Visegrad symposium on biomolecular interactions

Welcome to the 11th Visegrad Symposium, a premier scientific conference that brings together researchers from the Visegrad countries and beyond to discuss the latest developments in the field of biomolecular research. We will meet at the marvellous four-star Hotel Szidónia Castle near Sopron (Hungary) from June 20th to June 23rd 2023.

Organized annually since 2011, the Visegrad Symposium is a platform for sharing ideas and establishing interdisciplinary collaborations among researchers using a wide array of scientific approaches. Traditionally, the conference focuses on the application of various computational methods, including bioinformatics, MD & QM simulations, spectroscopy and microscopical techniques in the study of complex biological systems. This year, we would like to broaden the scientific scope and include machine learning and big data science approaches.
This year's conference will feature an exciting lineup of invited speakers, poster sessions, and oral presentations, providing a unique opportunity to learn about the latest advances in modelling biomolecular systems and network with leading researchers in the field. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or a student just starting out in the field, we invite you to join us for the 11th Visegrad Symposium on biomolecular interactions, where you will have the chance to exchange knowledge, share ideas, and forge new collaborations with colleagues from the Visegrad region and beyond.

Scientific sessions:

TopicInvited speaker
Simulating biomolecular interactionsJustyna Dominikowska (University of Lodz, Poland)
Monika Staś (Opole University, Poland)
Rudi Ettrich (Larkin University, US)
Measuring biomolecular interactionsGyörgy Panyi (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
Kiattawee Choowongkomon (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
Drug development and diagnoticsGiorgia Del Favero (University of Vienna, Austria)
Pal Jedlovszky (Eszterházy Károly Catholic University, Hungary)
Adam Buczkowski (University of Lodz, Poland)
Mohammad Uddin (Mercer University)
Biomolecular interaction for green waste managementOldamur Holloczki (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
Machine learning and big dataAlla Sapronova (PetraOS, LLC Bergen, Norway)
Ondrej Maršálek (Charles University of Prague, Czech Republic)
Invited speakers have 45 min time slots, regular speakers 20 min. All talks have 5 min discussions.

Conference program:

Imprint: (as stipulated by Austrian law, MedienG 2005): S. Boresch / C. Schröder,
Institut für Computergestützte Biologische Chemie, Währinger Strasse 17, 1090 Wien, Austria