DIMACS Workshop on Protein Strucuture and Structural Genomics: Prediction, Determination,
Technology and Algorithms

March 8 - 9, 2001
DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Sorin Istrail, Celera Genomics, Sorin.Istrail@celera.com
Ron Levy, Rutgers University, ronlevy@lutece.rutgers.edu
Mona Singh, Princeton University, mona@cs.princeton.edu
Presented under the auspices of the Special Year on Computational Molecular Biology.


Thursday, March 8, 2001

3:00-3:55   Registration

3:55-4:00   Fred Roberts, Opening Remarks

4:00-4:30   Sorin Istrail, Celera Genomics
            101 Optimal PDB Structure Alignments: 
            A Branch-and-Cut  Algorithm for the Maximum Contact 
            Overlap Problem

4:30-5:15   Russell Schwartz, Celera Genomics
            Comparative Structural and Functional Genomics Using
            Weak Prediction Methods

5:15-6:00   John Moult, CARB
            Completeness in Structural Genomics

6:00-8:00   Cocktails & Dinner

8:00-8:45   Gaetano Montelione, Rutgers University
            Structural Genomics of Eukaryotic Organisms

8:45-9:30   James Prestegard,  University of Georgia
            Rapid Determination of Backbone Folds Using NMR and
            Residual Dipolar Couplings

9:30-10:00  Ron Levy, Rutgers University 
            Recent Developments in Protein Fold Recognition

Friday, March 9, 2001

 8:00-8:50  Registration

 8:50-9:00  Opening Remarks

 9:00-9:45  Paul Thomas, Celera Genomics
            Predicting Folds and Functions in the Human Proteome.

 9:45-10:30 Jeff Skolnick, Danforth Center
            Prediction of Protein Structure and Function on a Genomic Scale

10:30-11:00 Coffee

11:00-11:45 Julian Gough, Cambridge University
            Structural Assignments to Genomes Using Hidden Markov Models

11:45-12:30 Kevin Karplus, University of California - Santa Cruz 
            Estimating Statistical Significance for Reverse-sequence Null Models

12:30- 1:30 Lunch

 1:30- 2:15 Bonnie Berger, MIT 
            Mathematical Challenges in Protein Motif Recognition

 2:15- 2:45 Mona Singh, Princeton University
            Towards Predicting Coiled-Coil Protein Interactions

 2:45- 3:15 Coffee

 3:15- 4:00 Richard Friesner, Columbia Chemistry
            A New Approach to Fold Recognition Combining
            Secondary Structure Prediction, Sequence Alignment, 
            and Tertiary Folding Methods

 4:00- 4:45 Ron Elber,  Cornell 
            Algorithms for Protein Recognition by Threading:
            Results from Linear Optimization

 4:45- 6:00 Wine and Cheese

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