21 - 23 novembre 2023, Grenoble
The ESRF and EMBL Joint Structural Biology Group, with the support of EU project Streamline, is organizing a workshop on sample preparation, data collection and data processing for Ambient Temperature Crystallography.
ESRF and EMBL have been laying the groundwork for the future development of this field with two main projects: the refurbishment of MASSIF1 (https://www.esrf.fr/MASSIF1), including a CrystalDirect Harvester, allowing full automation of single crystal RT data collection and the new ID29 (https://www.esrf.fr/id29) for Time Resolved Serial
Crystallography experiments with microseconds X-ray pulses.
This 2.5 days workshop will cover the different practical and theoretical aspects of room temperature data collection and structure determination on the first day, followed by practicals at the beamlines and data processing on the following days.
A total number of 10 participants will be selected and we will accept a limited number of participants’ samples to be tested during the workshop. There is no registration fee and meals and accommodation during the workshop will be provided free of charge. Bursaries are available to cover travel expenses for the participants.
Deadline for application for the workshop is on 15th August.
Applications can be submitted at the following link
More information is available at the following link
Confirmed speakers and tutors include:
Robert Thorne (Cornell)
Marcus Fischer (St Jude)
Daniel Keedy (CUNY)
Silvia Russi (SSRL)
Chia-Ying Huang (PSI)
Sasha Popov (ESRF)
Clemens Vonhrein (GPhL)
Nicolas Coquelle (IBS)