The following reports of earlier meetings are available:
- the program and abstract book of the Fall 2010 meeting
- the program of the Spring 2011 meeting at the NBIC 2011 conference
- the program and poster abstracts of the Fall 2011 meeting Structural Bioinformatics meets Structural Biology
- the program of the Spring 2012 meeting at the NBIC 2012 conference
- the program and abstract book of the Fall 2012 meeting Dissecting and designing interactions
- the program of the Spring 2013 meeting at the NBIC 2013 conference
Update September 23rd: There are still spots available!
The Fall 2013 NSBM meeting will be held in Maastricht on October 25. Title of the meeting will be "First Euregional Meeting on Structural Bioinformatics and Modeling of Biomolecules in Belgium, Germany and Netherlands". More details in can now be found in the Call For Abstracts flyer.
The 2013 NSBM Fall meeting is being planned at the moment. It will take place October 25 in Maastricht.
Details about the meeting will follow soon.
Anyone who would like to present work at the fall meeting is welcome to submit an abstract already. Abstracts should be limited to a maximum of 10 lines, with 12-pt font and single-spaced text, giving a short description of the research done. Please include a title in bold. The name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s) should follow the title. The opportunity will be given to present a poster, though this is not mandatory. If you wish to present a poster, please indicate so. All abstracts, should be submitted electronically in MSWord via e-mail attachment to
The 2013 NSBM spring meeting was held as a parallel track in the NBIC2013 conference (Netherlands Bioinformatics Conference), April 16, 2013.
At the meeting, Prof. Janet Thornton, director of the European Bioinformatics Centre at Hinxton (near Cambridge), UK, talked about her recent research results. She also gave a keynote lecture at the main NBIC2013 conference.
Other speakers at the spring meeting were Tom Hendriks (Nijmegen), Albert Kooistra (VUmc), Daniel Hoffmann (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Wim Vranken (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Scott Lusher (NleSC).
The meetings were attended by 30 people, additional conference attendants walked in and out attending individual lectures.