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CMMS Retreat 2023

17 to 21 July 2023

Location: Eifel National Park

CMMS Talks

Talks series within the frame of the project CMMS by members and external guests.

Winter semester 2023/2024

CMMS Talks

Talks series within the frame of the project CMMS by members and external guests.

Summer semester 2023

Molecular modelling and simulation workshop

The second workshop on the topic of "Molecular modelling and simulation" took place on 15 December 2022.

The groups Covino/Sokolowski/Thallmair (CMMS) hosted the 2nd Molecular modelling and simulation workshop at FIAS.

The keynote with the title "Computational microscopy of substrate binding in lipid transporters" was given by Prof. Dr. Ahmad Reza Mehdipour from the Center for Molecular Modeling at Ghent University in Belgium. 

In four sessions 17 doctoral students presented their projects.

CMMS Talks

Talks series within the frame of the project CMMS by members and external guests.

Winter semester 2022/2023

New associate PIs at CMMS

Dr. Cornelia Pokalyuk and Prof. Dr. Gemma Roig (both GU) as well as their team Dr. Marco Seiler (Group Pokalyuk) and Dr. Sari Saba-Sadiya (Group Roig) expand the team of CMMS since 2022.

CMMS Retreat 2022

Retreat in Franconian Switzerland

From 05 to 09 September 2022, the CMMS Retreat 2022 with 21 participating researchers took place in Gößweinstein in the beautiful Franconian Switzerland .

After more than two years of difficulties in planning and holding conferences and retreats due to the pandemic, the members of the CMMS project were finally able to make up for the one-week retreat in Franconian Switzerland, which had unfortunately been postponed several times. 14 PhD students, one postdoc, 5 supervisors and one external speaker met at the conference hotel Behringers in Gößweinstein and participated in a diverse program of courses, project work, discussions of the Center for Multiscale Modelling in Life Sciences as well as kayaking, caving and hiking tours.

In a very good scientific and interpersonal atmosphere, participants presented their individual project and gave an overview of their current research activities. Crash courses on topics such as Machine Learning and AI, Stochastics and others took place in the mornings. Various new project ideas were intensively discussed and further developed in small groups in order to be able to work together in a network beyond the retreat. On the last evening, the external speaker Prof. Dr. Ursula Klingmüller gave a lecture with the topic: "Unravelling the functionality of Erythropoietin – From the cellular level towards the patient scale".

Due to the wonderful location in the middle of nature, social and sports activities were also planned. A great kayak tour on the Wiesent river, short or long hikes in and around Gößweinstein, Tüchersfeld and Pottenstein in small groups and an individually guided cave tour through a so-called "wild" cave not accessible to tourists completed the program.  

CMMS Talks

Talks series within the frame of the project CMMS by members and external guests.

Summer semester 2022