[gmx-developers] PhD student in physics looking for collaboration
mark.j.abraham at gmail.com
Fri May 25 16:19:48 CEST 2018
It was good to meet and chat with you yesterday in Uppsala. We're generally
very happy to talk over possible collaborations. If e.g. there was a way to
combine your interest in MC sampling for polymers for your PhD with some of
the other plans for e.g. hybrid MC-MD in GROMACS then we could perhaps find
something interesting to do there. But currently there's not a strong fit
with the wider GROMACS development team and non-protein polymer research.
(Though if people know of active projects, do speak up!)
On Sun, May 13, 2018 at 7:22 PM Erik Lindahl <erik.lindahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Anna,
> Very welcome!
> I'm not sure if you're aware, but several of us have backgrounds in
> physics, and a large part of the GROMACS developers are actually based in
> Stockholm & Uppsala ;-)
> I just browsed through your PDF quickly, but there are probably three good
> ways to proceed:
> 1) If you want to interact in person, you are always welcome to pop over
> and talk to the people in my & Berk's lab at SciLifeLab in Stockholm, or
> David van der Spoel's lab at BMC in Uppsala. We should definitely do this
> at some point to get to know you better :-)
> 2) Every two weeks, we run a watercooler-like videoconference (Wed 5pm),
> just as a way to chat about everything that anybody might be interested in.
> My gut feeling is that your ideas would work very well as a topic for one
> of those discussions (IIRC, our next meeting is May 23).
> 3) If you have concrete suggestions you would like to proceed with, you
> can start an email thread about it here, but it often works best to create
> a new "feature" or "task" issue at redmine.gromacs.org, describe an
> outline, and invite people to provide comments there!
> On Sun, May 13, 2018 at 4:52 PM, Anna Sinelnikova <
> anna.sinelnikova at physics.uu.se> wrote:
>> My name is Anna. I am a PhD student in physics at Uppsala University,
>> working on polymers. I am interested in collaborating with Gromacs and am
>> interested in coming in contact with you developers to discuss
>> I attach a link to pdf-file with more detailed information and would be
>> very thankful for your feedback.
>> Best regards,
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> Erik Lindahl <erik.lindahl at dbb.su.se>
> Professor of Biophysics, Dept. Biochemistry & Biophysics, Stockholm
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