[3dem] Minisymposium on Computational Methods for 3D Microscopy Reconstruction

Joachim Frank jf2192 at columbia.edu
Fri Oct 15 13:30:41 PDT 2010

  Please note the  announcement pasted below for the 3rd Annual 
Minisymposium on Methods for 3D Microscopy Reconstruction, co-organized 
by Gabor Herman and myself.


Minisymposium on Computational Methods for Three-Dimensional Microscopy

/Room 4102, Graduate Center of the City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue (corner of 34th St), New York, NY 10016
November 8, 2010/

/Program Chairs: Gabor Herman (CUNY Graduate Center)
Joachim Frank (Columbia University)/

10:20-10:30  Gabor Herman (CUNY) -- Welcome
10:30-11:20  Robert Langlois (Columbia) -- Current State of Automated 
Picking from a Machine Learning Perspective
11:20-12:10  Joanna Klukowska (CUNY) -- Distance-Dependent Blur 
Correction in
3D Electron and Soft X-ray Microscopy

12:10-13:40 Lunch break

13:40-14:30  Yaser Hashem (Columbia) -- Creating the First Atomic Model of
Transfer-Messenger RNA in the Resume State Based on Cryo-EM Density Maps
14:30-15:20  Gabor Herman (CUNY) -- Mathematical Trees and Graphs: What are
They and How to Use Them In Structural Biology

15:20-15:40 Coffee break

15:40-16:30  Hstau Liao (Columbia) -- Classification of Projections in 
Electron Microscopy Using a Common-Lines Similarity Measure
16:30-17:20  Dimitris Giannakis (Courant Institute, NYU) -- Structure 
and Dynamics
from Manifold Symmetries of Image Formation
17:20-17:30  Joachim Frank (Columbia) -- Auf Wiedersehen

/This meeting is open to all and there is no registration fee. If you 
intend to attend,
then we request (but do not insist) that you send your name, affiliation 
and e-mail
address to gabortherman at yahoo.com./

Joachim Frank, Ph.D.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator,
Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics,
and Department of Biology, Columbia University,
650 W. 168th Street, P&S Black Building 2-221
New York, NY10032
(T) 212 305-9510
(F) 212 305-9500
(E) jf2192 at columbia.edu

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