Workshop on Small-Angle X-ray Scattering and Diffraction Studies in Structural Biology


All talk titles are tentative. Presentation times are subject to change.

Monday, march 28, 2016
8:00AM Refreshments
8:30AM Welcome Thomas Weiss (Stanford/SSRL)
8:45AM Introduction to the SSRL - SMB Program Britt Hedman (Stanford/SSRL)
9:30AM Biological Small Angle Scattering Thomas Weiss (Stanford/SSRL)
10:30AM Break and Refreshments
10:45AM Synchrotron SAXS Instrumentation Ivan Rajkovic (Stanford/SSRL)
11:30AM BioSAXS: Practical Considerations Thomas Weiss (Stanford/SSRL)
12:15PM Lunch Break
1:15PM Visit to SSRL BL4-2 & start of remote data collection BL4-2 staff
3:00PM Break and Refreshments and Software Installation
3:30PM Data Reduction and Preliminary Analysis Ivan Rajkovic (Stanford/SSRL)
4:15PM How to Judge Data Quality Tsutomu Matsui (Stanford/SSRL)
5:15PM Adjourn
TUEsday, march 29, 2016
8:00AM Refreshments & Announcements
8:30AM Introduction to Analytical software: What Can You Do Using BioSAXS? Tsutomu Matsui (Stanford/SSRL)
9:30AM Integrative Structural Modeling with Small Angle X-ray Scattering Profiles Seung Joong Kim (UC San Francisco)
10:30AM Break and Refreshments
10:45AM Introduction to Time-Resolved SAXS Thomas Weiss (Stanford/SSRL)
11:30AM SAXS, NMR and Crystallography Reveal the Activation Mechanism Allyn Schoeffler (Spring Hill College)
12:15PM Lunch Break
1:15PM Better Data with SEC-SAXS Tsutomu Matsui (Stanford/SSRL)
2:00PM MultiFoXS: Modelling Heterogeneous Samples with SAXS Data Daniel Saltzberg (UC San Francisco)
3:00PM Break and Refreshments
3:30PM Data Analysis and Q/A BL4-2 Staff
5:30PM Adjourn  
6:30pm Dinner
wednesday, march 30, 2016
8:00AM Refreshments and Announcements
8:30AM Structure and Dynamics of Adapter Proteins the Interface of ell Membrae and Actin Cytoskeleton Zimei Bu (City College of NY)
9:30AM Uncovering Macromolecule Conformation Ensembles with X-ray Scattering Interferometry Xuesong Shi (Stanford)
10:30AM Break and Refreshments
10:45AM US-SOMO HPLC-SAXS Module: Dealing with Capillary Fouling, and Extraction of Pure Component Patterns from Poorly Resolved SEC-SAXS Data Alexey Savelyev (UT San Antonio)
12:30PM Lunch Break
1:30PM Creating Structural Models from SAXS Data Using the FoXS Suite (tutorial) Daniel Saltzberg (UC San Francisco)
3:00PM Break and Refreshments
3:30PM Data Analysis, Q&A BL4-2 Staff
5:00PM Close of Workshop

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