Project meeting #2 Discussion on Theoretical Models, Warsaw, PL
The Project Meeting #2 on Theoretical Models was a highly anticipated event in Warsaw, PL. It spanned two days from 25th May 2023 to 26th May 2023, providing a platform for intense discussions among experts – Dr. Cina Foroutan-Nejad (Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), Dr. Khakurel (Institute of Physics ASCR, ELI beamlines, Czech republic) and Dr. Zoldak (Center for interdisciplinary biosciences, University PJ Safarik in Kosice, Slovakia).
The primary objective of the meeting was to delve into the realm of theoretical models, addressing a wide range of topics. Participants focused on identifying theoretical problems and exploring potential solutions. One of the key areas of interest was
the development of strategies to model the local electric field and spin state in heme proteins. The participants engaged in in-depth discussions and knowledge-sharing sessions to enhance their understanding of these complex phenomena. Furthermore, they explored methods for predicting corresponding X-ray scattering and spectroscopic measurements, aiming to bridge the gap between theoretical predictions and experimental results. This meeting provided a platform for experts to share insights and perspectives on the planned experiments. By redefining the experimental strategy, the participants aimed to optimize the experimental setup, maximize the accuracy of measurements, and ensure the successful execution of future experiments.
The Project Meeting #2 on Theoretical Models was an intellectually stimulating and fruitful gathering, facilitating the exchange of ideas and fostering advancements in the field.