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Kazan Summer School on Chemoinformatics

апр 7, 2015 | 10:04
Summer School on Chemoinformatics is a regular event, aiming to create 
the conditions for training specialists of Chemoinformatics, as well 
as to create educational and scientific network of scientists, 
pharmaceutical and chemical industry representatives, IT specialists 
and software developers. In this school special attention will be paid 
to material design and new applications of chemoinformatics.
Notice that the First Summer School on Chemoinformatics in Kazan in 
2013 united about 90 participants from 7 countries. 12 lectures, 4 
tutorials and 10 oral reports were presented in the School.

Web-page of the School is http://www.kpfu.ru/kssci2015.html . 
Preliminary program is available via Program link.

The main topics of the School are:
-Basics of chemoinformatics and QSAR approaches,
-Sources of chemical information, its storage and retrieval,
-SAR/QSAR/QSPR modeling,
-Structure-based drug design.
The program of the School includes:
—  Lectures by leading scientists devoted to different aspects of 
Chemoinformatics and computer-aided materials and drug design
—  Key-note research lectures 
—  Oral presentations of the School participants
—  Tutorials with modern software and on-line resources (LigandScout, 
LeadIT, SciFinder, etc.)
—  Poster session
—  Contest for young scientists for the best poster and oral 

Tutorials will cover the following areas: chemical databases, QSAR, 
pharmacophores and docking.

Important dates:
1st April 2015 — deadline for registration and abstract submission
1st May 2015 — deadline for registration fee
Russia, Kazan, Kazan Federal University (Kremlyovskaya st., 18)
English is an official language of the event.

The list of lecturers include:
— Johann Gasteiger (University of Erlangen, Germany): «Solved and 
Unsolved Problems in Chemoinformatics»
— Alexandre Varnek (University of Strasbourg, France): «Chemical 
space — basis concept of chemoinformatics»
— Igor Tetko (Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen, Germany): «Prediction-driven 
Matched Molecular Pairs  to interpret and compare QSPR/QSRR models»
— Alex Tropsha (University of North Carolina, USA): «Current trends 
in QSAR Modeling»
— Artem Oganov (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA):
«Computational materials discovery: latest breakthroughs»
— Thierry Langer (University of Vienna, Austria): «Pharmacophores: 
Efficient Tools for Medicinal Chemistry Decision Support»
— Joao Aires de Sousa (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal): 
«Machine learning with large datasets of quantum chemistry 
— Vladimir Poroikov (Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Russia): 
«Drug Discovery: Science, Art, Business»
— Igor Baskin (Moscow State University, Russia): «3D QSAR approaches»
— Vladimir Tsirelson (Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology, 
Russia): «In Search of Up-To-Date Bonding Des­criptors Based on 
Electron Density»
— Hanoch Senderowich (Bar-Ilan University, Israel): «Statistical 
Modeling in Material Sciences»
— Valery Tkachenko (Royal Society of Chemistry, UK): «Chemical 
databasing. State of the art and current challenges»
— Benoit Creton (IFP Energies nouvelles, France): «Structure-Property 
modelling in the oil industry»
— Dragos Horvath (CNRS, France): «Conformational Sampling & Docking: 
State-of-the-art and Challenges»
— Pavel Polishchuk (Bogatsky Physico-Chemical Institute, Ukraine): 
«QSAR modelling of mixtures»
— Vitaly Solov'ev (Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry,
 Russia): «Prediction of Halogen-Bond Strength by Ensemble QSPR»
  — Vladimir Palyulin (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia): 
«Molecular Field Topology Analysis (MFTA) as an Advanced Tool for QSAR 
— Timur Madzhidov (Kazan Federal University, Russia): «Reaction mining 
basics: database search and structure-reactivity modeling»
— Marcus Gastreich (BioSolveIT, Germany): Turorial on docking
— Sharon Bryant (Inte:Ligand, Austria): Tutorial on pharmacophore modeling
— Veli-Pekka Hyttinen (CAS, USA): Tutorial on SciFinder
— Gilles Marcou (University of Strasbourg, France): Tutorial on QSAR modeling

Registration fee:
Registration is required to take part in the event. Please follow 
on-line registration procedure if you are interested to participate.
Amount of registration fee is published on web-site.

Abstract submission:
Abstract submission for Kazan Summer School in Chemoinformatics is 
needed. Extramural presentation are possible. Abstracts for poster 
and oral presentations should be sent to scientific secretary, 
Dr. Timur MADZHIDOV (Timur.Madzhidov===kpfu.ru *). The templates for the 
abstracts are published on web-page of the School. The deadline for 
abstract submission is April 15, 2015. Oral presentation selection 
is done on competitive basis.
 * Please substitute === symbols to @

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