Willy Wriggers joins us again on November 1st, this time to give a tutorial on his software "Multiscale Computational Modeling and Visualization with Sculptor", a GUI-based extension of the Situs docking programs to allow an interactive exploration and analysis of volumetric maps. Dr. Wriggers is the director of biomachina.org based out of Old Dominion University.
Multiscale Computational Modeling and Visualization with Sculptor
Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Old Dominion University
Host: Jason Key
Sculptor is an interactive graphics program for multi-scale modeling of density maps and atomic structures. Sculptor combines 3D rendering with advanced pattern matching algorithms to support fast fitting of the high-resolution structures and to facilitate the typical post-processing work such as map editing, resolution adjustment, and visualization. Sculptor also serves as a GUI-based front end to many of our Situs command-line programs.
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