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Courses and Teaching Seminars
This is a list of courses given at various workshops etc. Please also refer to my teaching section for recurring courses, e.g. the ACSA, "Advanced Crystal Structure Analysis", a seminar series which was held weekly at the University of Göttingen until Winter 2014.
|Course/Workshop||Date||Title of talk|
|ADTB, Grenoble||19th November2019||Crystallography for Structural Biologists|
|Bioinformatics and X-ray structural Analysis, Konstanz||29th January 2019||Organic and macromolecular crystallography with electrons|
The period between 2015 and 2019 is incomplete
|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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