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[SA_Scat] Neutrons for membrane biophysics

Dear List-Readers,
It is our pleasure to invite you to the "Neutrons for membrane biophysics" school that will take place in Garching (close to Munich) between the 15th and 19th of July. The event will focus on the use of neutrons and molecular deuteration to enable early career researchers to provide fresh insight into problems in membrane biophysics. The workshop's aims are to give: a practical background in the design of experiments (including utilisation of molecular deuteration); preparation of samples; successful execution of a measurement program (with hands on experiments at two instruments of the FRM II reactor); and the analysis of data. We will introduce software packages suitable for the analysis of data as well as explore the exciting possibilities of directly comparing molecular dynamics simulations with neutron scattering data. The target audience is early career researchers, mainly PhD students and postdoctoral fellows, working with biophysical problems involving model membranes.
More detail can be found on the website:http://www.fz-juelich.de/jcns/EN/Leistungen/ConferencesAndWorkshops/JCNSWorkshops/2020SINE/_node.html
Chris GarveyAlexandros Koutsioumpas
Dr. Chris GarveyResearch ScientistNSTLI Neutron ScatteringTelEmailWeb       +61 2 9717 9328cjg@ansto.gov.auwww.ansto.gov.au_______________________________________________sa_scat mailing listsa_scat@iucr.orghttp://mailman.iucr.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sa_scat

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