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Student's Seminar Summer 2018

(20 minute talk followed by 20 minutes discussion)
(building 15.1X, room 249)

Wednesday, 16th May 2018
(room change: building 02.4w, room 309b)

1:00-1:40Yulia Kolobkova
(Cellular Biophysics)
Excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmission is imbalanced in an animal disease model of episodic ataxia type 6
1:45-2:25speaker to be announced
(institute to be announced)
title to be announced
2:30-3:10speaker to be announced
(institute to be announced)
title to be announced
3:15-3:55speaker to be announced
(institute to be announced)
title to be announced


Wednesday, 13th June 2018

1:00-1:40Bettina Mertens
(Cellular Biophysics)
Anion channel function of vesicular glutamate transporters
1:45-2:25Timm Hondrich
Investigating uni-directional signal propagation and connectivity in designed neuronal networks
2:30-3:10Corinna Meeßen
Development of a 3D cell culture system based on hydrogel and microfluidic platforms
3:15-3:55speaker to be announced
(institute to be announced)
title to be announced


Wednesday, 27th June 2018

1:00-1:40Karin Koch
(Physical Chemistry)
Efficient ferronematic coupling with polymer brush particles
1:45-2:25Julian Folz
(Molecular Physical Chemistry)
Benchmarking high-precision tools for FRET-based integrative modeling
2:30-3:10Henning Höfig
(Biophysics, Aachen)
Single molecule fluorescence--from FRET-based biosensors to two-color coincidence detection
3:15-3:55Kagithiri Srikantharajah
Development of flexible and penetrating microelectrode arrays for cortical applications

Wednesday, 11th July 2018

1:00-1:40Matthias Deutsch
(Cellular Biophysics)
Manipulation of HCN-channel expression levels in neurons: tools and effects
1:45-2:25Miriam Engels
(Cellular Biophysics)
Phenotyping a mouse model with a polymorphism the gene SLC1A3
2:30-3:10Krishna Chander Sridhar
Functional connectivity in heart muscle cells: an in vitro study of cardiac cell-death mechanisms
3:15-3:55Manuel Escobedo
(Physics of Soft Matter)
Microliter viscometry using a bright-field microscope


Wednesday, 18th July 2018

1:00-1:40Dave Ahrens
Keratin and keratin junctions – links for strain, network dynamics, and force transmission
1:45-2:25Jan-Hendrik Budde
(Molecular Physical Chemistry)
STED-MFIS : Imaging beyond the diffraction limit with molecular resolution
2:30-3:10Jan Meyer
Quantitative detection of intracellular sodium using FLIM and CoroNa Green
3:15-3:55Andrea Jansen
(Cellular Biophysics)
Insight into the lysosome: Development of a method to measure luminal [Cl-]

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