International Circular Dichroism User Group Meeting – Wednesday 9th July 2014
This is the occasion for the UK and other users of CD to get together to share new science and best practice. All are welcome, though the size of the lecture room limits attendance. So please register (there is no fee) and if you later can't come please let us know (email@example.com).
Attendees at the summer school do NOT need to register separately. The venue is the MOAC Doctoral Training Centre, top floor of Senate House (between the Arts Centre and Car Park 7).
If you want the full workshop please go to http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/moac/people/staff/alison/analytical_sciences_summer_school_winter_workshop
EU/UK Annual CD Meeting
University of Warwick
9 July 2014
There are no registration fees for this meeting, and lunch will be provided.
BUT PLEASE DO REGISTER UNLESS YOU ARE AT THE SUMMER SCHOOL SO YOU GET FED.
Participants are encouraged to bring posters for display (to be mounted by 10:30 am). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
10:30 Registration and Coffee
10:45 Welcome and Introduction to New Developments: Bonnie Wallace (Birkbeck)
11:00 Plenary Lecture: Ed Yates (Liverpool): Bioactive Polysaccharide Structure and Interactions
11:45 Jacindra Ravi (NPL): Biophysical characterisation of lipid-peptide interactions
12:15 Lunch and Posters
14:00 Plenary Lecture: Dek Woolfson (Bristol): Biophysical Characterisation of Large Self-assembly Peptide-based Objects
14:45 New Methods of Analysis
Vince Hall (Warwick): Neural Networks
Lindsay Cole (APP): CD for Higher Order Structure Comparability of Protein Drugs
Bob Janes (Queen Mary): DichroMatch
15:45 Introducing the “Data Analysis Challenge”: Lazarus Mavridis (Queen Mary)
16:00 Lee Whitmore (Birkbeck): PCDDB/Dichroweb Users Forum
16:30 Awarding of the PCDDB Poster Prize
Please Note: Registration (including lunch) is free but required. Please complete the form at:
Registration deadline: 1 July 2014
Participants are encouraged to bring posters for display (to be mounted by 10.30)
Please contact email@example.com with any questions