Tutorial Details: Introduction to Schrödinger Software
|Date:||Tuesday, July 18, 2006, 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm|
|Instructor(s):||Assistant Professor Yuk Sham, Center for Drug Design|
Schrödinger, Inc. provides a wide range of computational chemistry and molecule modeling software packages that are used to build, display, manipulate, simulate, and calculate molecular properties. Maestro is the common graphic user-interface that acts as a front-end to many of these tools. This tutorial covers the basic biomolecular building and visualization features within Maestro. It will also demonstrate its interface with some of its molecular modeling and computational chemistry modules.
|Prerequisites:||Basic Chemical and Biological Structure Concepts|