Detectors, Data Collection and Software

February 11, 2013, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

Bldg 62, Room 203

Workshop Organizer: Nick Sauter, LBNL


8:30 am Coffee & hot breakfast
9:00 am Introduction & Welcome
9:05 am Challenges ahead: What's on the horizon?
Nick Sauter, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
9:15 am The view from DIALS-East
Gwyndaf Evans, Diamond Light Source
9:20 am Automation at the BCSB
Peter Zwart, Berkeley Center for Structural Biology, LBNL
10:00 am Data pipelining at SSRL: AutoDrug
Tim McPhillips, SSRL
10:40 am RAPD - Rapid automated processing of data
Jon Schuermann, NE-CAT
11:20 am Design Principles for DIALS
Graeme Winter, Diamond Light Source
12:00 pm Working Lunch
1:00 pm The battle of signal vs. noise and how we can win
James Holton, LBNL (teleconferencing from Melbourne, Australia)
2:00 pm Diffraction geometry parameterization and refinement
David Waterman, CCP4
2:30 pm CCTBX tools for CIF & parameter optimization
Richard Gildea, LBNL
3:00 pm Parallelizing Python scientific code
Nat Echols, LBNL
3:30 pm Implementing 3D integration for DIALS
James Parkhurst, Diamond Light Source
3:50 pm Precision metrology for XFEL data processing
Nicholas Sauter, LBNL
4:10 pm A programmer's view of the CCTBX image viewer
Aaron Brewster, LBNL
4:30 pm What can we learn with XFEL radiation?
Johan Hattne, LBNL
4:50 pm Synthesis and Discussion
6:00 pm Working Dinner. Angeline's Louisiana Kitchen, 2261 Shattuck Avenue, between Bancroft & Kittredge

Janet Dawson, LBNL (Administrator)