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Bin Yu Receives 2018 Elizabeth L. Scott Award

Posted on 9/11/18 in News

On August 1, 2018, Professor Bin Yu was awarded the Elizabeth L. Scott Award at the Joint Statistical Meetings held in Vancouver, British Columbia.  The award is presented every other year in honor of Elizabeth L. Scott’s commitment to women’s career advancement in academia.  According […]

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Accelerating Molecular Dynamics to Reach Unprecedented Simulation Times with Atomistic Accuracy

Posted on 9/6/18 in Research Articles

Molecular dynamics (MD), the numerical integration of the equations of motions of atoms and molecules, is one of the most powerful tools available to materials scientists, chemists, and biologists, because it provides a fully resolved view of the spatio-temporal evolution of materials. Because of its […]

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An example of application of Accelerated Dynamics methods to biological system, to study small ligand migration within the internal network of myoglobin. Typical transition times between cavities range from 1 to 100 nanoseconds. Here, a carbon monoxyde molecule is in the DP cavity, and other cavities are represented.

IPAM Presents Its Annual Newsletter for 2018

Posted on 8/31/18 in IPAM Newsletter

We invite you to read our latest newsletter, featuring an article about Wilfrid Gangbo (UCLA) and his ten years of involvement with IPAM, and another on Science Advisory Board member Amie Wilkinson’s (Chicago) contributions to IPAM.  It also celebrates another successful Latinx in the Mathematical […]

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IPAM Offers New Graduate-Level RIPS in Sendai, Japan

Posted on 8/30/18 in News

The first Graduate-level Research in Industrial Projects for Students program in Sendai, Japan (GRIPS-Sendai) concluded in August.  The projects gave the two teams, composed of students from the U.S. and Japan, a challenging problem in industrial applications of math proposed by the industry sponsors, Toyota […]

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