Section 1: Chemical Education (T. Zielinski)
- Real World Kinetics via Simulations (F.A. Houle, W.D. Hinsberg).
Section 2: Quantum Mechanical Methods (T.D. Crawford).
- Explicitly Correlated Approaches for Electronic Structure Computations (E.F. Valeev).
- Hybrid Methods: ONIOM (QM:MM) and QM/MM
(T. Vreven, K. Morokuma).
- On the Selection of Domains and Pairs in Local Correlation Treatments (H.-J. Werner, K. Pflüger).
Section 3: Molecular Modeling Methods (C. Simmerling).
- Simulations of Temperature and Pressure Unfolding Peptides and Proteins with Replica Exchange Molecular Dynamics (A.E. Garcia et al.).
- Hybrid Explicit/Implicit Solvation Methods (A. Okur, C. Simmerling).
Section 4: Advances in QSAR/QSPR (Y. Martin).
- Variable Selection QSAR and Model Validation
- Machine Learning in Computational Chemistry
(B.B. Goldman, W.P. Walters).
- Molecular Similarity: Advances in Methods, Applications, and Validations in Virtual Screening and QSAR (A. Bender et al.).
Section 5: Applications of Computational Methods (H. Carlson, J. Madura).
- Cytochrome P450 Enzymes: Computational Approaches to Substrate Prediction (A. Verras et al.).
- Recent Advances in Design of Small-Molecule Ligands to Target Protein-Protein Interactions (Chao-Yie Yang, Shaomeng Wang).
- Accelerating Conformational Transitions in Biomolecular Simulations (D. Hamelberg, J.A. McCammon).
- Principal Component Analysis: A Review of its Application on Molecular Dynamics Data<BR id=
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