S.U. Umarov Physical-Technical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan

Dushanbe Symposium on Computational Materials and Biological Sciences 2014

This symposium was finished with great success!


12/15/2014: Photos uploaded. Go to photo album
08/29/2014: Preliminary program uploaded. Go to program
08/20/2014: 2nd announcement


The DSCMBS-2014 symposium has appeared to provide an ideal opportunity to discuss the latest development and exchange technical ideas in the field of computational materials and biological sciences. Especially, as organizers were planning, the DSCMBS-2014 would promote to establish the very close cooperation between young researchers that help to strengthen the future scientific cooperation between Tajikistan, Russia and Japan. In the framework of the DSCMBS the presentation talks and lectures would be given not only by leading Russian and Japanese scientists, but also by young researchers from Russia and Japan covering the following topics: the development of high performance computers and new theoretical methods; computational methods in modern materials and biological sciences, and so on. The contributions of Tajikistani scientists are greatly welcome to make their bridges with Japanese and Russian colleagues and to promote a new branch of world science in the own country.

In particular, the research topics to be covered at DSCMBS-2014 are as follows:
  • Computer molecular simulation methods and approaches
  • Molecular dynamics (MD) and Monte-Carlo (MC) techniques
  • Modeling of biological molecules (RNA, DNA, proteins, enzymes, mutation transitions, etc.)
  • Physical and biochemical systems (gasses, crystals, liquids, polymers, bio-tribology, etc.)
  • Material fabrication and design (ion doped structures, high pressure clathrates, carbon nanotubes, etc.)
  • Drug design in medicine (docking of one molecule to another, inhibitory activities of enzymes, etc.)
  • Computational and computing physics, chemistry, biology and medicine
  • GPU accelerated molecular dynamics & related techniques