Travel Award 2019 (800 CHF)
We are inviting applications for the Computation Interdisciplinary Travel Award for postdoctoral fellows/researchers, for outstanding interdisciplinary research in one of the sections covered by Computation (Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, or Computational Engineering). The award supports travel to attend an international conference of the winner’s choice in 2019. The nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee consisting of senior scholars in the field.
Prof. Dr. Rainer Breitling
–– Postdoctoral fellows/researchers (up to 5 years after obtaining their PhD) whose research involves interdisciplinary research in one of the Sections of Computation (Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computational Engineering).
–– Applicants will attend an international conference in 2019 and present their research (in oral presentation or poster format).
Applicants are required to submit the following documents:
–– An abstract of their work that will be presented at the conference and details of the conference to be attended.
–– Curriculum vitae, including educational background, an outline of current research work, and a list of publications.
–– A letter of recommendation from his/her supervisor or principal investigator (PI) on official letterhead. The supervisor or PI should sign and confirm that the applicant fulfils all the requirements.
–– The awardee will be asked to acknowledge the support from the journal Computation and should send proof, such as a photo during their presentation.
The award will consist of 800 Swiss Francs.
Please send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by 28 February 2019. The winner will be announced by 31 March 2019.
Travel Award 2017
As the section Editor-in-Chief of Computation, I am pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Computation Travel Award:
Vladas Oleinikovas, Ph.D. student at the University College London, whose research focuses on application of atomistic simulation and enhanced sampling techniques to identify cryptic binding pockets in target proteins of pharmaceutical interest. Vladas is planning to present his work “Understanding cryptic pocket formation in protein targets by enhanced sampling simulations” at the Gordon Research Conference on Computer Aided Drug Design. The award consists of 800 Swiss Francs towards attending this conference.
It was a difficult decision, given the exceptional quality of applications for the award, and on behalf of the award committee, I wish to thank all applicants and to congratulate Mr. Vladas Oleinikovas for his accomplishments.
Prof. Dr. Rainer Breitling,
Section Editor-in-Chief of Computation