Join us online for a workshop from Monday (Nov 23) to Wednesday (Nov 25) with programme 13h - 18h CET each day.
This 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.
When: Nov 23 - Nov 25
Dates are fixed - the workshop will be fully digital.
Abstracts: We welcome abstract submissions. A few abstracts will be selected for oral presentations. We also plan to have posters online. The deadline for abstracts is Nov. 1.
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, "Ultrafast dynamics investigated by laser-driven light-sources at the Extreme Light Infrastructure"
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, "Structure-function of the human melatonin receptors and potential for time-resolved studies
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”
Mikael Akke - Lund University, “Dynamic allosteric communication pathway in the glucocorticoid receptor directs its differential activation by ligands and coregulators”
Gleb Bourenkov - EMBL@PETRA III, Hamburg, "Development of time-resolved synchrotron crystallography at EMBL/P14"
Vania Calandrini - Forschungszentrum Juelich, "An Open-Boundary Molecular Mechanics/Coarse-Grained Framework for Simulations of Low-Resolution G-Protein-Coupled Receptor–Ligand Complexes"
Ran Friedman - Linnaeus University, Kalmar, “Computer simulations of kinases - the challenge in resolving enzyme activation”
LINXS working group in Time-Resolved Structural Biology, with support from the Biocompute and Dynamics working groups.
The registration deadline is on November 1.