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Workshop on Single Particle Reconstruction and Visualization


DATE
Mar.  14, 2007 - Mar. 17, 2007 
All Day

LOCATION
University of Houston
Texas Learning and Computation Center
Houston, TX

INSTRUCTOR
SPEAKERS

Ben Webb Tom Ferrin
UCSF, Mission Bay
Homology Modeling
UCSF, Mission Bay
Chimera for Visualization
 
Maya Topf Tom Goddard
Birkbeck College London
Modeller Practical
UCSF, Mission Bay
Chimera Practical
 
Pawel Penczek Wen Jiang
UT Houston Medical School
Topics in Image Processing
Purdue University
Icosahedral Reconstructions
 
Mike Schmid Matt Baker
BCM
Tomographic Single Particle Averaging
BCM
AIRS for Map Interpretation
 
Mike Marsh Kim Henrick
BCM
Fourier Theory
EBI
Data Deposition at the EBI
 
Yong Zhao Ian Rees
Scripps Research Institute
Visualization with Vision
BCM
EMEN2 Database
 
Wah Chiu Steve Ludtke
BCM
Image Formation Theory
BCM
EMAN Tutorial and Practicals
 

ORGANIZERS

Steven Ludtke Wah Chiu
sludtke@bcm.tmc.edu wah@bcm.tmc.edu
   
 
Lenora Trujillo
lenorat@bcm.edu
voice: 713-798-2191
fax: 713-798-8682
*administrative contact
 



REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 16, 2007
The registration deadline is now past. The workshop is full.

This four day workshop will cover:

  • General image processing background

  • Single particle reconstruction using EMAN

  • Visualization using UCSF Chimera

  • Direct structure analysis using AIRS

  • Homology modeling using Modeller



Introductory lectures on general image processing theory will be given each morning, followed by practical workshops each afternoon. Each participant will be provided access to an individual PC, in the University of Houston's state of the art teaching facility.

Due to computer availability, registration will be limited. Please provide information on the registration page indicating some of your background and reasons for attending the workshop. Acceptance emails will confirm registration once the registration period closes.

The entire workshop is free of charge, though participants will be responsible for their own travel and lodging. Some additional funds MAY be available for those needing additional assistance, but at most we will be able to cover lodging expenses. Please indicate requests for additional assistance on the registration page. Also indicate whether you would be unable to attend without travel assistance.

SPONSORS

Agouron Institute
National Center for Research Resources
Texas Learning and Computation Center, University of Houston
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
JEOL