European RosettaCon on Nov 11-13, 2024


Knowledge Transfer for Modern Protein Modeling and Design

Registration is expected to begin by July 1, 2024 for the November 11-13, 2024 Conference

European RosettaCon 2024

Welcome to European RosettaCon 2024 - “Knowledge Transfer for Modern Protein Modeling and Design”

Our conference addresses all computational protein modeling and design
enthusiasts. Gather at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark on November
11th-13th to discuss:

  • Protein design with Rosetta and deep learning
  • Structural modeling of proteins, protein-ligand interactions, antibodies,
    membrane proteins, protein-nucleic acid complexes and and all other macromolecules you like to model
  • Antibody and vaccine design
  • Enzyme design
  • AlphaFold, ESMFold, RoseTTAFold, ProteinMPNN, language models for
    structure prediction and design
  • Language models to bridge chemistry and biology
  • Code development and community involvement

Keynote Speakers

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Noelia Ferruz

University Pompeu Fabra

Donald Hilvert_150px

Donald Hilvert

ETH Zurich

John Karanicolas_150px

John Karanicolas

University of Philadelphia


Amy Keating

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Alena Khmelinska_150px

Alena Khmelinska

University of Munich

Tanja Kortemme_150px

Tanja Kortemme

University of California

Elodie Laine_150px

Elodie Laine

University of Sorbonne

Kresten Lindorff-Larsen_150px

Kresten Lindorff-Larsen

University of Copenhagen


Jens Meiler

Vanderbilt University

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Matt O'Meara

University of Michigan

Tina Perica_150px

Tina Perica

University of Zurich


Clara Schoeder

University of Leipzig

Organizing Committee

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Amelie Stein

University of Copenhagen

Ingemar Andre_150px

Ingemar André

Lund University

Venue Information

Copenhagen is the well-connected capital of the hygge lifestyle and this year's European RosettaCon 2024 will take place at the Biocenter, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

With a history of more than 530 years, the University of Copenhagen is one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe, and the largest institution of education and research in Denmark.

The conference will be held inside the prestigious Biocenter at the Lundbeckfond Auditorium.

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RosettaCon is a place where Rosetta Commons member laboratories and invited guests share their latest experimental and computational research breakthroughs in macromolecular engineering and structure prediction.

For more information about Rosetta Commons please go to the Rosetta Commons Website