Our friend and colleague Dr Lula Capece (Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires) is organizing every Tuesday virtual presentations, given by active researchers from several countries, on diverse topics belonging to the theoretical and computational chemistry field. I was invited to give the next talk, today at 3 PM. I will show our last results on the integration of two coarse-grained models we developed, one to represent chromatin fibres and a second one to simulate chromosomes. Part of this work was developed by the GENSTORM team and the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) project funded by two consecutive Ignite Grants.
It must be said, that an important part of the work I will present tomorrow, has been done by a "product" of the University of Buenos Aires: Dr Juan Pablo Arcon. Hopefully, he will be present among the listeners :-)
To be serious, this is a work from a big team with the collaboration of several scientific institutions. Take a look at our "Research" section!
See you there!
PS: I think that the talk will be recorded and will be freely available from the UBA group website. I will give you more details in the next few days.