The school is co-organized with the COST Action MuTaLig. The COST action will support 30 selected applicants to partially cover their travel and living expenses. The selection of the COST supported trainees will be carried out by the a Scientific Commission composed by four members of the COST Action, involved in computational research activities. The grant will be sent only after following the training school, according to the rules of the COST Vademecum (Part B).
More details in the web page: https://www.cecam.org/workshop1803/
The BImBS school is directed to PhD students and postdoctoral scientists interested in bioinformatics and MD simulations. Skills in programming languages are not required, while basic knowledge of linux/unix systems and molecular graphics tools is needed. Applicants with previous experience in one of the presented techniques will have priority.