S2C2 Workshop – Image Processing, November 18-20, 2019

Stanford-SLAC Cryo-EM Center (S2C2) will offer a training workshop held at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory between November 18 and 20, 2019. This workshop will include all steps of image reconstruction and the practical use of software for single particle image reconstruction available under Scipion. This workshop will consist of three days of lectures and hands-on training sessions led by Profs. David DeRosier, Jose Maria Carazo, Georgios Skiniotis and colleagues. The practical sessions will be conducted via cloud computing accounts and is only available on-site to a limited number of participants. Zoom teleconferencing will be available for the lectures and demonstration of the practical material  but will not have a practical participation option. If you are interested, you may apply before October 31, 2019.


All required documentation must be submitted by all applicants by 5:00 PM PST on October 31, 2019


*DOE Access Form (must be filled out at time of registration and returned to JoAnn Polizzi at joannp@slac.stanford.eduThis form is for access to both the event and to SLAC - you must fill out whether you have a SLAC ID Badge/User/or Employee.

*Beginning Feb. 1, 2019, the Department of Energy (DOE) requires that all foreign nationals (non-U.S. citizens) looking to conduct work on-site at SLAC must provide their curriculum vitae (CV).  Please go to following link for more details on other information on visiting SLAC:

Location:  Lectures: Monday, November 18 - 20, 2019  Redwood Conference Rooms, Bldg. 048

*Apply Here   (application) REGISTRATION IS NOW Open

Workshop Agenda (TBD)

Guest Speakers

-Prof. Jose Maria Carazo, National Center of Biotechnology, Madrid, Spain

-Prof. David DeRosier, Professor Emeritus of Biology

-Dr. David Maluenda-Niubo, National Center of Biotechnology, Madrid Spain

-Dr. Carlos Oscar Sorzano Sanchez, National Center of Biotechnology, Madrid, Spain

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