Invited Seminar Talks

  1. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with Better Force Field Models
    Beijing Institute of Big Data Research, Peking University
    Jan. 6th, 2019, Beijing, China

  2. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with Better Force Fields
    Beijing Computational Science Research Center
    Apr. 24th, 2018, Beijing, China

  3. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with Better Force Fields
    Department of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University
    Apr. 23rd, 2018, Beijing, China

  4. Polarizable Force Fields: Why and How?
    Computational Chemistry Bi-Weekly Seminar, NYU-ECNU Center for Computational Chemistry at NYU Shanghai
    Apr. 11th, 2018, Shanghai, China

  5. Polarizable Force Fields: Why and How?
    School of Pharmacy, Zhejiang University
    Apr. 3rd, 2018, Hangzhou, China

  6. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with Polarizable Force Fields
    Physical Chemistry Seminar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oklahoma
    Feb. 9th, 2018, Norman, OK, USA

  7. Hydrogen Bond Dynamics of Ubiquitin under Elevated Pressure
    LCB, NHLBI, NIH
    Feb. 1st, 2018, Bethesda, MD, USA

  8. Polarizable Force Fields: Why and How?
    XtalPi Inc.
    Dec. 28th, 2017, Shenzhen, China

  9. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Modeling and Simulation
    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida Atlantic University
    Sep. 2rd, 2016, Boca Raton, FL, USA

Oral Presentations at Conferences/Workshops

  1. The MPID polarizable force fields
    The 2018 Workshop on the Statistical Mechanics of Complex Systems
    Dec. 9th, 2018, Hefei, China

  2. Improving the Accuracy of Physics-based Atomistic Models for Proteins
    The 1st Workshop on Structural Bioinformatics and I-TASSER Workshop 2018
    Nov. 25th, 2018, Hangzhou, China

  3. Capturing the Cooperativity of Backbone Hydrogen Bonding with Polarizable Force Fields
    The 2nd Worldwide Chinese Computational Biology and Molecular Simulation Conference
    June 10th, 2018, Guangzhou, China

  4. Conformational Sampling of Proteins with the Fully Polarizable Drude Force Field
    ACS 254th National Meeting
    Aug. 23rd, 2017, Washington, DC, USA

  5. Mapping the Drude Polarizable Force Field onto a Multipole and Induced Dipole (MPID) Model
    Second Regional Computational Biophysics Symposium
    June 23rd, 2017, Baltimore, MD, USA

  6. Improved Conformational Sampling of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins with Advanced Protein Force Field
    47th Mid-Atlantic Molecular Crystallography Meeting
    June 8th, 2017, Baltimore, MD, USA

  7. Improved Conformational Sampling of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins with the Modified CHARMM36 Protein Force Field
    ACS 252nd National Meeting
    Aug. 23rd, 2016, Philadelphia, PA, USA

  8. Dispersion PME
    CHARMM meeting
    July 8th, 2016, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

  9. Cooperative Helix Formation of (AAQAA)3 Obtained with the Drude Polarizable Force Field
    1st Regional Computational Biophysics Symposium
    June 13th, 2014, Rockville, MD, USA

  10. Efficient Computational Methods for Transition Metal Complexes: Computational Characterization of a Hydrogen-Bonded Bidentate Catalyst
    25th Molecular Modelling Workshop
    Apr. 5th, 2011, Erlangen, German

  11. Efficient Computational Methods for Transition Metal Complexes: Energetics and Dynamics of a Hydrogen-Bonded Bidentate Catalyst
    4th Workshop of the International Research Training Group “Catalysts and Catalytic Reactions for Organic Synthesis”
    June 10th, 2010, Basel, Switzerland