The rate at which data are acquired for macromolecular crystallography at synchrotrons is continually increasing due to brighter sources, more finely focused X-ray beams, and faster detectors.
This increased rate of data acquisition creates new opportunities for real time data analysis that were previously not possible, in addition it also creates challenges regarding computing hardware and network infrastructure. This meeting will provide a forum for beamline scientists, engineers, and detector manufacturers from around the world to discuss progress in addressing the opportunities and challenges arising from higher data acquisition rates.
This meeting will also allow MX beamlines at light sources around the world to share their current status and future updates as well as provide detector manufacturers with an opportunity to gather requirements for the next generation of MX detectors.
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|March 10, 2022||Registration opens|
|April 28, 2022||Registration closes|