Archived Talks and Meetings
CCSF BioSymposium, I'll be part of the postdoc networking panel.
SAMPL4 Meeting, I gave a talked
on "DOCK 3.7 and SAMPL4".
ACS 246th National Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana. Poster:
"Molecular recognition studied using computation and experiment" in the
Employment Initiative session.
On September 09, 2013 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
in Indiana Convention Center, Room: Halls F&G
- Ryan G. Coleman Participation to Reward
Incentives in NAR Competition. NationalAssociation
of Rocketry Annual Meet 55. Aurora, Ohio. 2013. 1-13. 4th
place, C Division.
- ACS 245th National Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana.
I spoke in the session on Protein-Ligand
Interactions: Insights, New Tools and Applications in Drug Design, on the
topic "Algorithms for discovering small molecules that stabilize
specific protein conformations" at April 9, 2013 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
in Morial Convention Center, Room: 355.
- GPCR Workshop
Parks and Ryan G. Coleman Helicopter
Duration Model Descent Stability. National
of Rocketry Annual Meet 53. Mason, Ohio. 2011. 1-32. 3rd
place, Team Division.
Research Conference on Computer Aided Drug Design
Parks and Ryan G. Coleman The Pacific
Flying Machines (PFM) Piston. National
of Rocketry Annual Meet 52. Pueblo, Colorado. 2010. 1-24. 1st
place, Team Division.
- Dissertation Defense. Friday August 28th. 10:10 a.m. Class of '62
Auditorium, John Morgan Building. Shortest
Geometric Paths Analysis in Structural Biology.
- Coleman, R.G. Why might heavier motors fly
of Rocketry Annual Meet 51. Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 2009. 1-10. 1st
place, C Division. Video
- NARCON 2011
Symposia on Transmembrane Signaling by GPCRs and Channels
Colloquium at Marietta College
- I had a poster at the Biochemstry
Retreat entitled Thermophilic protein structure adaptation
examined with Burial Depth and Travel Depth.
- At the Biophysical
53rd Annual Meeting, I gave a poster entitled Thermophilic
protein structure adaptation examined with Burial Depth and Travel
- I gave a poster at the GCB retreat on November 11th, 2008 at
the Inn at Penn.
- GCB Chalk
on January 25th, 2008, Title: Finding and
characterizing tunnels in macromolecules with application to ion
channels and pores
Genomics Mini-Symposium on December 13th, 2007, Title: Two
computational tools to analyze small molecule binding sites in
proteins: Travel Depth and Geometric Patch Generation
- I gave a poster at
Retreat entitled Finding and Examining Holes in Macromolecules
- 15th Annual
Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry and Visualization. I gave a
talk, in Session 2.
- I gave a talk at the 2005
and Biophysics Retreat