Thank you for joining us in Boston for our 2016 community conference, Science in the Age of Experience™. We hope you found the event informative and valuable in highlighting how new digital, multi-scale tools and techniques are reinventing how scientists collaborate and innovate—liberating the curiosity and creativity at the core of science. Conference presentations will be made available to attendees in the coming days. Stay tuned for details regarding next year’s 2017 Science in the Age of Experience.
Join us in Boston for Science in the Age of Experience, BIOVIA’s Community Conference. The event will be held May 23-27, 2016 at the beautiful Boston Marriott Copley Place. This year’s event is larger than ever, adding more tracks and sessions and also featuring SIMULIA and other Dassault Systèmes brands. The week offers five days of proven best practices, hands-on training workshops and previews of the latest releases of BIOVIA products and services including integration with other solutions. There will be ample opportunities for networking with your industry colleagues and with BIOVIA and Dassault Systèmes experts. Science in the Age of Experience is not to be missed.
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Professor Martin Karplus, Harvard University
A long-time scientific partner with BIOVIA and a 2013 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Professor Karplus has conducted research in many areas of theoretical chemistry and biochemistry and has presented his results in over 800 journal articles and book chapters, as well as two books. By pioneering the use of in silico methodologies in modeling complex chemical systems and reactions, he has transformed modeling and simulation from a specialized field to a central part of modern chemistry and structural biology.
Mark Meili, Procter & Gamble
Four billion times a day, Procter & Gamble brands touch the lives of people around the world. At P&G, our people work to make sure those brands live up to their promise to make everyday life just a little bit better, now and for generations to come. Modeling and simulation is a vital tool to assure we can meet these promises. Predicting consumer experience of everyday products is usually a multidiscipline problem requiring contributions from mechanical, chemical, biological and other scientific domains. These interactions, by their very nature, are multi-scale ranging from the chemical bonds that determine interface behavior and material structure to the large scale manufacturing systems used to produce products around the world.
Science in the Age of Experience will feature use and case studies from: