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Cryo-EM 3D Image Analysis Symposium 2016

Mar.  30, 2016 - Apr. 02, 2016 

Lake Tahoe, California


Dorit Hanein Steve Ludtke
Alicia Uncangco
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Organizing Committee
Wah Chiu, Ed Egelman, Ben Hankamer, Masahide Kikkawa, David Mastronarde, Pawel Penczek, Henning Stahlberg, Fei Sun, Niels Volkmann

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The second workshop in this series will again focus on cutting edge techniques for image analysis in Cryo-EM. Intended to be more technical than the annual Gordon Conference, speakers at this event represent most of the leading software developers in this field. Attendance by post-docs and grad students is encouraged, with a goal of open discussion of the details of methods being used and developed in the field.

The workshop will have 7 sessions over 2 1/2 days:

  • Keynote: Joachim Frank

  • Handling Compositional and Conformational Variability

  • High Resolution Subtomogram Averaging and Related Techniques

  • High Resolution Single Particle Analysis

  • Resolution Assessment, Model and Map Validation

  • Direct Detector Data Storage Roundtable

  • Selected Poster Talks


We would also like to gratefully acknowledge support of the NIGMS (R13GM112397)