[3dem] Single particle cryoEM workshop at SLAC/Stanford

Cornelius Gati cgati at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 5 16:06:36 PST 2019

Hello everyone,

The Stanford-SLAC cryoEM Center (S2C2 - https://cryoem.slac.stanford.edu/s2c2/) is sponsoring a single particle cryoEM image processing workshop at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (Menlo Park, CA), from March 11 to March 13 2019. The first part of the course will cover theoretical aspects of image processing (Electron scattering, Fourier transform, CTF, etc.), held by our invited speaker David DeRosier (Brandeis University). This will be followed by a hands-on workshop on Relion 3, held by Cornelius Gati (SLAC/Stanford University), covering all aspects from raw images, motion correction, CTF estimation, classification to final reconstructions. The third day of the course will cover Map validation and modeling (Greg Pintilie and Wah Chiu Stanford/SLAC) and further talks by advanced users with useful tips for how to tackle your image processing problems. The course is aimed at beginners in single particle cryoEM image analysis and will be going through a relion tutorial, while participants are encouraged to prepare questions regarding their own datasets (time permitted). Attendance in person is preferable, although a Zoom link for remote participants will be provided as well. Applicants will be selected based on a short description of their scientific background and motivation letter. The course will be free of charge, while accommodation will have be covered by the participants.

Applications are open starting now through the following link:

Any questions prior to the course are welcome to Cornelius Gati (cgati[at]stanford.edu<http://stanford.edu>).

We are looking forward to welcoming you at S2C2.

Very best wishes,


Gati, Cornelius
cgati at stanford.edu<mailto:cgati at stanford.edu>

Panofsky Fellow
Biosciences Division
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and School of Medicine, Stanford University
2575 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park, CA, USA, 94025

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