[3dem] 3DEM GRC
Michael.Radermacher at uvm.edu
Mon Dec 16 14:37:10 PST 2013
Do you have the complete evaluation? In the 2011 Conference the
presence at the talks was severely undercounted and I do not know if
this has been updated in the data that you have. For example, on
Wednesday they counted
70% attendance when 98% of the evaluations were returned, which
reflects the true attendance. I asked GRC at the time to correct this
in the evaluations, but do not know if they actually included these
corrections in the data they sent to you. I just wanted to make sure
that you are comparing up-to-date figures. As you know, attendance is
a major factor in the conference evaluations.
Otherwise, it is great to hear that the conference had this great
Quoting Edward Egelman <egelman at virginia.edu>:
> The Gordon Research Conferences just returned the analysis for the
> 2013 meeting, and I think that a clear trend is emerging! Based upon
> the evaluations of the attendees, the 2013 3DEM meeting was ranked
> in the top 10% of all GRCs. The meeting was ranked Above Average in
> all evaluation areas (scientific content, discussion, etc.) by 90%
> of the attendees at the 2013 meeting. The attached PDF shows the
> percentage of attendees at previous meetings who gave a ranking of
> Above Average in all areas, and I think that this trend reflects the
> field itself, and not the particulars of each individual meeting.
> The future looks promising.
> Edward H. Egelman, Ph.D.
> Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
> University of Virginia
> Biophysical Society
> phone: 434-924-8210
> fax: 434-924-5069
> egelman at virginia.edu
Michael Radermacher, Ph.D., Prof.
University of Vermont
Dept. Molecular Physiology and Biophysics
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Burlington, VT 05405
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