Folding@Home Consortium Conference 2012

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On May 25th 2012 at Stanford University, the first Folding@Home Consortium scientific conference was held. The goals were to discuss about recent scientific advances, to share new techniques for how to better use the resources available to FAH as well as to plan Folding@Home platform advancements for the next year.

A series of news will follow to summarize the main ideas that came out of this conference.

Here is a picture of most participants:


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From top left to bottom right: TJ Lane (Stanford), Dr. Jason Wagoner (Stanford), Prof. Dr. Vincent Voelz (Temple), Dr. Sidney Elmer (Sandia National Lab), Dr. Fancesco Pontaggia (Brandeis), Dr. Lan Hua (UCSF), Bruce Borden (FoldingForum.org), Joseph Coffland (Cauldron Development), Dr. Diwakar Shukla (Stanford), Dr. Lee-Ping Wang (Stanford), Steven Kearnes (Stanford), Kyle Beauchamp (Stanford), Dr. Greg Bowman (UC Berkeley), Dr. Relly Brandman (UCSF), Robert McGibbon (Stanford), Prof. Dr. Yu-Shan Lin (Tuffs), Prof. Dr. Matt Jacobson (UCSF), Prof. Dr. Jesus Izaguirre (Notre Dame), Prof. Dr. Vijay Pande (Stanford), Prof. Dr. Michael Shirts (University of Virginia), Dr. John Chodera (UC Berkeley/QB3), Prof. Dr. Peter Kasson (University of Virginia), Prof. Dr. Xuhu Huang (Hong Kong).
Not pictured: Prof. Dr. Chris Snow.

Source: Vijay’s blog