Jan 27, 2018 The International workshop on image processing and inverse problems website is online for registration. Check out more here:

Oct 27, 2017 Our paper on merging heterogeneous core-shell nanoparticle scattering data is published in IUCrJ.

Oct 9, 2017 Welcome Siyuan Liu, from USTC, school of software engineering. He is an intern student, going to work with us for a year.

Sep 25, 2017 Congratulations to Xuanxuan Li, who is a contributing author of the Reflectin paper, published on Current Biology.

July 18, 2017 Welcome Dr. Cecylia Severin Lupala, originally from Tanzania, graduated from Barcelona Tech in Spain. She is a new postdoc.

July 6, 2017 Congratulations to Xuanxuan Li, who is a contributing author of the CB1 receptor with agonist, published in Nature.

July 3, 2017 Welcome Xiaoqun Dong & Can Liu, both from USTC, they will work here as intern students for a year.

June 30, 2017 Welcome Dr. Xubo Lin from Texas. He will work with us for a month.

June 23, 2017 The proceeding paper on protein shape retrieval is published. Congratulations to Na Song! Download PDF version.

June 2, 2017 Hongxiao defended his thesis, and he will pursue a Ph.D degree in Notre Dame University. Congratulations!

April 25, 2017 The paper on how to rank protein complex prediction structures using XFEL data is published. Congratulations to Hongxiao Wang. See here:

April 23-24, 2017 Na Song participated in EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval 2017, and gave a presentation on the track on bioshape retrievals.

April 11, 2017 The paper on nanoparticle single particle scattering XFEL data is online. Congratulations to Xuanxuan Li. See

Feb 25, 2017 Acceptance of the GPCR structure comparison paper, a new method for structural change description is developed. Congratulations to Dr. Ting Wang and Yang Wang. See

Feb 22, 2017 《物理》杂志发表 “冷冻电镜单颗粒技术的发展、现状与未来”的文章,祝贺黄岚青。“Application of cryo-electron microscopy in structure biology: current status and future perspectives”, See this:

Feb 20, 2017 Shrec 2017: special track on protein classification is finished.

Shrec 2017: special track on 3D shape classification of biological molecules

This track is organized by the group of computational structural biology ( in Beijing Computational Science Research Center (, as a section in the SHREC 2017, the 3D shape retrieval contest.


International Workshop On Image Processing and Inverse Problems

Date : Apr 21-24, 2018
Location : Beijing CSRC (计科中心)
Direction :
Subject :

The workshop is jointly organized by Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics and Beijing Computational Science Research Center. It aims to bring together experts on image processing and inverse problems based on optimization or PDEs. Topics of presentation are devoted to design and analysis of mathematical models, design and analysis of computational algorithms and applications of such models and algorithms to specific problems in industry.


Workshop on Imaging and Algorithm

Date : Dec 16-17, 2016
Location : Beijing CSRC (计科中心)
Direction :
Subject :
Multidisciplinary efforts in imaging and analysis, we hope to find a good way to apply mathematical models and algorithms to imaging technology, including image acquisition, storage, classification, merging, etc.
The goal of this workshop is to stimulate conversations between researchers using imaging techniques and the experts in mathematical modeling and algorithms.

Organizers: 台雪成刘海广 张智民,汲培文

Programs : Invited Speakers
Schedule : Meeting Schedule

Workshop on Protein Structure, Dynamics, and Functions

Date : Nov 24-25, 2016
Location : Beijing CSRC (计科中心), Conference room A203
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Subject : How to integrate computational methods with experimental data (especially those provides partial information) to better understand protein structure, dynamics and functions.
Programs : Details
Agenda : Schedule
print version
Organizing Committee : Haiguang Liu, Leihan Tang, Jooyoung Lee

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Richard Feynman

“everything that is living can be understood in terms of the jiggling and wiggling of atoms”.

and now, we want to watch atoms jiggling and wiggling.

X-rays, electrons, fluorescence light, the advances of photon sciences, together with computational modeling, are making this happen.