Workshop Details
Ions in Solution: Biology, Energy, and Environment
07/12/2016 - 07/16/2016
Meeting Description:

This workshop is aimed at recent developments in theory, modeling, and experiment related to ions in solutions of interest in biology, energy storage, and the environment. The focus will be on fundamental studies of the structure and thermodynamics of realistic models, including molecules and ions in water. These solutions are important in a wide range of problems, including specific ion effects in biology, ion channels, membranes, protein folding, and in multi-scale modeling beginning from a chemical level and building to the level of functional biomolecular structures. We wish to also include fundamental current work on nonaqueous systems, particularly electrolyte solutions in electrical energy storage and environmental applications. We also encourage pedagogical contributions on all basic aspects of electrolyte solutions.

The workshop discussion will include fundamental studies of molecular and ionic hydration, development of new theories and computational methods, and experimental work that will provide essential tests of theoretical predictions as well as motivation for new theoretical directions.

Notes:

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Supporting Files:

tell16-sched.pdf
Meeting Venue:

Telluride Elementary School
477 W. Columbia Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Allen, Heather Ohio State 7/10
7/20
Asthagiri, Dilip Rice University 7/11
7/16
Bartels, David Notre Dame University 7/11
7/16
Y
Beck, Thomas Univ of Cincinnati 7/11
7/18
Bratko, Dusan Virginia Commonwealth University 7/12
7/19
Brown, Matthew ETH Zurich 7/11
7/23
Bruce, Ellen TU Darmstadt 7/11
7/17
Y
Carloni, Paolo Forschungszentrum J�lich GmbH, INM-9 and IAS-5
Chaudhari, Mangesh Sandia National Labs 7/12
7/17
Chun, Jaehun Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Craig, Vincent Australian National University 7/11
7/17
Y
Duignan, Timothy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 7/11
7/16
Dzubiella, Joachim Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, EM-ISFM 7/11
7/16
Y
Friedman, Ran Linnaeus University 7/11
7/16
Y
HeadGordon, Teresa UC Berkeley 7/11
7/13
Herbert, John Ohio State University 7/11
7/16
Y
Herzfeld, Judith Brandeis University 7/10
7/17
Horinek, Dominik Universität Regensburg 7/11
7/16
Ichiye, Toshiko Georgetown University 7/11
7/16
Y
Jungjohann, Katherine Sandia National Laboratories
Kathmann, Shawn Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 7/11
7/16
Korth, Martin Ulm University 7/11
7/16
Meuwly, Markus Department of Chemistry 7/11
7/15
Mishra, Himanshu KAUST 7/11
7/20
Mundy, Christopher Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 7/11
7/16
Muralidharan, Ajay Tulane University 7/11
7/17
Y
Pohorille, Andrzej NASA 7/12
7/16
Pourmousa Abkenar, Amir Mohsen National Institutes of Health 7/11
7/17
Pratt, Lawrence Tulane University 7/10
7/17
Rempe, Susan Sandia national labs 7/11
7/16
Rogers, David University of South Florida 7/12
7/16
Schenter, Gregory Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 7/11
7/16
Vlcek, Lukas University of Tennessee, Knoxville 7/11
7/17
Wu, Yue University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 7/11
7/15
Y

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