September 21 – 22, 2011
This event has passed, and most of the presentations are now available online here.
Downing College, Cambridge, UK
Our European User meeting aims to foster our close ties with all our customers, enabling you to give your feedback on our products and services and gain advance notice of upcoming developments and new product plans. This event offers an excellent opportunity to network with other Cresset users and gain useful insights and tips that will improve your productivity. Again this year we are offering a half day of training events delivered absolutely free.
On Wednesday we will be holding an afternoon of free training followed by a dinner for all participants. On Thursday we will have a day of customer case studies and talks on the latest developments from Cresset. The programme is still developing so check back regularly. If you would like to attend then please sign up here.
An afternoon of free training with sessions on FieldStere, FieldAlign, FieldTemplater and FieldScreen aimed at Medicinal Chemists and Computational Chemists. All spaces for training have now been filled.
|Training for Medicinal Chemists||Training for Computational Chemists|
|12.00||Complimentary lunch for trainees||Complimentary lunch for trainees|
|13.00||Introduction to FieldStere
Learn how fields can change your perspective on the best next synthesis. This session provides an intro to bioisosterism in drug discovery, and the use of fields in generating new molecules.
|Using FieldStere to Grow Molecules
The latest release of FieldStere will enable growing molecules and help you to design molecules that match a competitor or pre-existing drug molecule. Find out the best approach in this in-depth training session
|14.30||Coffee Break||Coffee Break|
Following an introduction to FieldAlign, learn how select the best template, work with your GUI and design your next drug. Pick up some tricks for using FieldAlign in the Design a Molecule Competition, and improve your chances of winning an iPad2.
|Command Line Applications & Integration to Workflows
Learn how to use Cresset’s command line applications within a variety of platforms including Knime, Pipeline Pilot and Discovery Studio This session with focus on integrating FieldAlign, FieldStere and XedTools into standard workflows.
|9.00||Rob Scoffin,Cresset||Welcome and Introduction|
|9.10||Matt Dimmic, Monsanto||The Challenge of Ag Science: How to Feed the World|
|9.40||Gianni Chessari, Astex||Electrostatic potential complementarity between proteins and ligands|
|10.10||Chris Ullman, Isogenica||The use of CIS display for drug discovery|
|10.40||Tea and Coffee break|
|11.00||Raphael Geney, Galapagos||H-bond strength predictions: could we do better?|
|11.15||Mark Mackey, Cresset||Meet Molecular Architect, A new product for understanding SAR and gaining better activity predictions|
|11.45||David Livermore, Takeda Cambridge||Deployment and utilization of Cresset software at Takeda Cambridge|
|12.00||Complementary lunch & live demonstrations of the latest Cresset software|
|13.10||Tim Cheeseright, Cresset||Introducing Fragment Growing in FieldStere and other cool stuff|
|13.40||David Evans, Eli-Lilly||Field-Aligned Matched Pairs|
|14.10||Simon McIntosh-Smith & Richards Sessions, University of Bristol||Speeding up molecular docking simulations using graphics processors|
|14.40||Tea and Coffee break|
|15.00||Andy Vinter, Cresset||I’m not Dead Yet|
|15.30||Rob Scoffin, Cresset||The Cresset Future|