Welcome to a roundtable discussion on AI in structural biology, x-ray and neutron science. The discussion is co-hosted by AIML@LU and is a part of the larger event: AI Nordic Powwow (https://nordicpowwow.com/) on May 23.
Jan Dhont is a Director at Forschungszentrum Jülich (Institute of Complex Systems) and a full Professor at the Physics Department at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf. After his PhD in Physical Chemistry at the van’t Hoff Laboratory at the University of Utrecht and some years as a postdoc in Theoretical Physics at the University of Konstanz he returned to Utrecht as an Associate Professor before he accepted his current position at FZ Jülich.
Main Organizers: Eva Arnspang Christensen SDU, Henning Friis Poulsen DTU, Rajmund Mokso, Lund.
Meeting venue: SDU Odense, room Lykeion
Sylvain Bohic is a senior researcher at the French National Institute of Health & Medical Research. He is also scientific collaborator at the European synchrotron (ESRF) for nanochemical imaging development in biology and cellular analysis.
X-ray and neutron imaging provide opportunities to ‘see’ into generally opaque soil systems and have great potential to address important research questions in soil and, more generally, environmental sciences. Major challenges for humanity, such as climate change (CO2 storage) or food and water scarcity, could be tackled as a result.
Using neutrons in Archaeology, Geology and Cultural Heritage Studies: Neutron Imaging, Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis and Gamma Scan. Registration DEADLINE - June 1st
Lund Institute for advanced Neutron and X-Ray Science (LINXS) is planning a series of “tryout workshops”. The main idea is to give the opportunity to scientists in geology, archaeology and cultural heritage studies to bring their own samples and test different methods, types of radiation and instruments, before a full beam time proposal is written. Also, this would give scholars from different fields a possibility to meet, discuss and learn more about techniques soon available in Lund.
The RACIRI Summer School is a joint initiative by Russia, Sweden and Germany in the collaborative framework of the Röntgen-Angström-Cluster (RAC) and the Ioffe-Röntgen-Institute (IRI). The novel format of the RACIRI Summer School is driven by scientific frontier themes and challenges in the field of materials sciences with a strong connection to the superb analytical potential at current and future research infrastructures (synchrotron radiation, X-rays and neutrons) in the Baltic region. The RACIRI Summer School is held every year under a special focus theme. Its venue rotates annually among the three partnering countries.
Welcome to join the upcoming 8th Scandinavian Symposium, Amyloid Diseases and Amyloid Mechanisms (ADAM 8) on exciting developments in the research fields of amyloid structures, biochemistry and disease diagnostics and mechanisms.
Join us in Lund for a lunch-to-lunch scientific symposium from Wednesday (October 9th) to Friday (October 11st), noon to noon.
Development in the area of structural biology methods combined with new computational possibilities has highlighted the importance of combining different methods in order to maximize the output.