Speakers

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 Updated 09 March 2018

 

 

Special Guest Speaker

Affiliation

Title of Presentation

Rudolph A. MARCUS

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 1992

California Institute of Technology

Theoretical analysis of complex systems and the role of phenomenology and computer based calculations in treating the experimental data

 

 

Invited Speaker

Affiliation

Title of Presentation

Björn LINDMAN / Maria MIGUEL

Lund University / University of Coimbra

Association between amphiphilic polyelectrolytes and surfactants

Anh Tuan PHAN

Nanyang Technological University

Structure, dynamics and recognition of G-quadruplex nucleic acids

Alexander LYUBARTSEV

Stockholm University

Multiscale modeling of  macromolecular systems by structure-based coarse-graining

Johan van der MAAREL

National University of Singapore

Shaping the bacterial genome by nucleoid associated proteins Hfq, HU, and H-NS

John van NOORT

Leiden University

The structure of chromatin; single-molecule experiments on model fibers and real genes

Yoshihito OSADA

RIKEN Advanced Science Institute

Emergent Motions of Motor Protein Hydrogel

Garegin PAPOIAN

University of Maryland

Multiscale Studies of Nucleosomal Assembly and Dynamics

Gerard WONG

University of California Berkeley

Polyelectrolyte physics meet innate immunity and autoimmunity

Rita DIAS

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Synergism of DNA-binding agents and macromolecular crowding on DNA condensation

Rudolf PODGORNIK

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Charge regulation - not an upgrade but rather a game changer

Ishi TALMON

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Direct-imaging of the nanostructure of complexes formed by oppositely charged amphiphyles and polyelectrolytes

Gero DECHER

Université de Strasbourg & CNRS Institut Charles Sadron

Bioinspired nano-composite materials with complex anisotropies

Kazue KURIHARA

Tohoku University

Surface forces measurement for polymer brushes and gels

Bo NYSTRÖM

University of Oslo

Self-assembling of charged copolymers and formation of intricate nanostructures

Matthias BALLAUFF

Humboldt University Berlin

Interaction of proteins with polyelectrolytes

Patrick DOYLE

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Alexey ONUFRIEV

VirginiaTech

Physical epigenetics at the nucleosome level

Stefan ZAUSCHER

Duke University

Biomolecular synthesis of high MW ssDNA block-co-polynucleotides

Nam-Joon CHO

Nanyang Technological University

Adsorption of hyaluronic acid on solid supports: role of pH and surface chemistry in thin film self-assembly

 

 

Name

Affiliation

Title of Presentation

Prasanta Kumar DAS

Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science

Formation and Dissipation of Self-Assemblies by Complementary Covalent Interaction

Günter SIEGEL

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

The brain – pancreas axis: an Alzheimer nanoplaque study

Jing YU

Nanyang Technological University

Structure of Polyelectrolyte Brushes in the Presence of Multivalent Counterions

Debashish Mukherji

Max-Planck Institut für Polymerforschung Ackermannweg

Soft, smart multi-responsive materials under alcoholic intoxication

Marie SKEPO

Lund University

Structural and thermodynamical properties of intrinsically disordered proteins: theory and experiment

Stefanie SCHNEIDER

RWTH Aachen University Germany

pH-dependent properties of weak polyampholyte networks: a monte carlo study

Yury SHCHIPUNOV

Russian Academy of Sciences

Polyelectrolyte complex (PEC)

Thomas William SEVIOUR

SCELSE, Nanyang Technological University

Extracellular DNA (eDNA) in Pseudomonas biofilms: from nucleoid to structural foundation exopolymer

Bruno SILVA

International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal

Pathway-dependent effects in the complexation of DNA with PEGylated Cationic Liposomes

Alberto CANELAS

University of Coimbra

Polarizable surfaces, crowders and polyelectrolyte adsorption

Takashi NISHIO

Doshisha University

Stabilization of DNA by branched-chain polyamine at high temperatures

Guangcan YANG

Wenzhou University

Modulation and control of DNA charge inversion

Nikolay KOROLEV

Nanyang Technological University

An analysis of structures and forces defining chromatin compaction

Miroslav STEPANEK

Charles University, Prague, Czech

Probing counterion distribution around a polyelectrolyte chain by means of fluorescence spectroscopy

Barbara JACHIMSKA

Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry PAS

Physicochemical and structural characterization of poly-L-lysine (PLL)  monolayers on gold surface

Jean-Paul CHAPEL

Paul Pascal Research Center - CNRS/University of Bordeaux - France

The three possible states of polyelectrolyte complex coacervates: small angle neutron scattering signatures of the soluble, dispersed  &  macroscopic phase

SUN Tiedong

Nanyang Technological University

Coarse-grained Modeling and Simulation of DNA Condensation Induced by Multivalent Cations

Magnus ULLNER

Lund University

Simulations of Osmotic Pressure in Polyelectrolyte Solutions

Hande CINGIL

Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e) - Netherlands

Conjugated polyelectrolytes as mechanochromic sensors to monitor supramolecular assemblies

Jean-Christophe GABRIEL

CEA/DRF Grenoble, France

1 and 2D mineral polyelectrolyte

Anatoly ZINCHENKO

Nagoya University

Unimolecular compaction of megabase-long chromatin

 

 

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