AMBER Workshop 2014

Date: 02/Jun/2014 Time: 09:00 - 06/Jun/2014 Time: 19:00

Target group: The target audience is graduate students and postdocs as well as a few faculty interested in learning about Molecular Dynamics techniques. The course is designed to introduce Molecular Dynamics techniques from an introductory perspective but will progress quickly. Some experience with the Linux operating system is essential but experience with AMBER or other molecular dynamics packages is not required

Cost: Registration fees are 190 euros.

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Attendees are expected to bring their own laptop.

The organization will provide a pendrive with all necessary software and training material. Lunch and cofee breaks are included.

A number of workshops that teach Molecular Dynamics via practical introduction to the AMBER Molecular Dynamics Software have been taught over the years by Ross C. Walker and Adrian E. Roitberg assisted by other members of the AMBER development team.  

Recent workshops include:

  • Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. 2013
  • Imperial College, London, UK. 2012
  • IRB-BSC, Barcelona, Spain. 2011
  • University of Dusseldorf, Germany. 2010
  • Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, 2010
  • UC Merced, California, USA, 2009
  • University of Westminster, London, UK, 2009
  • Imperial College London, UK, 2008
  • University of Bergen, Norway, 2008


The number is limited to 40. Given the limited number of seats you will be requested to fill a pre-registration form.

Pre-registration deadline was 28 of April.

Organizers will review applications and invite those selected to register by May 8th

From 8th of May, if there are seats available, the organizers will accept further applications.

For further details please visit the AMBER Workshop home page

Contact Us:

Ramon Goni: ramon.goni(at)


The workshop is supported by NVIDIA and the BSC Severo Ochoa Center of Excellence program. NVIDIA research explores challenging topics on the frontiers of visual, parallel, and mobile computing. NVIDIA supports advances in the field of physical simulation through collaboration with academic and industrial research institutions, and disseminate results in technical conferences, journals, and other academic venues.

NVIDIA will donate a Tesla K20C GPU that we will raffle among the attendees of the workshop.