PSI3 Workshop, July 2007

PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
The talks updating each of the developers' recent work were truly riveting, although one person wasn't paying full attention, as you can see in the upper-right shot. Ed Valeev (lower left) took up his coffee habit again during the workshop, and Steve Arnstein (lower right) of the Georgia Tech group gave a nice talk on their latest stuff.

PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
At midday on Friday, we had a very nice lunch, provided by the CCC. David Sherrill and two of his students, Ed Hohenstein and Tait Takatani (upper left), along with one of our hosts, Justin Turney upper right), all enjoyed the break. Meanwhile, Ed Valeev, Rollin King, Christopher Rinderspacher, and Heather Jaeger talked shop until the afternoon breakout sessions.

PSI3 Workshop
PSI3 Workshop
The morning talks gave way in the afternoon to special sessions focused on specific new target capabilities. On the left, we see the structural optimization group discussing interfragment coordinates (left to right: James Hinshaw, Frank Pickard, Rollin King, Heather Jaeger, David Sherrill, Ashley Ringer, and Wesley Allen). On the right, Daniel Crawford, Francesco Evangelista, and Andy Simmonett talk about new CC capabilities in PSI3.