Programme - 28 November 2013
MORNING at ILL with video link with ANSTO.
8h15: Start of video link with ANSTO.
8h15: Opening. Short welcome by Rob Robinson and Joe Zaccai.
8h30-9h00: John Jenkin (Emeritus Scholar, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia)
9h00-9h30: Rob Robinson (ANSTO) and Andrew Peele (ANSTO)
Current neutron and X-ray science in Australia. Time includes discussion across the continents.
9h30-9h45: Bauke Dijkstra (ESRF)
9h45-10h15: Stephen Cusack (EMBL Grenoble)
Reflections on the development of bio-crystallography in Grenoble
10h15: End of video link.
10h30-11h00: Coffee break.
11h00-11h50: David Stuart (Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford University).
Challenges of virus crystallography
LUNCH + POSTER session at IBS hall
11h50-14h00: Buffet lunch.
Poster session for young scientists
AFTERNOON at ESRF
14h00-14h50: Alberto Podjarny (Structural Biology, IGBMC, Illkirch)
Combining subatomic resolution X-ray and neutron diffraction of "tiny" crystals to solve biological problems.
14h50-15h40: Ilme Schlichting (Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg)
X-ray free-electron lasers - Emerging opportunities for structural biology
15h40-16h00: Coffee break.
16h00-17h00: Round Table: Potential future developments in structural biology
Joe Zaccai (chair), Eva Pebay-Peyroula (IBS), Gordon Leonard (ESRF), Trevor Forsyth (ILL), Ilme Schlichting (MPI), Laurence Serre (Neuroscience Institute, Grenoble), Stephen Cusack (EMBL), Annabelle Varrot (CERMAV)
EVENING (19:00) at the Maison MINATEC Amphitheater "Open to the public" lecture (in French)
19h00: Anne Imberty (CERMAV-CNRS)
La cristallographie, les sucres et le vivant