The course will be focused on the growing need to combine computational tools in structural biology projects. The main aims are in providing deeper insights in the computational approaches for selected techniques and then to build on the good foundations and cover also integration of data coming from various structural approaches, e.g. mass spec, NMR and other restraints used in structural analysis, together with SAXS envelopes and cryoEM maps applied in and with crystallographic analysis, use of biophysics to enhance/help in structure analysis, etc. The facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technologies for bio-crystallography, a range of biophysical techniques, advanced structural mass spectrometry, infrared and fluorescence spectrometry and the latest equipment for small angle x-ray scattering.
The course will be held at the Institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Biocev near Prague, Czech Republic.
Dr. Jan Dohnalek (CIISB, IBT Biocev)