The workshop in Time Resolved Structural Biology organized by LINXS will be held as an online workshop November 23-25, 2020, each day there will be a session between 13h and 18h (CET; Central European Time). We have opened up the workshop for a larger number of participants so we welcome new registrations!
We welcome abstracts for posters and contributed talks (deadline November 1). A preliminary schedule can be found on the website but will be finalized when contributed talks have been confirmed.
The workshop will cover different aspects of studying the molecular structure of biological macromolecules using time-resolved experimental techniques or computational methods – What can we learn? What method is best for a certain question and how do they complement each other? The workshop aims to broaden concepts of time-resolved structural biology and it will encourage discussion between the participants.
For more information and registration to the workshop, please see: https://indico.linxs.lu.se/event/163/
Abbas Ourmazd – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, “Dynamics by Machine Learning”
Sebastian Westenhoff – University of Gothenburg, “Photoactivation of the “eyes” of plants”
Ana-Nicoleta Bondar – Freie Universität Berlin, “How dynamic hydrogen-bond networks shape protein conformational plasticity of GPCRs and SARS-CoV-2 spike protein S”
Hongyi Xu – Stockholm University, “Electron Diffraction Methods for Structure Determination of Biomolecules”
Jakob Andreasson – ELI Beamlines, “Applications in structural dynamics at the ELI Beamlines user facility”
Jörg Standfuss – Paul Scherrer Institute, “Time-resolved serial crystallography using synchrotrons and X-ray lasers – Rhodopsins pave the way to a dynamic future”
Linda C Johansson – University of Gothenburg
Mikael Akke – Lund University, “Dynamic allosteric communication pathway in the glucocorticoid receptor directs its differential activation by ligands and coregulators”
Jörg Pieper – University of Tartu, “Insights into structure and dynamics of photosynthetic protein complexes from neutron scattering experiments”
Radoslav Enchev, The Francis Crick Institute, “Time-Resolved Analysis by Cryo-Electron Microscopy”
Gleb Bourenkov – EMBL@PETRA III, Hamburg, “Development of time-resolved synchrotron crystallography at EMBL/P14”
Vania Calandrini – Forschungszentrum Juelich
Ran Friedman – Linnaeus University, Kalmar, “Computer simulations of kinases – the challenge in resolving enzyme activation”
LINXS (Lund Institute of Advanced Neutron and X-Ray Science) is a recently formed institute in Lund whose mission is to promote science and education focusing on the use of neutrons and X-rays, as well as complementary methodologies, to attract world-leading scientists for short- and long-term focused research visits, and to create international networks.
/The organizers of the LINXS TRSB workshop