Chemoinformatics Strasbourg Summer School 2018

University of Strasbourg, 25 June - 29 June 2018


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    The following topics are suggested for the scientific program :

    • Big Data in Chemistry
    • In silico pharmacology
    • Material Informatics
    • Text mining in chemistry
    • Virtual screening techniques
    • Deep learning
    • Data analysis and visualization

    This event is organised with the support of :

    • the French Society on Chemoinformatics (SFCi, Société Française de Chemoinformatique)
    • the GDR Chémoinformatique (CNRS)
    • the University of Strasbourg
    • MSC ITN BIGCHEM
    • the Franco-German University

    The opening lecture will be given by Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Nobel Prize laureate (University of Strasbourg).

    Confirmed lecturers :

    J.-P. Sauvage (University of Strasbourg, France)
    J. Bajorath (University of Bonn, Germany),
    K. Funatsu (Tokyo University, Japan),
    T. Langer (University of Vienna, Austria),
    M. Rarey (University of Hamburg, Germany),
    G. Schneider (ETH, Zürich, Switzerland),
    C. Sotriffer (University of Würzburg, Germany),
    I. Tetko (Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany),
    A. Tropsha (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
    X. Morelli (Université Aix-Marseille, France)
    C. Hongming (AstraZeneca Gothenburg, Sweden)
    I. Baskin (Lomonosov University of Moscow, Russia)
    H. Senderowitz (Univ. Bar Ilan, Israel)
    A. Cherkasov (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
    G. Rastelli (University of Modena, Italy)

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    Pre-conference events

    Monday 25th June 2018 (University of Strasbourg) : Crash course in Chemoinformatics (lectures and tutorials).


    Post-conference event

    Monday 2d of July and Tuesday 3rd of July 2018 (University of Strasbourg) : 7th French-Japanese Workshop on Computational Methods in Chemistry

    Dedicated to the memory of Professor Toshio Fujita

    Organizers : A. Varnek, D. Rognan (France) and K. Funatsu (Japan)