Workshops differ from symposia in that they are technique-oriented. Workshops cover emerging methods presented by widely acknowledged developers and experts who help the participants gain a working knowledge of new technologies.  Workshops are held on Tuesday night only, 7:30 PM–9:30 PM.

Tuesday, March 5
7:30 PM–9:30 PM 

The Role of Data Resources in Biophysics

Helen Berman, Rutgers University, Chair
Stephen Burley, Rutgers University
Henning Hermjakob, European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Alex Bateman, European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
David Landsman, NIH

Methods for Integrative Structure Modeling of Biomolecular Systems

Jens Meiler, Vanderbilt University, Chair
Frank DiMaio, University of Washington
Alexandre Bonvin, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Graham Johnson, Allen Institute for Cell Science
Maya Topf, Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom

Squeezing the Most Out of Your Data - Bayesian Statistical Inference for Biophysics

Michael Nilges, Pasteur Institute, France, Chair
Michael Habeck, Max Planck Insitutefor Biophysical Chemistry, Germany
John Chodera, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Massimiliano Bonomi, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Frank Noé, Freir Universität Berlin, Germany

Methods for X-Ray Tomography and Electron Microscopy

Carolyn Larabell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Chair
John Rubinstein, University of Toronto, Canada
Peijun Zhang, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Steven Ludtke, Baylor University
Florence Tama, Nagoya University, Japan

Single-molecule Methods

Bo Huang, University of California, San Francisco, Chair
Jie Xiao, Johns Hopkins University
Michelle Wang, Cornell University
Taekjip Ha, Johns Hopkins University
William E. Moerner, Stanford University