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new We are moving and hiring!

Willy Wriggers will be the Frank Batten Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. ODU has a long tradition in government and industrial applications of 3D modeling and visualization. We will complement the growing number of computational life sciences and biomedical engineering programs on campus.

We are seeking a loyal and highly motivated scientist to join the lab as a visiting scholar or research associate as soon as possible. This position will be funded from Dr. Wriggers' personal endowment so it could be for any time period, from a few months to permanent.

Situs now an SBGrid supported application.

Review article: Wriggers, 2012 describes many of the Situs conventions (such as correlation, resolution, map formats) and scripting enabled work flows.

Situs 2.7
introduced the voltrac utility for detecting filamentous densities (such as alpha-helices and actin filaments)  (Rusu and Wriggers, 2012, Rusu et al., 2012). We also included the new volfltr utility for denoising 3D maps and 2D image stacks (Starosolski et al., 2012) using a digital paths filtering approach. 

Situs 2.6 introduced:

Situs is an award-winning program package for the modeling of atomic resolution structures into low-resolution density maps e.g. from electron microscopy, tomography, or small angle X-ray scattering.

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