4th International Symposium on Cryo-3D Image Analysis 2020 (Postponed)


DATE

Wednesday, 18. March 2020
to
Saturday, 21. March 2020

LOCATION

Granlibakken Conference Center,

Lake Tahoe, California

http://granlibakken.com


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Coronavirus Update

The organizing committee has regretfully concluded that we must postpone the workshop. Our hope is to truly postpone rather than cancel it, but as the new proposed date may be some months from now, clearly we expect there will be some program and participant changes.

1) The resort is now processing full refunds for all participants who have not already cancelled

2) You do not need to contact us individually, everyone will be automatically marked as cancelled

3) We are working with the resort on a new date for the conference which will likely be sometime between late fall and a year from now.

4) We will keep the list of current registrants, and contact you all when we have a new proposed date, with instructions for how to re-register if you are able to attend.

We are happy to announce the 4th biennial CryoEM 3D Image Analysis Symposium to be held at Granlibakken in March 2020. As in the past, the symposium provides a GRC-like atmosphere with a strong focus on technical aspects of algorithms for image processing in CryoEM. Participants are encouraged to discuss issues in depth, and long discussion sessions are scheduled for each talk. We also have a significant poster-talk session for cutting edge developments and discussion for those bringing new concepts into CryoEM. The meeting has been very well attended in the past with ~150 participants, a large fraction of whom are active methods developers in the field. We have been very successful in attracting a range of people from students and postdocs to senior faculty, and have had very good and in depth discussions on algorithms and methodologies in this field.

The topics for this year's symposium are:

  • Tomography
  • Conformational Variability
  • Deep Learning in CryoEM/ET
  • Improving Maps with Density Modification
  • Automation in CryoEM/ET
  • Round Tables on Data Compression/Archival/Collection
  • Selected Poster Talks

ORGANIZERS

Steve J. Ludtke
Professor
Baylor College Of Medicine
Dorit Hanein
Professor
Sanford Burnham Prebys


KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Edward Egelman

Professor

University of Virginia


SPEAKERS

Joakim Anden
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Jose-Maria Carazo
CNB-CSIC
Daniel Castano-Diez
UNIBAS
Muyuan Chen
BCM
Anchi Cheng
NYSBC
Wah Chiu
Stanford University
Michael A. Cianfrocco
University of Michigan
David Derosier
Brandeis University
Frank Dimaio
University of Washington
Paul Emsley
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
James Fraser
UCSF
Tamir Gonen
UCLA
Benjamin Himes
HHMI Janelia Research Campus
Grant Jensen
Caltech/HHMI
Wen Jiang
Purdue University
Slavica Jonic
Sorbonne University
Daisuke Kihara
Purdue University
Masahide Kikkawa
University of Tokyo
Gerard Kleywegt
EMBL-EBI
David Mastronarde
Univ. of Colorado
Alex J. Noble
NYSBC
Abbas Ourmazd
University of Wisconsin
Clint Potter
NYSBC
Jane Shelby Richardson
Duke University School of Medicine
Dong Si
University of Washington
Carlos Oscar Sanchez Sorzano
CNB-CSIC
Holger Stark
University of Göttingen
Kenneth A. Taylor
Florida State University
Beata Turonova
EMBL
Craig Yoshioka
Oregon HSU
Ellen Zhong
MIT

MEETING COORDINATOR

Theresa Villalpando

Sanford Burnham Prebys

tvillalpando@SBPdiscovery.org


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Jose Maria Carazo
National Cntr For Biotech
carazo@cnb.csic.es
Edward Egelman
Uva Medical School
egelman@virginia.edu
Masahide Kikkawa
University Of Tokyo
mkikkawa@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Pawel A. Penczek
Uthealth
Pawel.A.Penczek@uth.tmc.edu
Scott Stagg
Florida State University
sstagg@fsu.edu
Niels Volkmann
Sanford Burnham Prebys
niels@sbpdiscovery.org

SPONSORS




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