CB 399: Data Processing in Crystallography Parts I & II

Data Processing in Crystallography Parts I & II

High resolution macromolecular structural models are dependent not only on the quality of samples and the equipment used to generate structural data, but also on the subsequent processes of processing and analyzing that data.  Progress in developing enhanced structural models is dependent on refinements to the computational models used to process this data.  Two nanocourses, conducted in conjunction with the 2014 Quo Vadis Structural Biology? training workshop, will present contemporary techniques and recent advances in data processing.  These are advanced nanocourses for students with experience in data processing for structural biology.

Both nanocourses are jointly presented by the Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology and the Therapeutics Graduate Program.

Full program for the event is available at SBGrid website: http://www.sbgrid.org/news/article/id=393.

As part of the event registered students can present posters, can join Phenix Workshop, and can participate in meet-with-experts session.

Please click on the links below to register for both nanocourses:

Data Processing in Crystallography Part I: Elements of Data Processing

Data Processing in Crystallography Part II: Elements of Data Collection and Processing Fast Lane

 AUDITORS (Post-Docs, Faculty, or Staff) DO NOT NEED TO SIGN UP TO ATTEND THE 1st SESSION.  PLEASE DO NOT ENROLL

REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 10 PEOPLE FOR EACH NANOCOURSE