Aprés-MUG Notes and Additions:|
A hyperlinked agenda follows. Two other good starting points are:
|27 Tuesday||28 Wednesday||29 Thursday||1 Friday|
|8:00||Continental breakfast in breakout room|
Welcome and overview
"Overview of Daylight Software Release 4.42"
Daylight Release 4.5|
"New tools, new interfaces"
"News from Derwent"Jerome Goodwin
"Molecular evolution at work" Klaus Gubernator
"Daylight Toolkit in perl" Alex Wong
"SMILES are not the only root" John Bradshaw
|10:30||Coffee, tea, snacks, and discussion|
"CICLOPS combinatorial data mgt." **Bernd Rohde
"Efficient protein and nucleic acid perception" Roger Sayle
"SACCS: Stat Anal of Comb Chem Sequences" Peter Shenkin
"Libgrins combinatorial data handling"** Eric Horlbeck
|1:00||Group lunch at Eldorado each day|
|2:00||Unscheduled time to talk, ski, hack, demo software, email, visit museums, etc. Computers and a T1 internet connection will be available in the break-out room. Check bulletin board for announcements of software demos** and other events.||Tear-down|
"Library precursor selection"Robert Brown
"CLUE cluster analysis"**
"Clustering method comparison"
"Er, hello there..."
Banquet at Santa Fe Ski Basin. 5:00 bus from hotel, 6:00 open bar, 7:00 dinner.
Come early (or stay late) to play on the bunny slope, (we'll have tubes, toboggans, and snowboards).
Combinatorial data management: should we expand, revise, revamp or scrap CHORTLES?
Reaction mapping and scheme management: integrate or modularize?
** indicates that an afternoon demo or poster is also planned