ORAL PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED TALKS

  1. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Nucleosome Dynamics and Packing. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (2008)
  2. Small Angle Scattering ToolBox: An open source program package. Presented on the 54th Biophysical Society Meeting. San Francisco, CA (2010)
  3. Computational Modeling in Macromolecular Structure Determination from Intense Light Beams. Workshops for High Performance Computing and Applications. Beijing (2010)
  4. GPU applications in scientific computations. Frontiers of Theoretical and Computational Physics and Chemistry. Xiamen (2010)
  5. Development of open source programs for SAXS analyses. Rigaku American Corporation. Woodlands, TX (2011)
  6. The software development in structural biology utilizing intense X-ray light source. Computational physics conference. Taiyuan (2011)
  7. The art of Sculpture: Single particle 3D image reconstruction from femtosecond FEL scattering data. Ultrafast Dynamic Imaging of Matter. Banff, Canada (2012)
  8. Solving structures using correlation scattering method. XFEL theoretical workshop, Heidelberg, Germany (2013)
  9. Exploring the application of XFEL in determining molecular structures. XiangShan Conference, NanChang, China (2013).
  10. Computational studies of protein structure and dynamics. Center for Free electron laser, DESY, Hamburg, Germany (2014)
  11. X-ray applications in macromolecular structure determination. Workshop of advanced x-ray sources and diagnosis. Chengdu (2014)
  12. X-ray laser applications in studies of macromolecular structure and dynamics. Chinese physics society meeting. Harbin (2014)
  13. Structure refinement and dynamics studies with X-ray scattering data. The 14th KIAS conference on protein structure and function. Seoul, Korea (2014)
  14. Single (multiple) particle scattering with XFEL. LCLS/SLAC User Meeting, Stanford, CA (2014)
  15. Applications of XFEL in structure determination and challenges to computational sciences. International workshop on computational science and engineering. Hong Kong (2014)
  16. “Imaging the ultrasmall and capturing the superfast”, applications of XFEL in structure biology. Asian Biophysics Association Meeting, HangZhou, China (2015)
  17. High Performance Computing in photon science and 3D model reconstruction. Qinghai University (2015)
  18. X-ray Free Electron Laser Diffraction from Inorganic Nanoparticles, 3rd BioXFEL international conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2016)
  19. Structure Determination of Cl- ion pumping Rhodopsin using XFEL. 10th meeting of chinese Crystallography association. Guang Zhou (2016)
  20. The structure and dynamics of rhodpsin revealed by integrative approach. The 3rd Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shanghai (2017)

GUEST LECTURES

  1. What computational sciences do in structural biology? Summer School on Biophysics, University of Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing (2014)
  2. Femtosecond X-ray lasers and dynamics of biomolecules. The 14th KIAS Protein Folding Winter School, South Korea (2015)
  3. Applications of Small Angle X-ray Scattering in Structural Biology, Structural Biology course, ShanghaiTech University (2015, 2016, 2017)
  4. X-ray applications in structure determination and dynamics studies. The 15th KIAS Protein Folding Winter School, South Korea (2016)

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.