Welcome To FlexwebFlexweb is a portal to research in the flexibility of networks and associated software. Much of this software has been developed in my group at Arizona State University and previously at Michigan State University. New contributions and additions are welcome from all and will be acknowledged on the site. The major areas of focus for Flexweb can be reached by following the links in the left-hand menu. This menu is present on all pages on this site. One of the most important aspects of Flexweb is the ability to run our software, especially the biomolecular flexibility analysis software named FIRST, on our server via a web interface. Explore the "software" link in the Flexweb menu to explore more. You will need to register to access the software for download or to run online. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any suggestions, comments or questions, or take advantage of the Flexweb forum for knowledge about the software and this website. Also please contact us to take part in the monthly "netmeetings" and/or the annual workshop held in Tempe every May.
The software available on this site has been written by Mykyta Chubynsky, Dan Farrell, Brandon Hespenheide, Don Jacobs, Scott Menor, A.J. Rader and Stephen Wells. The Flexweb site was developed by Brandon Hespenheide, with help from Scott Menor, and is maintained by Kirill Speranskiy.
We gratefully acknowledge research funding from the NSF, NIH and Arizona State University.
Michael F. Thorpe
Center for Biological Physics
Arizona State University
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