SC2001 BioCoRE Presentation

When: 12:15pm - 1:15pm MST, November 15 2001, SC2001 Exhibition

Support: Development of BioCoRE is supported by the NIH National Center for Research Resources.


BioCoRE Access Grid Presentation

Title: BioCoRE Submits, Runs, and Visualizes your Simulations From Afar (PDF, 3.5M)
Location: Room A101/103/105 in Denver, Around the world via the Access Grid
Investigators: Klaus Schulten, Gila Budescu, Laxmikant Kale
Development Team: M. Bach, D. Brandon, R. Brunner, J. DeSouza, S. Kumar, K. Vandivort, H. Wang
Presenter: Kirby Vandivort, TBG
Abstract of what was presented: BioCoRE is a next-generation web-based technology offering a seamless tool-oriented environment for structural biology. Within BioCoRE scientists can visualize information, share resources and interact with each other and with structural biology tools via a common infrastructure and across time zones and continents. During the presentation we will discuss how BioCoRE can be used to submit, run, monitor and visualize simulations run on remote supercomputers. BioCoRE is developed by the Theoretical Biophysics group of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

The Theoretical Biophysics Group's other two primary software products, VMD and NAMD, were also on display at SC 2001.