A six lectures-long postgraduate course on the protein structure, dynamics and interactions, as well as on the computational and experimental techniques used to study them.
- class 1: protein structure
- class 2: protein structure and dynamics
- class 3: protein assembly, function and malfunction
- class 4: lipid bilayers and membrane proteins
- class 5: membrane protein function
- class 6: native mass spectrometry
Scientific Python programming course for beginners, delivered yearly for the MosMed doctoral school. It is composed of three units:
- basic functionalities (if-then-else, loops, functions, files manipulation)
- usage of numpy and matplotlib to read, manipulate, and display numerical data
- usage for numpy and scipy to analyse and generate numerical data.
The course is available:
- for download on Github
- on Binder (requires no installation on own computer): https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/degiacom/python4science/master
Foundations of Physics 1
An introduction to Young’s double slit experiment.
- Workshop on MDAnalysis/ML. A day and a half hands-on workshop on combining MDAnalysis and scikit-learn Python packages for the analysis of molecular dynamics trajectories, delivered at:
- Calculating Collision Cross-Sections. A description of available methods for the calculation of collision cross-sections of molecular models (1h20min), delivered in Ecole Thématique IMMS, Cabourg, France, 2016
- Introduction to Molecular Dynamics. A general overview on molecular dynamics simulations (40min), delivered in University of Oxford, UK, 2013
- The dance of life through the computational microscope, a presentation of proteins and computational biophysics, delivered at Pint of Science (20 min), Durham, 2022 [slides upcoming]