CADD Conferences


The  2019 conference was organized by Dr. Swietnicki. The Archive section has more information and the agenda.

Place: Wroclaw

Goal of the conference is to get together people working on computational drug design (CADD) with application to protein targets. The area is relatively new in Poland and would benefit greatly from exchange of ideas on how to do it a bit differently than what is typically done using a public domain/custom developed solutions.

 Many people were interested in more advanced topics, e.g., free energy perturbation methods, protein-ligand interaction optimization and potentially protein-antibody interface redesigning. Therefore, the sponsoring company presented a 2-stage workshop centered around techniques commonly used in the field of computational chemistry. The workshop was led by Dr. Stephan Ehrlich, Schrodinger, with a tiny help of Dr. Swietnicki at the end.

As usual, the response was very positive and we are looking forward to the next year’s conference.  Due to COVID-19 epidemic, the conference series has been suspended. We are looking into virtual meeting setup for the future.

If you are a vendor and are interested in sponsoring a part of the conference, please contact me directly using the Contact page.


Registration is paid. The upper limit on the number of attendants depends on the room’s capacity which is around 200 people.

Please use  “Registration” page to register. State if you want to attend only or be a speaker. In the latter case, please send the title of proposed talk.


Due to personal data protection laws, contact information for registered persons is confidential. If you want it to be made public, please send me an e-mail stating that you give me a permission to post the data on my site. In Poland, it requires  at least a scan of a signed document.


  1. Hotel Novotel (, about 1 km from Weigla Street
  2. Platinum Palace Hotel (, about 1.2 km from Weigla Street
  3. Hotel Podkowa (, about 1 km from Weigla Street
  4. Ibis Budget Wroclaw Poludnie (, about 1.2 km from Weigla Street

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