BIOTEC Forum 2020 - Physics and Computing meet Biology

from Thursday, 9 July 2020 (12:00) to Friday, 10 July 2020 (18:30)
CRTD (Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
9 Jul 2020
10 Jul 2020
AM
08:00
Welcome (until 08:05) (Auditorium)
08:05
Session 2: (until 09:20) (Auditorium)
08:05 Prof: Franziska Knopf - Zebrafish as a model for bone regeneration and cancer metastasis   (Auditorium)
08:30 Dr. Sandra Lubitz - High throughput screening in iPSC-derived neurons – A new paradigm in drug discovery   (Auditorium)
08:55 Prof. Jan Kaslin - Make do and make new: how zebrafish rapidly regenerates CNS injury   (Auditorium)
09:20 --- coffeebreak ---
09:35
Session 2: Part 2 (until 10:25) (Auditorium)
09:35 Prof. Steffen Scholpp - Towards deciphering the molecular mechanism of Wnt trafficking   (Auditorium)
10:00 Prof. Gilbert Weidinger - Mechanisms of cellular plasticity during zebrafish regeneration   (Auditorium)
10:25 --- Lunch / Postersession ---
PM
12:00
Welcome (until 13:00) (Auditorium)
13:00
Session 1 (until 14:40) (Auditorium)
14:40 --- coffeebreak ---
14:55
Session 1 (until 17:00) (Auditorium)
14:55 Prof. Christof Winter - Blood-based cancer diagnostics with liquid profiling   (Auditorium)
15:20 Prof. Andreas Henschel - Introducing the first whole genomes of nationals from the United Arab Emirates   (Auditorium)
15:45 Prof. George Tsatsaronis - BIOASQ, a large-scale biomedical semantic indexing and question answering competition   (Auditorium)
16:10 Prof. Dirk Labudde - Digital forensics   (Auditorium)
16:35 Prof. Thomas Wächter - Ontologies and smart search in practice   (Auditorium)
17:00
conclusion / dinner (until 20:00) (Auditorium)
12:00
Session 3: (until 14:05) (Auditorium)
12:00 Prof. Clemens Franz - Exploring the intracellular space by nanoprobe microscopy   (Auditorium)
12:25 Prof. Michael Krieg - Atomic force microscopy-based mechanobiology   (Auditorium)
12:50 Dr. Jonas Ries - Superresolution microscopy for structural cell biology   (Auditorium)
13:15 Prof. Salvo Chiantia - Understanding virus assembly via quantitative fluorescence microscopy   (Auditorium)
13:40 Dr. Hella Hartmann - Advanced light microscopy core facilities: Balancing service, science and career   (Auditorium)
14:05
Session 4: (until 15:20) (Auditorium)
14:05 Dr. Erdinc Sezgin - Understanding cellular signalling with synthetic biology and super-resolution technologies   (Auditorium)
14:30 Prof. Ana Garcia-Saez - Quantitative interactome of a membrane Bcl-2 network identifies a hierarchy of complexes for apoptosis regulation   (Auditorium)
14:55 Prof. Kirsten Bacia - Tools for studying membranes outside the cell   (Auditorium)
15:20 --- coffeebreak ---
15:35
Session 4: Part 2 (until 17:05) (Auditorium)
15:35 Dr. Susanne Wegmann - (Patho)biology of the human Tau protein in the CNS   (Auditorium)
15:50 Prof. Daniel Müller - mechanical control of cellular processes and systems   (Auditorium)
16:15 Prof. Erik Schäffer - Dissecting kinesin's walk: Superresolution optical trapping using germanium nanospheres   (Auditorium)
16:40 Prof. Ralf Seidel - Using nanomechanics to dissect the target recognition of CRISPR-Cas effector complexes   (Auditorium)
17:05
conclusion (until 17:30) (Auditorium)