Center for Multiscale Theory and Simulation

NSF CENTER for CHEMICAL INNOVATION

Lectures and Video

 

 Prof. Gregory A. Voth's Chicago Council on Science and Technology Lecture, "Molecular Modeling: A Window to the Biochemical World".

 

Prof. Gregory Voth's Lecture on the Theory of Ultra-Coarse-Graining from the 2013 Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

 

Prof. Benoit Roux, Prof. Aaron Dinner and Dr. Olaseni Sode's lecture, 'Classic Treatment of rare events: Umbrella Sampling and Reactive Flux Formalism." It was presented at the 2013 Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation. For all lecture videos from this workshop, please click here  

Prof. Benoit Roux's lecture, 'Using molecular dynamics simulations to advance our understanding of complex biological systems.' This lecture was recorded on November 12, 2012, at the University of Chicago. Molecular dynamics simulation of large biological macromolecules have reached the point where they can be used to provide meaningful insight on the function of complex systems. Free energy methodologies are particularly important to establish a strong connection to experiments. This will be illustrated with a few recent examples on 1) Src tyrosine kinases, 2) K+channels, and the 3) sodium-potassium ATPase pump. 

Prof. Greg Voth's lecture on the Theory of Coarse-graining, from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

Assistant Professor, Nina Hinrichs' presentation on Markov State Models, from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

 

Prof. Benoit Roux's presentation on Implicit Solvent Model Basics, from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

Dr. Esmael Haddadian's lecture on Electron Density Fitting, Structural Refinement, from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

Prof. Karl Freed's presentation on Refined Implicit Solvent Models, from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

Dr. Martin McCullagh's lecture, 'Large-scale CG Model Development, ED-CG', from the 2012 CMTS Workshop on Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

For lectures from the 2012 CMTS-SESAME course, 'The Physics and Chemistry of Biology', please click here.