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Prof. Dr. Timothy Clark

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Computer-Chemie-Centrum

Tim Clark was born in 1949 in England and obtained his Ph.D. from the Queen’s University Belfast in 1973. He is Director of the Computer-Chemie-Centrum in Erlangen and the Centre for Molecular Design at the University of Portsmouth, UK. He develops and applies modelling and simulation techniques in chemistry, materials science and biology. He is the author of 300 research articles and two books and is the founding editor of the Journal of Molecular Modeling. In 2009, he was awarded the Klaus-Wilhelm von der Lieth Medal.

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New Trends in Computer-Aided Drug Design

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