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The CCP4 Study Weekend (6th - 8th January 2010)
East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham
"From Crystal to Structure with CCP4"
We cordially invite you to participate in this year's Study Weekend at the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham. The annual CCP4 Study Weekend is a chance to shake off the post-New Year torpor, and work hard and play hard with your fellow crystallographers. Once again, we have put together an exciting scientific programme for Thursday and Friday, either side of the traditional conference dinner. Please also check out the satellite meetings which may be of interest. The Study Weekend is a chance to catch up with old friends, but is also a chance to meet the CCP4 staff who will be there in force to demonstrate the latest software and to answer questions - please say hello!
This year, the topic for the Study Weekend is "From Crystal to Structure with CCP4". In keeping with previous CCP4 meetings, the lectures will focus on the presentation and discussion of advanced methods and techniques developed and used by the leaders in the field.
Keith Wilson - University of York (UK)
Kevin Cowtan - University of York (UK)
Paul Emsley - University of Oxford (UK)
Administrative Organisers from STFC, Daresbury Laboratory
Shirley Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Damian Jones (email@example.com)
Laura Johnston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tracey Kelly - (email@example.com)
We will operate a two-tiered registration fee, which benefits those who register early! The registration fee includes all meals during the conference, including the conference dinner on Thursday evening at the East Midlands Conference Centre.
Register between 14 September 21 November - the fee is £210
Register between 22 November and 11 December - the fee is £260
REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 12 DECEMBER!
For those applying for a standard bursary (registration fee and one night's standard accommodation) the registration fee of £210 is the only fee that will apply. Please note that there has been a change to the way in which bursaries are awarded from previous years. If you are intending to apply for a standard bursary please ensure that you read this section.
NOTE: STRICTLY NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT AT THE CONFERENCE. STFC now use Shared Services to administer payments and no cash can be taken at the event to pay for attendance at the Study Weekend. You will need to pay beforehand by using the methods included in these web pages. If you require invoicing, please email Tracey Kelly in good time to ensure payments have been received before the conference.