JCUP IX - Tokyo | May 24-25, 2018

Posted by OpenEye Scientific on Feb 20, 2018 12:00:00 AM

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JCUP is OpenEye's annual Japanese science meeting. An off-shoot of our CUP meeting held in Santa Fe, this meeting aims to bring together our Japanese users with other leading scientists both inside and out of OpenEye to discuss the challenges of drug discovery.

 

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*JCUP is free but attendance is limited, so be sure to register early.

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JCUP IX is scheduled as follows.


 Date

         May 24 - 25,  2018

 

Venue

Ohtemachi Sunsky Room

Asahi Seimei Building 27F Room A, 2-6-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004

TEL:  03-3270-3266

Access: JR Tokyo Station (Yaesu North - Nihonbashi Exit) or Tokyo Metro Otemachi Station (B-6 exit)

 

Facilitator

J. B. Brown, PhD (Kyoto University)

 

 


JCUP IX Agenda*: 

 

Thursday, May 24

  • 10:00 - Registration

Morning Session:

  • 10:30 - Opening Remarks - J.B. Brown, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine
  • 10:40 - Welcoming Remarks - Anthony Nicholls, CEO, OpenEye
  • 11:10 - "Spruce and MMDS - preparing and delivering model-ready protein structures" - Bob Tolbert, OpenEye
  • 11:40 - "Implementing MD into Orion" - Gaetano CalabroOpenEye
  • 12:10 - Break (15 min.)

Luncheon Seminar:

  • 12:25 - "OpenEye Scientific Updates" - Paul Hawkins, OpenEye
  • 12:55 - Break (15 min.)

Afternoon Session I:

  • 13:05 - "Application of a new molecular scaffold concept for computational target deconvolution" - Ryo Kunimoto, University of Bonn
  • 13:35 - "Chemogenomic active learning - new frontiers based on an old concept" - J.B. Brown, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine
  • 14:05 - "Orion: Delivering Drug Design and Discovery in the Cloud" - Andy Maynard, OpenEye

Poster Session:

  • 14:35 - Posters (1.5 hours)

Afternoon Session II:

  • 16:10 - "Recent Advances in Conformational Sampling at OpenEye" - Paul Hawkins, OpenEye
  • 16:40 - "Beyond the Rule of 5 - Outer limits of oral absorption and insight into design at the extremes"- Jan Kihlberg, University of Uppsala
  • 17:25 - "FastROCS, Fast2D & FastOmega" - Perri Needham, OpenEye
  • 18:00 - Banquet (2 hours)

 

Friday, May 25

  • 9:30 - Registration

Morning Session: 

  • 10:15 - “Binding energy prediction by docking-score QSAR: state-of-the-art and limitations” - Yoshifumi Fukunishi, AIST, 3D drug design team
  • 10:45 - “How can we identify the correct pose out of docking poses by MD simulations?!” - Hironori Kokubo, Axcelead Drug Discovery Partners
  • 11:15 - “Exploiting active site solvation structure and thermodynamics for drug discovery and design“ - Tom Kurtzman, Lehman College
  • 12:00 - Break (10 min.)

Luncheon Seminar:

  • 12:10 - "Covalent Docking on Orion" - Ryuichiro Hara, OpenEye Japan
  • 12:50 - Break (15 min.)

Afternoon Session I:

  • 13:05 - "Model Surprise" - Anthony Nicholls, OpenEye
  • 13:35 - "Lead Optimization Telemetry: how well is your pipeline trending?" - Andy Maynard, Former GlaxoSmithKline plc Researcher
  • 14:20 - Break (15 min.)

Afternoon Session II:

  • 14:35 - "Regulation of host homeostasis by pathogenic bacterial ubiquitin ligases" - Minsoo KimKyoto University
  • 15:05 - “The Foundations of AI-driven Drug Discovery…and how the IDG KMC can help” - Tudor Oprea, University of New Mexico
  • 15:50 - Closing Remarks 

(*Above schedule, speakers and titles of each talk are subject to change.) 

 

Please contact us for more details at oe_japan@eyesopen.com

 


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