Kazan Summer School on Chemoinformatics
The Alexander Butlerov Institute of Chemistry is delighted to invite you to take part in the first Summer School on chemoinformatics, which will take place in Kazan, Russia, from 26th to 29th August 2013.
Chemoinformatics is a new and highly demanded multidisciplinary domain of modern chemistry in the intersection of chemistry, biology, mathematics and informatics. The main objectives of this domain are stocking and management of chemical information and its use to create compounds, reactions and materials possessing desired features. Chemoinformatics is widely used to create new drugs for medicinal and veterinary purposes, as well as innovative materials, catalysts, reagents for chemical industry. Despite the large potential demand for specialists in Chemoinformatics, educational programs of this discipline in Russia are not yet quite developed. Only in recent years corresponding programs have been opened in Moscow State University (MSU) and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), and in 2012 in Kazan Federal University (KFU) the Master program of Chemoinformaitcs has been opened, which is now the third active educational program of Chemoinformatics in the world. Summer School on Chemoinformatics, planned as regular event, aims to create the conditions for training specialists of Chemoinformatics in Russia, as well as to create educational and scientific environment for scientists, pharmaceutical and chemical industry representatives, IT specialists and software developers.
- 15.02.2013 – 25.05.2013 – registration
- 15.02.2013 – 25.05.2013 – abstract submission
- Registration fee – till 01.07.2013
- 26.08.2013 - 30.08.2013 – Conference days
Please take note, that City’s Day will take place in Kazan 30th August (1008th anniversary). We are delighted to propose you to enjoy the atmosphere of celebrations in Kazan.
- 50 € - for students and PhD students
- 100 € - for academic participants
- 250 € - for industrial participants
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