• Molecular Biophysics Online Symposium

    17. June 2022

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  • Molecular Biophysics Online Symposium

    17. June 2022

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Program

The program will comprise 8 invited talks and 4 contributed talks selected from the abstracts. All other participants will have the opportunity to present their work during the interactive poster session providing a great platform for lively discussions. Please submit your abstract! The abstract can be submitted within the registration process. The abstract submission deadline isMay 15, 2022. Poster abstracts can still be submitted until May 29, 2022

Session 1 (9:00 - 11:05)
9:00 - 9:35
Stephan Pless

Modification of ion channels through insertion of synthetic peptides

9:35 - 10:10
Lucie Delemotte

Integrating physics-based and evolutionary modeling to investigate the conformational dynamics of membrane proteins

10:10 - 10:30
Marcus Schewe

Reciprocal Gate Coupling in the Alkaline-activated K2P Channel TALK-2

10:30 - 10:50
Mercedes Alfonso-Prieto

Fluoride and CLC transporters: The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Break (10:50 – 11:05)
Session 2 (11:05 – 12:35)
11:05 - 11:40
Stefan Hell

MINFLUX and MINSTED provide molecule-scale resolution in fluorescence microscopy

11:40 - 12:00
Jan Philipp Götze

Theoretical and Experimental Evidence for Higher-State Excitation Energy
Transfer in Chlorophyll aggregates

12:00 - 12:35
Philip Tinnefeld

pMINFLUX meets Graphene Energy Transfer

Break (12:35 – 13:35)
Session 3 (13:35 – 15:05)
13:35 - 14:10
Magnus Andersson

Characterization of bacterial adhesion nanofibers using force-measuring optical tweezers

14:10 - 14:30
Richard Börner

FRET-assisted structural modelling of RNA ensembles

14:30 - 15:05
Ralf Jungmann

Advances and Challenges in DNA-based Super-resolution Microscopy

Break (15:05 – 15:20)
Poster session (15:20-17:50)
Poster voting concludes at 17:20
Break (17:50 - 18:05)
Session 4 (18:05 – 19:30)
18:05 - 18:40
Victoria Birkedal

Single molecule insights into the folding and unfolding of telomeric G-quadruplex DNA structures

18:40 - 19:15
Jan Lipfert

Using physics to understand and fight viruses

19:55 - 19:30
poster prize and closing remarks