Early bird registration for the in-person CCP4 Study Weekend 2023 has been 
extended to 20th November!  Register now before the price goes up!!!
We have also continued the standard student bursaries which cover the cost of 
registration plus one night's accommodation.
If you are a student (or standard delegate) that has registered virtually and 
want to amend your registration to come in-person instead, please contact 
ccp...@stfc.ac.uk<mailto:ccp...@stfc.ac.uk> and we will sort it out for you.

Karen McIntyre

CCP4 Project Administrator
CCP4 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Champion
Member of SCD ED&I Working Group

Science and Technology Facilities Council
Zoom phone: 01235 44 5790


**Please note that I only work mornings until 1.30pm**

From: CCP4 bulletin board <CCP4BB@JISCMAIL.AC.UK> On Behalf Of Warren, Anna 
Sent: 09 November 2022 08:57
To: ccp4bb <ccp4bb@jiscmail.ac.uk>
Subject: [ccp4bb] CCP4 Study Weekend 2023 - Early bird registration ends 13th 

This year the CCP4 Study Weekend will be held as a hybrid event from the 4th - 
6th January at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK, with an 
exciting programme confirmed below. Early bird registration is open until 13th 
November, more details of which can be found here: 
With an exciting list of confirmed speakers, the event looks to be a great 
conference, with a topic based around "Data: subtle details to big insights". 
With a break from tradition, the Study Weekend will start with a keynote 
lecture and discussion panel talking and engaging with the audience about data 
sources and the future of structural biology. The subsequent 2 days will follow 
the usual format with 3 sessions each day.  Old favourites like "What's New in 
CCP4?" and "Lunchtime Bytes" will also appear (see 
programme<https://ccp4sw.org/programme/> for more details).
A poster session, with prizes, will be taking place this time on the evening of 
the first day allowing students to present their research to the wider 
crystallographic community. Student bursaries<https://ccp4sw.org/for-students/> 
are available to cover the cost of registration and one night's accommodation. 
Student registration needs to be received before 13th November to take 
advantage of this.
In keeping with previous CCP4 meetings, the lectures will focus on the 
presentation and discussion of advanced methods and techniques developed and 
used by leaders in the field, whilst having a strong teaching element aimed at 
students and early researchers.

Sessions and confirmed speakers are as follows:

Day 1
Diamond MX User Meeting
Session 1: Integrative structural biology
Linking structural biology data sources to tackle Alzheimer's - Monserrat 
Where do we see structural biology heading in the future? Discussion panel
Gerard Bricogne, Sameer Velanker, Loes Kroon-Batenburg, Jim Naismith, Kristina 
Djinovic-Carugo, Annalisa Pastore, Dave Stuart

Day 2
Session 2: Fundamentals of crystallographic data
Aimed at covering the fundamentals of what data is and what we do with it.
Graeme Winter, Greta M. Assman, Kavin Dalton, Richard Gildea
Session 3: Fundamentals of samples and the experiment
Ensuring we get the best from our data by optimising sample preparation and the 
experiment and looking at complementary techniques.
Ralf Flaig, Kathryn Shelley, Maria Garcia, Phillippe Carpentier
Session 4: Choosing your source
Understanding the source and experiment types to better answer your biological 
Meytal Landau, Antoine Royant, Arnaud Basle, Hongyi Xu

Day 3
Session 5: Big data
Learning the complexities of handling larger datasets for a variety of 
experiment types.
Derek Mendez, Marjan Hadian-Jazi, Briony Yorke, Kyle Morris
Session 6: Between the Bragg spots
Understanding your data and trying to get the most out of it.
Gloria Borgstahl, Andrey Lebedev, Steve Meisburger
Session 7: A new era in Structural Biology
Exploring possible future directions for structural biology.
Dan Rigden, Sylvain Engilberge, Isabel Uson, Anastassis Perrakis

We look forward to seeing you all there and having some insightful discussions.
Christoph Mueller-Dieckmann (ESRF, France)
Anna Warren (Diamond Light Source)
David Waterman (UKRI-STFC CCP4)
Scientific Organisers


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