Stefano Franscini Conference Center Monte Verità, Strada Collina 84 CH-​6612 Ascona, Switzerland

Juan Pablo Arcon. IRB Barcelona. | Thomas C Bishop. Louisiana Tech University.

Adam Hospital. IRB Barcelona. | Helmut Schiessel. Leiden University.

Michael Levitt. Stanford University. Alexey Onufriev. Virginia Tech.

Jiri Sponer. Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.

Christof Schütte. Freie U Berlin. Ard Louis. University of Oxford.

Jonathan Doye. University of Oxford. | Oliver Henrich. U of Strathclyde Glasgow.

Stephen Leven. U of Texas at Dallas. | Carlos Gonzalez. CSIC Madrid.

Loren Williams. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.

Thomas Ouldridge. Imperial College London.

Remo Rohs. University of Southern California. Tamar Schlick. New York University.

Vlad Cojocaru. Babes-Bolyai University & University of Utrecht

Jacek Czub. Gdansk University. Samuela Pasquali. U of Paris.

Alexey Shaytan. U of Russia. Jeff Wereszczynski. Illinois Institute of Technology.

Aleksei Aksimentiev. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Paolo Carloni. Juelich Research Center.

Filip Lankas. University of Chemistry and Technology Prague.

Anna Panchenko. Queens Canada. | Ursula Roethlisberger. EPFL.

David Beveridge. Wesleyan University. | John Maddocks. EPFL.

Modesto Orozco. IRB Barcelona. | Pablo Dans. CENUR North Riverside, UdelaR.

Agnes Noy. University of York. Sarah Harris. University of Leeds.

Wilma Olson. Rutgers University. | Tom Cheatham III. Health University of UTAH.

Lois Pollack. Cornell University. | Charles Laughton. University of Nottingham.

Daiva Petkevičiūtė-Gerlach. Kaunas University of Technology.

Federica Battistini. IRB Barcelona. | Alberto Perez. Stony Brook University.

Marco Pasi. Paris Saclay. Rodrigo Galindo-Murillo. University of Utah.

Rosana Collepardo Guevara. Cambridge UK.

The ABC 2023 conference will be a venue to discuss subjects surrounding the sequence-dependent physical properties of DNA, new methods and new models, with a multiscale perspective. From the shorter atomistic scale to more biologically pertinent length scales (mesoscale), i.e. from electrons to nucleosomes. Top international researchers, ABC members, and collaborators from diverse fields(experimentalists, computational chemists/physicists, and developers of new methods) will converge to discuss on:     


  •        All-atom force field development for nucleic acids

  •        Sequence-dependent mechanical properties of DNA

  •        Coarse-grained models of nucleic acids

  •        Multiscale simulations of nucleic acids

  •        Protein-DNA interactions

  •        DNA-solvent interactions

  •        Nucleosome structure and chromatin fibers

  •        Nucleosome positioning  

  •        Epigenetic modifications: DNA and histone tails



Prof. Pablo D. Dans