The Gonen laboratory will hold the 6th MicroED course in 2020. The course will be held on Zoom on December 21, 2020 from 1 PM to 6 PM, eastern standard time. The course is organized by Tamir Gonen (UCLA), Brandon Mercado (Yale), and Brent Nannenga (ASU).
- Sample preparation methodologies: automated plungers vs. manual plunging and samples in LCP
- Data collection by EPU-D
- Camera performance
- FIB-milling procedures for MicroED
- Data analysis software, structure solution, and refinement
Note that the 2020 edition of this course is a virtual event!
Registration is now closed.
|1:00 PM—1:20 PM||Tamir Gonen (UCLA)||Introduction to MicroED and welcoming notes|
|1:20 PM—1:40 PM||Brent Nannenga (ASU)||Sample preparation methodologies|
|1:40 PM—2:00 PM||Mike Martynowycz (UCLA)||FIB-milling methods for MicroED applications|
|2:00 PM—2:20 PM||Break|
|2:20 PM—2:40 PM||Johan Hattne (UCLA)||Cameras for MicroED|
|2:40 PM—3:00 PM||Lingbo Yu (Thermo Fisher/FEI)||EPU-D software for MicroED data collection|
|3:00 PM—3:20 PM||Max Clabbers (UCLA)||Processing and refinement of MicroED datasets|
|3:20 PM—3:40 PM||Break|
|3:40 PM—4:00 PM||Guanhong Bu (ASU)||MicroED for materials and semiconductors|
|4:00 PM—4:20 PM||Sara Weaver (UCLA)||MicroED of small molecules and natural products|
|4:20 PM—4:40 PM||Mike Martynowycz (UCLA)||MicroED of membrane proteins in LCP|
|4:40 PM—||Open virtual discussion|