Oral Presentations at Conferences/Workshops

  1. Efficient Utilization of Structural Information in Computer-Aided Drug Design
    ACS Spring 2022
    Mar. 22nd, 2022, San Diego, CA, USA

  2. Understanding the Transport Mechanism of Solute Carrier Proteins with Atomistic Simulations
    Pacifichem 2021
    Dec. 16th, 2021, online meeting

  3. Molecular Mechanics Force Fields
    2021 Summer School on Active Soft Matter
    July 25th, 2021, Hangzhou, China

  4. Computational Modeling of Solute Carrier Proteins
    The 7th National Conference on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
    July 16th, 2021, Yantai, China

  5. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Transporters
    East Zhejiang Workshop on Biophysics
    July 4th, 2021, Ningbo, China

  6. Benchmarking and Improving Force Field Parameters of Ions with Salting-out Coefficient
    Workshop on the Mechanism of Ion Channels
    June 19th, 2021, Beijing, China

  7. Modeling and Simulation of Solute Carrier Proteins
    The 10th International Conference on Molecular Simulations and Artificial Intelligence Application
    May. 30th, 2021, Suzhou, China

  8. Computational Models and Simulation Algorithms for Biological Macromolecules
    The 1st Chinese Conference on BT/IT
    May 10th, 2021, Suzhou, China

  9. Modeling and Simulation of Solute Carrier Proteins
    The 32nd Chinese Chemical Society (CCS) Congress
    Apr. 22nd, 2021, Zhuhai, China

  10. Scrutinizing the Interactions between Sodium Ion and Amino Acids in Force Fields
    ACS Spring 2021
    Apr. 15th, 2021, online meeting

  11. Atomistic Simulation of Sodium-coupled Solute Transport
    The 1st Greater Bay Area Biophysics and new Drug Discovery Forum
    Apr. 11th, 2021, Zhuhai, China

  12. Towards More Accurate Computational Modeling of Ions in Proteins
    The 2020 Annual Meeting of Key Laboratory of Structural Biology of Zhejiang Province
    Dec. 18th, 2020, Hangzhou, China

  13. Improving Molecular Dynamics Simulations to Study the Assembly and Phase Separation of Disordered Proteins
    The 8th Winter Q-Bio Conference
    Feb. 20th, 2020, Waikoloa, HI, USA

  14. Structure, Dynamics and Self-assembly of Proteins on the Water/Air Interface
    The 11th Chinese National Conference on Chemical Biology
    Nov. 19th, 2019, Guangzhou, China

  15. Drude Polarizable Protein Force Fields: Development and Applications
    The 15th National Conference on Computer Chemistry of China
    Nov. 16th, 2019, Shanghai, China

  16. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with the Drude Polarizable Force Fields
    The 5th World Zhejiang Entrepreneurs Convention “Digital Economy” International Youth Forum
    Nov. 14th, 2019, Hangzhou, China

  17. Proteins on Water/Air Interfaces: Insights from Simulations using Polarizable Force Fields
    The XXXI IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics (CCP2019)
    Jul. 29th, 2019, Hong Kong, China

  18. Proteins on Water/Air Interfaces: a comparative study using CHARMM additive and Drude polarizable force fields
    2nd Theoretical Chemistry Youth Scholar Meeting: Multiscale Simulations of Biological Systems
    May 26th, 2019, Xiamen, China

  19. Modeling the Cooperativity in Protein Structures and Dynamics
    The 2019 Conference on Bioinformatics in Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces
    Apr. 20th, 2019, Wuxi, China

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

  21. 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

  22. 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

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

  24. 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

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

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

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

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

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

  30. 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

Invited Seminar Talks

  1. Modeling and Simulation of Membrane Transporters: Implications for Better Force Field Models
    Institute of Systems and Physical Biology, Shenzhen Bay Laboratory
    Nov. 18th, 2021, Shenzhen, China

  2. Development and Applications of Drude Polarizable Protein Force Fields
    Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, School of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Nov. 17th, 2019, Shanghai, China

  3. Improving the Accuracy of Molecular Simulations with Polarizable Force Fields
    INS Colloquia, Institute of Natural Sciences, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Apr. 23rd, 2019, Shanghai, China

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

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

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

  7. 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

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

  9. 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

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

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

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