Wednesday, 30 November 2022, 3:30-5 pm GMT
We are delighted to be returning with CCK-19 in the new seminar room of the Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Building (a.k.a. the Phase II Biochemistry Department on Sherrington Road in the heart of the Science Area). We will be meeting jointly with our friends in Cambridge and Berlin via Zoom. We will have talks from Roger Sayle in Cambridge via Zoom, Matteo Ferla in Oxford, and Andrea Volkamer in Berlin, starting at 3:30 pm UK time. After the talks, ~5:15 pm, we will head over to The Royal Oak on Woodstock Road. More details below, and register to attend in person on Eventbrite or register for Zoom here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApf-uhrD0vH9S1U-9p6il24hB5RHtEh1ii.
Why Is It So Hard to Search Ultra-Large Chemical Libraries?
Roger Sayle, NextMove Software, Cambridge
Fragmenstein: Stitching Compounds Together Like a Reanimated Corpse
Matteo Ferla, Oxford Protein Informatics Group, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford, Oxford
Data-Driven Methods for Active Compound Design and Risk Assessment
Andrea Volkamer, Charité Berlin and Saarland University, Berlin
Please turn up 10 minutes before the start time to register where needed:
~5:15 pm GMT onwards:
Oxford: The Royal Oak, Woodstock Road
Cambridge: The Alma, Russell Court
Please join us in person—just turn up at the Phase II Biochemistry Seminar Room in the Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Building 10 minutes before the start time—or to join remotely please register here:
Register for Zoom: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApf-uhrD0vH9S1U-9p6il24hB5RHtEh1ii
If you would like to present at a future meeting please just let us know (morris  stats.ox.ac.uk). 🙂