MolSim-2022 is a school that runs for 2 weeks, and offers a program focusing on basic and advanced molecular simulation methods. It targets PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers who want to understand and apply these methods to study topics in physics, chemistry or biology. The program has an integrated and balanced structure of lectures and hands-on exercises. It offers a recap of the basic theory relevant for molecular simulation, followed by a thorough covering of basic and advanced simulation techniques. Modeling protic (aqueous) systems will be a special focus area of this year's edition. All techniques will be accompanied by illustrative examples of present day research.
(update December 8, 2021)
The participation fee is 150 Euro for participants from academic or related institutions. The fee covers course materials and full access to a dedicated online environment. Admitted applicants will be informed about the set fee by early December.
Venue and Setting
(update November 28, 2021)
Given the current developments related to the corona-pandemic, the school will be conducted in an on-line only setting.
David Dubbeldam (Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences) - Organiser
Evert Jan Meijer (University of Amsterdam) - Organiser
Laura Tome (University of Amsterdam) - Organiser
Ineke Weijer (University of Amsterdam) - Organiser
Berend Smit (EPFL) - Organiser
Daan Frenkel (U Cambridge) - Organiser