Talks and Seminars
Everyone is welcome to use the information provided in these seminars given appropriate acknowledgment. I do, however, appreciate a short notification.
ACSA refers to "Advanced Crystal Structure Analysis", a seminar series which was held weekly at the University of Göttingen until Winter 2014.
There is more material in the "Teaching" section, especially on recurring occasions like the CCP4 Workshop in Chicago .
Seminars at various workshops
This page has been discontinued in favour of my new web site at the PSI.
|ECM 2015||22th August 2015||Xen Crystallography - How to Choose your Radiation|
|DGK SHELXL Workshop||19th March 2015||SHELXL refinement against X-ray and neutron data (Short Introduction with subsequent live demonstration)|
|ACSA||11th November 2013||Using XDS with Small Molecule Data|
|ESS Neutron Protein Crystallography 2013||21st, 22nd March 2013||shelxl: Refinement of Macromolecular Structures against Neutron Data|
|20thBruker Users' Meeting||June 24th, 2012||How to Trace Polynucleotides: Current status of knuspr|
2011 and before
|Advances in Structural Biology Computing Symposium, SBGrid, Boston||June 24th, 2011||General overview about macromolecular refinement with shelxl and latest advances in shelxd/ shelxe|
|CCP4 Workshop Chicago||June 2009||This talk is essentially identical to the one I gave in Grenoble about the usage of shelx c/d/e, except for one or two minor improvements.|
|MAX-INF2 Practical Course Grenoble||June 2009||How to use shelx c/d/e for substructure solution (practical). Includes the shelxe_demo version for autotracing.|
|MAX-INF2 Practical Course Grenoble||June 2009||theoretical talk about substructure solution with shelx c/d/e.|
|Como Intl. School of Crystallography||June 2008||About the latest developments of shelxc/d/e, including the free lunch algorithm, backbone tracing of proteins and a suggested method for the backbone tracing of nucleic acids.|
|ECPM 2007||July 2007||n/a||15min overview about the status quo of the protein crystallography beamline of the Australian Synchrotron. It is the base version of the talk about Synchrotron Radiation|
|Hercules Course ESRF II||Oct. 2006||Introduction to low resolution refinement.|
|Shelx Workshop||Sep. 2006||This is the talk describes my current work on automated tracing of nucleic acids.|
Seminar: "Advanced Crystal Structure Analysis"
The Seminars about Advanced Crystal Structure Analysis cover a broad range of crystallographic topics. The seminar series is an official course of the Georg-August-Universität which means the students and PhD students can claim credits for regular attendance.
These are my talks within this series.
- November 14th, 2013: XDS for Small Molecule Data
- April 18th, 2013: mrtailor and external restraints for low resolution refinement
- October 25th, 2012: The Shelxl SFAC Card and the Cromer-Mann-Parameters
- January 12th, 2012: Highlights of the CCP4 study week-end 2012, Warwick University Campus.
- January 13th, 2011: Introduction to Neutron Laue Diffraction.
- October 25th, 2007: Synchrotrons and Synchrotron
Radiation. A short introduction how synchrotrons produce radiation
with a quick overview of the Protein Beamline at the Australian Synchrotron.
- October 26th, 2006: Low Resolution Refinement with Refmac5. This is a slightliy modified version of the talk given at the Hercules Specialised Course (see above).
- January 11th, 2005: The Bash
- December 14th, 2004: Coot and Refmac5
- December 11th, 2003: XDS
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