B23 User Meeting

Oct 12. till Oct 12.

B23 User Meeting

A one-day workshop in which the B23 team will summarise current capabilities both in hardware and software as well as novel applications in both the physical and life sciences and update on current developments.

Date
12/10/20162016-10-12T10:30:00 - 12/10/20162016-10-12T16:30:00
Time
10:30 - 16:30
Location
G59, Diamond House, Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire
Link
Register Here

On the 12th October 2016, Diamond Light Source (DLS) will hold a one-day workshop in which the B23 team will summarise current capabilities both in hardware and software as well as novel applications in both the physical and life sciences and update on current developments.

The workshop will also include a young investigator section as well as poster session. Registrants are encouraged to submit an abstract for the poster session. At the end of the meeting, a prize for the best poster and young investigator talk presentation will take place.

Topics covered include: 

  • Conformation and ligand interactions
  • High Throughput CD, HT-CD
  • High Pressure CD, HP-CD
  • Oriented CD, OCD
  • Ultra Low Temp CD, ULT-CD
  • Ultra High Temp CD, UHT-CD
  • Imaging CD, CD-MAP
  • Pump-Probe CD
  • Microfluidics CD
  • Software, CDApps

Confirmed speakers

  • Rohanah Hussain, Diamond Light Source
  • Giuliano Siligardi, Diamond Light Source
  • Dave Middleton, University of Lancaster
  • Charlotte Hughes, University of Lancaster
  • Luke Evans, University of Southampton
  • Christian Bortolini, University of Aarhus
  • Gyozo Garab, Biological Research Centre, Szeged, Hungary
  • Ashley Hughes, Gothenburg University
  • Tim Heal, University of Bristol
  • Mateus Webba da Silva, University of Ulster
  • Angus Kirkland, University of Oxford
 
 

Registration

The Registration fee for this workshop is £30 which includes refreshments and lunch. Registration is limited to 30 places which will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Delegates will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation, if required.

Programme

09:00 Registration / Coffee
09:30 Welcome note - Rohanah Hussain, Diamond Light Source, UK
09:40 Talk 1: Update on B23 -  Giuliano Siligardi, Diamond Light Source, UK
10:15 Talk 2: Keynote; Experiences of circular dichroism spectroscopy in the study of self-assembling proteins - Dave Middleton, University of Lancaster, UK
10:50 Talk 3: Young Investigator 1 - Charlotte Hughes, University of Central Lancashire, UK
11:05 Break
11:30 Talk 4: Young Investigator 2 - Luke Evans, University of Southampton
11:45 Talk 5: Young Investigator 3 - Christian Bortolini, University of Aarhus, Denmark
12:00 Talk 6:  The molecular architecture, macro-organization and functions of the major light-harvesting protein complexes of green plants – as revealed by circular dichroism spectroscopy techniques - Gyozo Garab, Academy of Science, Szeged, Hungary
12:30 Posters
13:15 Lunch/Exhibitor (Sponsor Hellma)
14:00 Talk 7: Young Investigator 4 - Ashley Hughes, Gothenberg University, Sweden
14:15 Talk 8: Young Investigator 5 - Tim Heal, University of Bristol, UK
14:30 Talk 9: Title TBC - Mateus Webba da Silva, University of Ulster, Ireland
15:00 Talk 10: Keynote - Investigation of photo-induced chirality in chalcogenide phase-change memory materials - Angus Kirkland, University of Oxford, UK
15:35 Break
15:50 Feedback and Discussion, Prize Presentation
16:30 End of meeting

 

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