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We are running a serial femtosecond crystallography data analysis workshop at ACA 2015 in Philadelphia, PA, focused on "Serial Crystallography Data Analysis with Cheetah and CrystFEL: Concepts and Tutorials".
We will begin at 9 am and conclude at 5 pm.
This workshop is intended for graduate students, postdocs and young scientists interested in the details of serial femtosecond crystallography data analysis. It is not intended as an introduction to crystallography. Participants will be assumed to have at least a
basic knowledge of conventional crystallographic data analysis, as we will focus on the specific features of SFX analysis. Participants are strongly encouraged to obtain familiarity with Unix commands prior to attending.
Practice data (from
http://cxidb.org ) will be available, and participants are welcome to bring their own SFX data.
This conference session, co-chaired by 2 of the workshop organizers, will provide an overview of XFEL SFX and its rapid development, recent implementations of serial crystallography at synchrotrons, dealing with practical and computations issues with data from multiple crystals, as well as some exciting recent biological results obtained with SFX. The workshop will provide hands-on training for the analysis of serial crystallographic data from "raw" data to a reflection list that can be used in further crystallographic analysis.
The workshop has sold out. Please contact Kristina Vitale via firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waiting list.
Registration was through the ACA website:
All participants must pre-register for the workshop and submit the following fee with their meeting registration form:
Student or Post-doc - before May 31, $100, on or after June 1, $150
Academic others - before May 31, $150, on or after June 1, $200
Corporate - before May 31, $250, on or after June 1, $300
Workshop fees cover the workshop, wifi, coffee/tea breaks, and lunch.
Workshop fees can be waived for a limited number of students (sponsored by the National Science Foundation BioXFEL Science and Technology Center). You will need to apply for the stipend through the BioXFEL STC, by contacting Jill Szczesek at
Guest speaker Thomas White, CFEL/DESY Organizers / instructors Nadia Zatsepin, ASU Thomas Grant, HWI Cornelius Gati, CFEL/DESY Marc Messerschmidt, HWI Eddie Snell, HWI
This workshop is supported by the NSF BioXFEL STC, Center for Free Electron Science (CFEL) at DESY, and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.