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Re: Concept-Proposal of the ComSIG

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  • Subject: Re: Concept-Proposal of the ComSIG
  • From: "Eleanor J. Dodson" <ccp4@ysbl.york.ac.uk>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2002 12:27:21 +0100 (BST)
"a.l.spek" wrote:
> Dear Members of SIG #10:
>         I have put together a concept-proposal for four computing
> related sessions in DURBAN-2003 based on the suggestions and comments
> received sofar (Sept 13, 12.00).
> Please feel free to comment.
> The final proposal will have to be sent by this weekend.
> Thans for your input sofar.
> Best Wishes
> Ton Spek (Chairman)

 For reference here are suggestions for the MX SIG

Possible Microsymposia/Keynotes for ECM-21 - Vers. 2 - 12:22:15 PM

Methods-oriented Microsymposia
High Throughput
Chairpersons: Udo Heinemann, Christian Cambillau

Teresa Bergfors

Cryo/Radiation Damage
Chairpersons: Elspeth Garman
Topics: systematic investigations into radiation damage, radidation
damage as a phasing tool

Difficult Structures
Chairpersons: Thomas Schneider
Topics: Difficult Phasing, twinning, pseudo-symmetry

Refinement/Model Building/Visualization/Validation
Chairperson: Gerard Kleyweght Garib Murshudov,

(Sub) Atomic Resolution
Chairpersons: Zbyzsek Dauter
Topics: high resolution structures, charge density on proteins, 
structural chemistry of ligands and active sites,
this could be a session together with the small molecule people.

Synchrotron / Instrumentation (Solid State Det)
Chairpersons: John Helliwell

this could be a workshop run by CSD/EBI etc.

Chairpersons: So Iwata,
This MS could be merged with 'Large Systems'

Results-oriented Microsymposia ...

 The concepts seem good - probably others better than me to organise 
the session, but that oesnt affect the general interest in the topic..


Eleanor J.Dodson, York Structural Biology Laboratory,
                  Chemistry Department, 
                  University of York, Y01 5DD Heslington, U.K.
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