11th European Symposium, Lausanne, 1996
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This biannual event was held at the beautiful campus of the University of Lausanne and was attended by 325 participants. In a full lecture programme from Sunday evening upto Friday at noon the full spectrum of current activities was covered. Lectures were divided into five sections: Chemometrics (plenary lectures by Hugo Kubinyi and Peter Jurs), Lead Finding Strategies (Richard Lewis, Hans-Joachim Böhm), Computational Approaches in Drug Disposition (Dennis Smith and Aldo Begnini), 3D-QSAR and Molecular Modelling (Gabriele Cruciani and Thomas Lengauer), Future Challenges (Gerry Maggiora and Christine Humblet).  In three poster sessions ca 150 posters were displayed and sprightly discussed. Interactions among the participants were further optimized by a number of social events, starting with a visit to the Olympic museum, and furthermore an organ concert in the cathedral, boat trip and buffet on the lake and finally a gala dinner including a dance party.

Han van de Waterbeemd, Chairman

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