High Data-Rate Macromolecular Crystallography (HDRMX) Meeting

Nov 06. till Nov 07.

High Data-Rate Macromolecular Crystallography (HDRMX) Meeting

This is the latest in a series of formal and informal meetings that began in 2016 to support the community in exploiting high data rate macromolecular crystallography. The focus of this meeting will be on changes to the NeXuS/HDF5 format to create the new Gold Standard, FileWriter2 and Stream2 developments and the way forward with ever increasing data rates from faster and larger detectors. Facility updates would be most welcome.

Date
06/11/20192019-11-06 - 07/11/20192019-11-07
Location
Diamond Light Source

 

The attendance to this event is available only upon invitation.
 
The event is free to attend and places are provided on a first come, first served basis.
 

Lunches and refreshments will be provided free of charge during the meeting. Tickets for the meeting dinner will be available for purchase on the online registration system.

 
All participants are expected to cover cost of their accommodation and transport.

 

Agenda - DRAFT

 

6th November

 G59 Diamond House

 

Chair

Graeme Winter

 

0900

Welcome &

Agree agenda

Dave Hall

Herbert Bernstein

0915 (4 x 22.5)

Facility presentations:

Australian Light Source

Soleil Synchrotron

ESRF/EMBL-Gr

SLS

 

Tom Caradoc-Davies

Martin Savko

TBC (remote)

Ezequiel Panepucci (remote)

1045

Coffee break

 

1115

From EIGER to EIGER2

FW, Stream

Andreas Förster

Diego Gaemperle

1145

NXmx + Gold Standard + discussion

Herbert Bernstein

1230

Lunch

 

Chair

Dave Hall

 

1345

EIGER2 XE

Katherine McAuley

DECTRIS

1430

Gold standard details

Herbert Bernstein

Graeme Winter

1500

Coffee break

 

1530

Changes to NXmx

Herbert Bernstein

1600

Timeline and expected capabilities of FW2/Stream2

Diego Gaemperle

1630

Conclusion and discussion

All

1700

Optional tours of Diamond in parallel with subgroup meetings

All

2000

Dinner and discussions – The Bear Hotel

All

 7th November

RCaH Meeting Rooms 1&2

 

Chair

Ralf Flaig

 

0900

Follow up discussion on changes

Herbert Bernstein

1000

Every pixel counts: experiences with PAD and HDF5 data within autoPROC

Clemens Vonrhein

1030

Coffee break

 

1100

Coping with increased data rates from Eiger and Jungfrau detectors

Ulrik Pedersen

Graeme Winter

Filip Leonarski (remote)

1230

Lunch

 

Chair

Katherine McAuley

 

1315

Coping with increased data rates

Including coffee break

 Herbert Bernstein lead

1530

Closing remarks

 

Parking on Campus

Due to a large number of building works on site, parking on the Harwell Campus is extremely limited and visitors’ parking cannot be guaranteed. We strongly recommend travelling by public transport, where possible, if you are attending an event at Diamond. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Find here more information on how to get to Diamond by public transport.

Contact

 For any further information about this workshop, please contact the Diamond Events team.

Organisers

  • Herbert J. Bernstein, Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship
  • Katherine McAuley, Diamond Light Source
  • Graeme Winter, Diamond Light Source
  • Dave Hall, Diamond Light Source
  • Andreas Förster, DECTRIS Ltd

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