The NYC Computational Cryo-EM Summer Workshop brings together applied mathematicians, software developers, and experimentalists from the field of cryo-EM to advance the state of data analysis and processing. This includes development of new algorithms and software, as well as identifying new problems introduced by recent experimental techniques.
Specific topics include:
– advances in reconstruction algorithms,
– software implementations and automation,
– motion correction,
– 2D and 3D classification and continuous heterogeneity analysis,
– related mathematical results, and
– new challenges.
The workshop includes talks by sixteen speakers (see below), a poster session, a panel discussion, and a free-form “show and tell” session.
Speaker Affiliation Joakim Andén Flatiron Institute Alberto Bartesaghi Duke University Jose Maria Carazo Spanish National Centre for Biotechnology Bridget Carragher New York Structural Biology Center Gregory Chirikjian Johns Hopkins University Pilar Cossio Max Planck Institute of Biophysics and University of Antioquia, Colombia Joachim Frank Columbia University Ayelet Heimowitz Princeton University Richard Henderson Cambridge University Roy Lederman Yale University Erik Lindahl Stockholm University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology Ozan Öktem KTH Royal Institute of Technology Pawel Penczek The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Ali Punjani University of Toronto Holger Stark Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry Jasenko Zivanov Cambridge University