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APS 4CS Meeting 2017

APS 4CS Meeting 2017

The APS 4 Corners Section Meeting is held annually and will be hosted at Colorado State University on October 20th and 21st. Oliver was invited to present the group’s research on Structure and function of electrogenic sodium/proton antiporter membrane proteins.

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BioPhest 2017 at ASU

BioPhest 2017 at ASU

Please mark the date for BioPhest 2017 at Arizona State University on April 22, 2017, which will be hosted by the Center for Biological Physics! This annual event allows scientists from Arizona with an interest in biological physics to meet for a day of short talks, posters, and lively discussion. We especially welcome presentations from graduate students and postdocs, and also from researchers from biology and bioengineering whose interests overlap with biological physics.

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Talks from Scipy 2016

Talks from Scipy 2016

This year at SciPy 2016 in Austin, TX, David Dotson presented his work on datreant : Persistent, Pythonic Trees for Heterogeneous Data and Oliver Beckstein talked about MDAnalysis : A Python Package for the Rapid Analysis of Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Video recordings of both talks are available here.

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SciPy 2016

SciPy 2016

Members of the Becksteinlab will present talks at SciPy 2016. This year the biggest conference on Python in science takes place from July 11-17 in Austin, TX. We will talk about datreant and MDAnalysis, get inspired, meet old and new friends, and hand out MDAnalysis stickers.

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Biophysical Society Travel Award for Sean Seyler

Biophysical Society Travel Award for Sean Seyler

Sean Seyler was awarded a 2016 Education Committee Travel Award to present his research on Path Similarity Analysis at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in Los Angeles, CA.

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SciPy 2015

SciPy 2015

SciPy is an annual conference bringing together scientists and software developers that use, develop, and maintain the scientific Python ecosystem. This year the conference took place from July 7-12 on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. David Dotson presented a poster on MDSynthesis: a Python package enabling data-driven molecular dynamics research.

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BioPhest 2015 at ASU

BioPhest 2015 at ASU

Please mark the date for BioPhest 2015 at Arizona State University on May 2, 2015, which will be hosted by the Center for Biological Physics! This annual event allows scientists from Arizona with an interest in biological physics to meet for a day of short talks, posters and lively discussion. We especially welcome presentations from graduate students and postdocs, and also from researchers from biology and bioengineering whose interests overlap with biological physics.

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DBIO-APS Student Travel Award for Sean Seyler

DBIO-APS Student Travel Award for Sean Seyler

Sean Seyler was awarded a Shirley Chan Student Travel Award from the Division of Biological Physics (DBIO) of the American Physical Society to present his research on Quantifying macromolecular conformational transition pathways at the 2015 March Meeting in San Antonio, TX.

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APS 4CS Meeting 2013

APS 4CS Meeting 2013

The APS 4 Corners Section Meeting is held annually and will be hosted by the Department of Physics at the University of Denver. David Dotson will be presenting a poster for his research on using molecular dynamics simulations to reveal the conformational mechanisms of the NhaA and NapA sodium/proton antiporters. Sean Seyler will give a contributed talk on the application of path metrics as the basis of a method for quantifying conformational transition pathways.

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BioPhest 2013 at ASU

BioPhest 2013 at ASU

This year’s AZ BioPhest Meeting will be hosted by the Center for Biological Physics at ASU. Presentations from graduate students and postdocs, and also from researchers from biology and bioengineering whose interests overlap with biological physics, are especially welcome.

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