Since end of June is peak season in Genoa, we would strongly suggest to secure your accommodation as soon as possible. Please visit the accommodation page for more information.
The Protein Electrostatics conference is a recurring meeting bringing together theorists and experimentalists to discuss progresses, problems and issues in the field of electrostatics of bimolecular systems. It fosters generating new ideas and forging new collaborations. Past meeting have been held in Belgrade (2018), Berlin (2016) and Lisbon (2014). Genoa should have hosted the 2020 event, but the COVID outbreak hindered its regular occurrence, which was turned into a Webinar series, with very enthusiastic feedback. We are now organising the next event, to be held in 2023, which will be performed in a mixed in presence/remote format.
Talks given by world-class experts on the topic. Plenty of slots reserved to young and upcoming researchers.01
Get up-to-date with the most recent research being developed all over the world.02
You will have the chance to meet lead researchers, postdocs and PhD students who are active in this field.03
This meeting is known for its friendly and relaxed environment.04
Electrostatics affects almost every structural and functional aspect of proteins, including stability, solubility, dynamics, interactions, and catalysis. It is especially important for key processes involving movement of charges, including proton and electron transfer reactions and transport of ions.
The regular registration fee until May 31st is of 350€, while a discounted fee of 220€ is reserved to Undergraduate and PhD students. After that date, a fee of 400€ will be requested. These fees include the Social Dinner, which will be on June 27th.