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New Course in the Summer


CSc 8910 CRN 54334 Algorithms for Molecular Docking

Molecular and fragment docking is an important practical 
area in drug design.  There are many computational and 
physical-chemical issues involved in successful docking.  
Computational issues involve the efficient calculation of 
molecular potentials, parallel and cloud computing, database 
issues and machine learning.  This course is a graduate 
course where these issues will be explored with an emphasis 
on the practical development of fast and effective 
applications for this important problem.



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