12-14 February 2018
Europe/Berlin timezone
Synchrotron radiation is used to address questions about biological systems at various length and time scales. The main methodologies employed are X-ray diffraction and scattering, imaging and spectroscopy. The goal of the workshop is to discuss how biological applications of synchrotron radiation could profit from a diffraction limited storage ring and to identify experiments that are not possible today but would become possible with PETRA IV. Organizers: Thomas R. Schneider (EMBL Hamburg), Arwen Pearson (University of Hamburg) Support: Matthias Kreuzeder (DESY), Christine Newiger (DESY)
Starts Feb 12, 2018 08:00
Ends Feb 14, 2018 18:00
FLASH Seminar Room (Bldg. 28c)
Notkestraße 85 22607 Hamburg