Proteopedia:Scrapbook

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This page is for photos about Proteopedia, its dissemination and development.

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Proteopedia People

 
Joel Sussman, Jaime Prilusky, Eran Hodis (the Founders) and collaborator Eric Martz, 2008. User:Eran Hodis, Jaime Prilusky, and Eric Martz at work on Proteopedia, 2008.

Awards

Proteopedia Award at the ICSG2015 - Deep Sequencing Meets Structural Biology, awarded on 10-Jun-2015 at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot 76100 [1], left to Right Tom Terwilliger, Joel L. Sussman & Zohar Eyal

Seminars

Tom Gluick and Eric Martz at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, April 2009.

Workshops

Workshop Teaching Staff, 2009, Keiichi Namba's Protonic Nanomachine Group at Osaka University, Japan. Left to right: Fumiaki Makino, Shigehiro Nagashima, Katsumi Imada, Eric Martz, Tatsuya Ibuki, Keiichi Namba, Akihiro Kawamoto, and (seated) Kana Moriya Nishimura. (See T-shirts below.)
 
Eric Martz Teaching at Osaka University, Japan, 2009, in Keiichi Namba's Protonic Nanomachine Group. Photograph courtesy of Akihiro Kawamoto. (See T-shirts below.) Eric Martz and Fadel Samatey. In the background is the new Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST), under construction. A workshop was held in 2008 in the interim facilities of OIST.

ConSurf People

The ConSurfDB team at Tel-Aviv University generates the Evolutionary Conservation scores displayed in Proteopedia. Not shown: Haim Ashkenazy.

 
Nir Ben-Tal and Eric Martz, 2008. Fabian Glaser (Technion), Tal Pupko, Elana Erez and Eric Martz, 2008.

Molecular Playground Team

Left to right: Adam Williams, Eric Martz, Craig Martin, Bob Hanson, Jaime Prilusky. Martin is Project Director for Molecular Playground, and Williams is the programmer and hardware developer. Hanson is the principal developer of Jmol, central to Proteopedia and Molecular Playground. Prilusky is the principal developer of Proteopedia. Martz has developed modules for Molecular Playground (Molecular_Playground/Authoring). The entire team is developing an interface to facilitate submitting modules developed in Proteopedia for display in Molecular Playground. (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA, April 2012.)

T-shirts & Mugs

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Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors (what is this?)

Eric Martz, Eran Hodis, Jaime Prilusky

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