry!...Opportunity available on first come first serve basis
    Register 

    Young Scientist Lecture (YSL).

    We are accepting a limited number of requests for Young Scientist Lecture (YSL). Kindly register for the event (Conference) & and send your request with title and abstract of the talk. Selection will be done by our review panel. 

    Email Us

     2019msmm@gmail.com 

    Days to Workshop & Conference

    Important Dates

    Last Date of Conference Registration
       12th Jan, 2019
    Last Date of Abstract Submission
       12th Jan, 2019

    Scientific Topics

    • Mechanical Stress and Dynamics of Unfolded DNA
    • Motor Proteins and Molecular Motors
    • Computational Simulation of Biofluids and Biomechanics
    • Nucleosome, Chromatin and Chromosome Organisation
    • Regulation of Cell Motility
    • Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
    • Membrane Proteins
    • Protein Folding and Engineering
    • Protein-DNA/RNA Interactions
    • Enzymatic Network
    • Global Optimization of Approximate Trajectories
    • Pathways for Analysing Long Time Mechanics
    • Cellular Decision Making and Differentiation in Bacteria
    • Mechanism and Dynamics of Genetic Regulation in Mammalian Cell
    • Host Pathogen Interaction
    • Modelling Cellular Morphology in Diseased Cell
    • Crowding Environment of Cellular Systems
    • Stopped Flow Fluorescence Spectroscopy
    • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

    OUR EMINENT SPEAKERS

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    Event Partners

    Jawaharlal Nehru University
    Client 1

    Academic Sponsors

    IUSSTF
    DST SERB
    CSIR
    INSA
    ACS
    IBS
    PRTF
    Delhi College of Photography

    Industry Sponsors

    Venue & Info

    Venue

    International Workshop & Conference

    is happening at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. One of the India's iconic university and beautiful location.

    Venue(s)

    Conference

    Convention Centre
    Jawaharlal Nehru University
                 &
    Auditorium, ICGEB
    New Delhi


    Workshop

    Committee Room, Convention Centre
    Jawaharlal Nehru University
    New Delhi

    Phone Number:

     011 2670 4787

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    Coordinator (s)

    INDIA
    Dr. Arnab Bhattacherjee (PI)
    School of Computational & Integrative Sciences, JNU

    Prof. Indira Ghosh (Co-PI)
    School of Computational & Integrative Sciences, JNU

    USA
    Prof. Anatoly B. Kolomeisky (PI)
    Deprtment of Chemistry, Rice University, USA


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