[gmx-users] Reminder about US GROMACS workshop + soliciting presenters for talks and tutorials

Michael Shirts mrshirts at gmail.com
Fri Jul 26 14:04:06 CEST 2013

Dear gmx-users list members-

I'd like to remind you all about the 2013 GROMACS Workshop and
Conference at the University of Virginia Sept 13th-15th; registration
costs will rise from $60 to $95 on Aug 22nd. The original invitation,
with link to the website, is at the end of this email.

We are issuing a last call for contributed 20 min talks, with
decisions on the schedule made next week, and would like to invite you
to apply to present your GROMACS-related research. Email
gromacsworkshop-registration at virginia.edu if you wish to submit a talk
for consideration; see the preliminary schedule on the conference
webpage for more information on the design of the talks.

We still also want to give a opportunity to advanced users who may be
interested in either presenting specific tutorial subjects at the
workshop or alternatively having an online tutorial hosted in the
GROMACS website. See the list of tutorial topics on the workshop
schedule, or propose your own. We want to try to leverage the energy
and experience of the GROMACS community to enrich the tutorial
experience, rather than have the same people up there the whole


The 2013 GROMACS USA Workshop and Conference Steering Committee

Michael Shirts (chair)
Angel Garcia
Berk Hess
Yu-Shan Lin
Erik Lindahl
Peter Kasson

Original announcement:


We are pleased to announce the 2013 GROMACS USA Workshop and
Conference at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia,
on September 13-15th. This will be the first full GROMACS workshop
held here in the U.S. The workshop and conference will consist of two
days of tutorials, discussions of future plans for GROMACS, face time
with a large percentage of the developers, plenary software and
application sessions, and a last day of development planning to which
attendees are also invited to help influence the future directions of

Please visit http://faculty.virginia.edu/gromacsworkshop for
registration and for much more information about the program.

For specific questions about registering or logistics after visiting
the website, please write to
gromacsworkshop-registration at virginia.edu.

Michael Shirts
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Virginia
michael.shirts at virginia.edu

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