the main motivation for this interdisciplinary Workshop is to bring together
experts from biochemistry, biophysical chemistry, experimental physics, and
computational physics who work on the properties of biological macromolecules,
such as peptides or proteins, and study their folding behaviour and sequence
specificity in the presence of attractive subtrates.
The Workshop will take place in the afternoon of Thursday, 16 June 2005,
at the Institute for Theoretical Physics.
If you plan to join this informal meeting, please
WWW registration form.
Details on locations and the Workshop schedule will be available
from this WWW page.
Michael Bachmann (Inst. Theor. Phys., Leipzig)
Annette Beck-Sickinger (Inst. Biochemistry, Leipzig)
Bernd A. Berg (Dept. Phys., Tallahassee, Florida, USA, and Inst. Theor. Phys., Leipzig (LEIBNIZ-Prof.))
Karsten Goede (Inst. Exp. Phys. II, Leipzig)
Marius Grundmann (Inst. Exp. Phys. II, Leipzig)
Robert Günther (Inst. Biochemistry, Leipzig)
Hans-Joerg Hofmann (Inst. Biochemistry, Leipzig)
Kai Holland-Nell (Inst. Biochemistry, Leipzig)
Anders Irbäck (Dept. Complex Systems, Lund, Sweden)
Sandipan Mohanty (Dept. Complex Systems, Lund, Sweden)
Thomas Vogel (Inst. Theor. Phys., Leipzig)
Financial support by the DAAD-STINT-PPP exchange programme and the
Theoretical Sciences Center
is gratefully acknowledged.
Looking forward to welcome you at the ITP,
with best regards,
Computeroriented Quantum Field Theory