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Student's Seminar Winter 2013/2014

Christoph Fahlke (Cellular Biophysics)
Jan K. G. Dhont (Soft Condensed Matter)

(20 minute talk followed by 20 minutes discussion)

Wednesday, 16th October 2013
(building 02.4w, room 309b)

9:30-10:10Cristina Remeş
(Molecular Biophysics)
Single-molecule experiments on ribosomes
10:15-10:55Silvia Desio
(Soft Condensed Matter)
Interaction potentials in bio-colloidal systems
11:00-11:40Farzaneh Taslimi
(Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)
End-functionalized rod-like colloid suspensions under shear flow


Wednesday, 20th November 2013
(building 15.1, room 249)

9:30-10:10Sonia Biswas
(Cellular Biophysics)
Slow waves in the degenerated mouse retina
10:15-10:55Shatanik Mukherjee
(Molecular Sensory Systems)
Clocking protein motions: elucidating the dynamics of receptor-ligand complex formation with transient EPR
11:00-11:40Jennifer Fischer
(Neutron Scattering)
From the native to the unfolded state: a pathway to the understanding of structure and dynamics of intrinsically unfolded proteins


Wednesday, 22th January 2014
(building 15.1, room 249)

9:30-10:10Jonas Riest
(Soft Condensed Matter)
Hydrodynamic modeling of porous particle suspensions
10:15-10:55Nils Podewitz
(Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)
Orientation of cell division in flowing and resting tissues
11:00-11:40Daniel Kortzak
(Cellular Biophysics)
Identification of the potassium binding site in excitatory amino acid transporters


Wednesday, 5th February 2014
(building 15.1, room 249)

9:30-10:10Guglielmo Saggiorato
(Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)
Modeling the beating of the human spermatozoon
10:15-10:55Antonie Schöne
(Molecular Biophysics)
Mutagenesis and labeling of phosphoglycerate kinase
for single-molecule FRET studies
11:00-11:40Melanie Balbach
(Molecular Sensory Systems)
The action of zona pellucida glycoproteins on mouse and human sperm


Wednesday, 26th February 2014
(building 15.1, room 249)

9:30-10:10Axel Baumann
(Molecular Biophysics)
Surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopy for probing membrane protein folding during cell-free protein expression
10:15-10:55Andrea Costanzo
(Physical Chemistry)
Sorting of fast and slow self-propelled particles in micro-channels
11:00-11:40Gloria Fabris
Keratins as main component for the mechanical integrity of keratinocytes

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