13th Community Wide Experiment on the
Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction

CASP13 meeting

December 1-4 | Riviera Maya, Mexico

The meeting to discuss results of the CASP13 experiment will be held at the Iberostar Paraiso Maya all-inclusive resort on the Riviera Maya (close to Playa del Carmen), Mexico, December 1-4, 2018 (starting at 6pm on Dec. 1st and ending in the afternoon of the 4th). Program of the meeting will be available in mid-November, 2018.

The meeting cost is $1400 per person in a separate room and $1200 in a shared room (double occupancy). This includes registration fee, hotel accommodation and all meals for the time of the Conference. We have negotiated discounted rates for extra nights and for accompanying persons. Details are available at the UC Davis Conference Services registration site (link at the bottom of this page).

Please follow the registration guidelines closely. We reserve the right to cancel any registration not adhering to the guidelines, even when the system completes the registration and accepts payment.

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Job posting; Additional info on some cross-linking datasets
New 'Job postings in the field' category on the FORCASP forum: We have started a new section on the FORCASP forum dedicated to job announcements in the research /teaching areas related to CASP. We st ...
End of the regular target release; plans for refinement and data-assisted targets
=== Regular targets: Today (July 17) we released the last regular CASP13 target. All in all, we released 90 tertiary structure prediction targets, quite a representative data set ! The CASP13 targ ...
CASP13 meeting registration
We are gathering at a beautiful resort on Riviera Maya, come and join us! * Analyze the fascinating results of CASP13 * Discuss the newest advancements in the field * Develop collaborations * ...
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