Memorial Symposium on Molecular Informatics, Modelling, and Simulation (MS MI MS 2004)

June 23-26, 2004,
Memorial University of Newfoundland,
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

The program for the Symposium is available here in HTML, Word doc, or PDF formats.

This symposium will be held jointly by our new Scientific Modelling and Simulation Laboratory (SMSL), the Advanced Computation and Visualization Centre (CVC), the Department of Chemistry, and the Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography, all at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

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The topics of the symposium will cover both the fundamental and methodological as well as computational aspects of molecular informatics, modelling and simulation, as well as a wide selection of applications, ranging from small molecules to nanomatrerials, large biomolecules, medicinal chemistry, and models of molecular evolution. At the present time the funding is very limited and all participants are encouraged to secure funds for their own expenses. Please note that there is no registration fee for invited speakers.

Besides the scientific program, one will be able to enjoy the unique culture and cuisine of Newfoundland, and there will be tours to see both icebergs and whales, best seen at that time of the year. As St. John's is the North American city nearest to Europe, it is located right on the Atlantic Ocean, and one will be able to witness spectacular views of the Ocean, many lakes, the oldest known rock formations of the planet Earth, exceptional bird populations, and much perfect, unspoiled Nature.

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If participants so decide, they will be given the chance to become an Honorary Newfoundlander, a distinction that requires the completion of a unique and unforgettable ceremony.

Please send all your relevant correspondence, with complete current postal address, telephone and fax information to both email addresses: (Sarah Eustace) and (Paul Mezey).

Here are some links that may be of interest:

City of St. John's Tourism including accomodation and restaurant lists.

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

St. John's Weather

St. John's Airport

Prof. Paul G. Mezey
Canada Research Chair in Scientific Modelling and Simulation
Department of Chemistry and
Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL,  CANADA     A1B 3X7
tel    1  709  737 8768
fax    1  709  737 3702

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