Webinars serie in Modelling in Pharmaceutical Sciences by WP6
Newly established online platform focused on computational tools in the field of pharmaceutical sciences (directed towards computational modelling and simulation) online platform.This platform is established by cWP6 as a tool to stimulate experience exchange, interactions and collaborations and can be found at https://sites.google.com/view/nordicpop-modelling/.
The platform offers webinars, workshops and tutorials.
Webinars and tutorials
The webinars are planned to take place every 2-3 weeks and you are all very welcome to suggest your topics and to contribute. Webinars could be either presentation of the work done in your group, a generic talk/discussion on some technique/method, a talk about a good paper (i.e. being journal club inspired), or a short tutorial - we are very flexible here.
Webinar series start with the first lecture from Prof. Christel Bergström on 15.00 (Stockholm time), May 19, 2020
The registration for the webinar series in 'Modelling in Pharmaceutical Sciences' will be closed 24 hours before each webinar and we will then send a zoom link (separate for each webinar) to the participants.
In order to register for the webinars one would need to register on the website
The complete list of lectures and registration can be found here: https://sites.google.com/view/nordicpop-modelling/webinars-and-tutorials.
There is also a forum available at the google groups, which is accessible from the website, where the participants could ask questions, discuss potential collaborations and suggest/request new talks, webinars or tutorials. To access the forum it would be necessary to have a google mail box and to send an email from it with a request via the "Sign up" button on the home page.
You can also email directly to our coordinators Aleksei (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Shakhawath (email@example.com) who will help to sign you up as a forum member. In the email please specify your googlemailbox address (if you are using another mail box to write an email), name and group/university/company. The standalone link to the forum is
(will work after signing up, as described above)