Do longer or bigger simulations of DNA actually teach us anything new?

Saturday, May 7, 2005 - 11:00am - 11:45am
EE/CS 3-180
Thomas Cheatham (The University of Utah)
This past decade may rightly be called the 10 nanosecond era (hopefully not error) in relation to molecular dynamic simulation applied to nucleic acids. Computational power (and time) previously limited calculations to small solvated systems (
[The material discussed in the abstract involves collaborative efforts with a number of different groups and people including: Jiri Sponer, Eva Fadrna, Richard Stefl and Nada Spackova (Czech Acad Sci & Masayrk U), Tom Bishop (Tulane), and Ty Curtis (Utah)].