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Student's Seminar Winter 2014/2015

Rudolf Merkel (Biomechanics)
Gerhard Gompper (Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)

(20 minute talk followed by 20 minutes discussion)

Wednesday, 29th October 2014
(building 05.2, room 3012)

1:00-1:45Sergii Pud
Transport phenomena in silicon nanowire-based FET biosensors: towards sensitivity beyond the limits
1:50-2:35Thomas Peulen
(Molecular Physical Chemistry)
Observing proteins by high-precision FRET: a glance through the molecular microscope


Wednesday, 19th November 2014
(building 15.1, room 249)

1:00-1:45Dušan Petrović
(Structural Biochemistry)
Designing stable enzymes
1:45-2:30Zhe Wang
(Structural Biochemistry)
Ab-initio protein structure modeling based on electro-density maps
2:30-3:15Andreea Belu
Interaction of neurons with 3D structures


Wednesday, 10th December 2014
(building 15.1, room 249)

1:00-1:45Daniel Kortzak
(Cellular Biophysics)
Potassium binding to excitatory amino acid transporters
1:45-2:30Antonie Schöne
(Molecular Biophysics)
Protein folding: the case of phosphoglycerate kinase, a multidomain enzyme
2:30-3:15Thorsten Auth
(Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)
From the Lotus effect towards anitmicrobial surfaces


Wednesday, 21st January 2015
(building 15.1, room 249)

1:00-10:45Sabrina Ullmann
Eavesdropping on the microscale: New approaches towards improved cell/chip coupling for microelectrode arrays
1:45-2:30Jonas Riest
(Soft Condensed Matter
Dynamics of suspensions of hydrodynamically structured particles: Analytic theory and experiment
2:30-3:15Cristina Remeş
(Molecular Biophysics)
Single-molecule experiments on translation initiation


Wednesday, 4th February 2015
(building 15.1, room 249)

1:00-1:45Raphael Hornung
(Theoretical Soft Matter and Biophysics)
Simulating growth in thin sheets
1:45-2:30Olivera Korculanin
(Soft Condensed Matter)
Aggregates of blood platelets under shear
2:30-3:15Melanie Balbach
(Molecular Sensory Systems)
The action of ZP glycoproteins in mouse sperm

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