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Dutch MD day on Feb 22, 2017

02 December 2016

The 7th Dutch Molecular Dynamics Day will take place on the 22nd of February 2017 in Delft. This meeting aims at bringing together researchers working on Molecular Simulations in the Netherlands, following the Dutch saying: "Beter een goede buur dan een verre vriend". Our previous meetings have brought together more than 60 participants from all around the Netherlands who have shared their research results with the audience.

If you want to attend, please register before the 21st of January using the following form.

PhD's and Postdocs that would like to give a presentation can submit an abstract on the same form.

We encourage researchers working on Biomolecular/Soft Matter/Granular systems who are applying not only Molecular Dynamics algorithms but also Monte Carlo techniques, Brownian Dynamics or any other many particle methods.

If you have any questions please send it to dutchmdday@gmail.com. If you know someone who might be interested, feel free to forward this information.

Looking forward to see you in Delft!

Last modified:02 December 2016 09.48 a.m.

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