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11/04/17

Explore IST day is a great opportunity for high school seniors who want to learn about each of the academic majors offered in the College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) at Penn State. During Explore IST Day, you'll meet our students, faculty and staff and learn how we can help you achieve your goals and find a program you will love. 

To learn more about our degree programs in Information Sciences and Technology, Security and Risk Analysis, Data Sciences, and Cybersecurity Analytics and Operations, visit our website at www.ist.psu.edu 

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10/20/17

Dr. Alexandre Bonvin and Dr. Li Xue
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

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Abstract: The prediction of the quaternary structure of biomolecules of paramount importance for fundamental understanding of cellular processes as well as practical applications such as drug design. In the era of integrative structural biology, one way of increasing the accuracy of modeling methods used to predict the structure of biomolecular complexes is to include as much experimental or predictive information as possible in the process. We have developed for this purpose a versatile flexible information-driven docking software, HADDOCK that can integrate information derived from biochemical, biophysical or bioinformatics methods to enhance sampling, scoring, or both.

NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING COLLOQUIUM
11/03/17

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the College of Information Sciences and Technology

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NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING COLLOQUIUM

Diane Litman Professor, Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh