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Workshop for protein structure, dynamics and functions
Nov 24, 2016 CSRC Meeting Room A203
1:00-1:30 Registration
Time Title Speaker Chair
1:30-2:00Protein Structure Prediction/Determination by Global OptimizationJooyoung LeeLeihan Tang
2:00-2:30Coarse-grained modeling for 3D structure and stability of RNAs in salt solutionsYazhou Shi
2:30-3:00Multistate coarse-grained molecular dynamics for modeling the allosteric enzymeWenfei Li
3:00-3:30 Coffee Break / Picture in Lobby
3:30-4:00Structural Biology Methodology Development and Native Sulfur Phasing with XFELZhijie LiuJooyoung Lee
4:00-4:30Explore Slow Dynamics of Proteins Based on Trajectory MapXin Zhou
4:30-5:00Functional and Conformational Dynamics of Cryptochrome Studied by Single-Molecule TechniquesYanwen Tan
5:00-5:30Folding Mechanisms of Small Proteins GB1 and LB1Qianyi Cheng
5:30-6:00 Open discussion
6:00 Banquet
Workshop for protein structure, dynamics and functions
Nov 25, 2016 CSRC Meeting Room A203
Time Title Speaker Chair
9:00 - 9:10Recent progress in structure determination using XFEL dataHaiguang LiuHaiguang Liu
9:10 - 9:30Structure Determination of Chloride Ion-Pumping Rhodopsin Using XFELXuanxuan Li
9:30-9:50Homology modeling for CXCR1-IL8 Binding structureYang Wang
9:50 - 10:10Deciphering intrinsic inter-subunit couplings that lead to sequential hydrolysis of F1-ATPase ringLiqiang Dai
10:10-10:30T7 RNA polymerase translocation mechanism and backtracking mutant designChao E
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 11:20Understanding the factors responsible for two-state and non-two-state protein folding mechanism and its folding-rate and -type predictionBalachandran ManavalanJin Yu
11:20 - 11:50The effects of cytosine methylation on general transcriptional factorsTengfei Lian
11:50 - 12:20Doublets Net for HangulAndrew Brooks
12:20 - 13:20 Lunch (Table lunch at CSRC)
13:30 - 3:00 Open discussions between postdocs and students
18:00 Dinner

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.