GROMACS is one of the most commonly used software for molecular dynamics simulations. It can be used for simulation of different chemical, biological and physical processes at atomic level. It helps to explain the results of experiments, reduce the cost of laboratory experiments, partly replacing them by computer simulations, and to generate ideas how to influence different molecular processes.
On 25-26 October, the Latvian Institute of Organic synthesis will hold a workshop for GROMACS, to introduce Baltic States scientists with the capabilities of this software in various research areas where it is necessary to understand and model the behaviour of molecules at atomic levels. The seminar will be chaired by lecturers from Germany and Sweden (KTH). Workshop program and registration can be found in https://www.baltichpc.org/