The 2004 Daylight European User Group Meeting will be held November 4-5 in Cambridge, England.
Our two-day format includes both presentations from Daylight staff and Daylight users. Users will present talks on the work they are doing utilizing Daylight software. These presentations offer the opportunity to share and learn on a peer-to-peer level with other Daylight users. Daylight staff will present on new developments and directions for Daylight. All individuals interested in Daylight, regardless of their level of experience or familiarity with our software, are invited to attend.
Daylight staff will be offering an informal training session on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 3, 2004. The training will be held at Daylight's Cambridge Offices in Sheraton House at Castle Park.
Euro-MUG will take place at the University Arms Hotel, Regent Street,
Cambridge. The hotel has a limited number of rooms available for meeting
attendees at the rate of £100. Reservations must be made directly with
the hotel prior to October 13.
University Arms Hotel
Cambridge CB2 1AD ENGLAND
Phone # +44 1223.351241
FAX # +44 1223.315256
Central Reservations # +44 1925.639499
Alternative accommodation is available in Cambridge but early booking is recommended.
Registration fee is £135/$240 for the entire meeting. This fee includes lunch each day and dinner Thursday evening. Payment should be made to our California office as indicated on the registration form. Credit card payments will be accepted.
Thursday's dinner will be held at the Old Hall, Queens College. Map
Cambridge is a small city with narrow cobbled streets more suited to carriages than cars; parking space is at a premium, and many roads are now pedestrianised. There is limited parking at the hotel, public car parking is available at Queen Anne Terrace Car Park next to the Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre, across Parker's Piece. Delegates may wish to use public transport. The railway station is a within walking distance, or a short taxi ride. Coaches from all the London airports terminate close by, at Drummer Street Bus Station.
For more information, contact:
John Bradshaw, Director of European Operations
(UK) +44 1223.370.099
Peter Nielsen, Director of Marketing and Business Development
|Thursday, November 4, Morning, University Arms|
|9:00||Welcome and Announcements.|
|9:15||Daylight 4.8 Overview, John Bradshaw|
|10:00||Conversion Toolkit & Applications, Michael A. Kappler|
|11:00||Clustering, John Bradshaw|
|11:45||Futures - 4.9, Jack Delany|
|Thursday, November 4th, Afternoon, University Arms|
|2:00||GENSMI: Exhaustive Enumeration of Simple Graphs, Michael A. Kappler|
|2:30||Focused Virtual Screening, David Lloyd|
|3:30||Large-Scale Chemical Data Integration System, Dr. Gaia Paolini|
|4:00||GSK Compound Registry, Graham Lock|
|Thursday, November 4th, Evening, Old Hall, Queens College.|
|6:00||Reception. Music by The Galadriel Ensemble|
|Friday, November 5th, Morning, University Arms|
|9:00||Database Overview, Kathy Myers|
|9:30||Cabinet and CARD: Federated Access to Chemical and Biological Data, Scott Dixon|
|10:15||AdmensaInteractive, Breton Saunders|
|11:15||Fragment-based de novo Design, Gisbert Schneider|
|12:00||Building a Comprehensive Chemical Supplier Catalogue - Technical Challenges, Craig James|
|Friday, November 5th, Afternoon, University Arms|
|1:45||Application of Daylight Fingerprints to Virtual Screening, Uta Lessel|
|2:15||Searching Large Sets of Virtual Libraries Using Modal Fingerprints, Jens Loesel|
|3:15||Mathematical Model for Screening Collections, Gavin Harper|
|3:45||Performance of Kier-Hall E-states in QSAR of Multifunctional Molecules Darko Butina|
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