BIOTEC Forum 2020 - Physics and Computing meet Biology

Europe/Berlin
Auditorium (CRTD)

Auditorium

CRTD

Fetscherstrasse 105, 01307, Dresden, Germany
Description

The BIOTEC Forum 2020 takes place July 9th to 10th 2020 in Dresden, Germany. The international conference is organised by the Biotechnologisches Zentrum (BIOTEC) of the Technische Universität Dresden. The conference takes place at the neighbouring Institute CRTD in Dresden Johannstadt.

With this international conference, we would like to illustrate the results and successes of the BIOTEC for the scientific community and promote further interdisciplinary networking possibilities within the scientific fields of bioinformatics, biophysics and genetics/cell biology.

Sessions

  • Bioinformatik // Deep {sequencing|learning|drug development}

  • Biologie // Stem cells: Proliferation, Dynamics, Migration and Cell Fate

  • Biophysik // Feeling force: Principles of mechanosensing and the super‐resolution fight club

  • Biophysik // Membrane biology: With or without you

Invited Speakers

Kirsten Bacia - Martin-Luther-Universität Halle, Deutschland

Salvo Chiantia - Universität Potsdam, Deutschland

Clemens Franz - Kanazawa University, Japan

Ana Garcia-Saez - CECAD Köln, Deutschland

Hella Hartmann - TU Dresden/CMCB, Deutschland

Andreas Henschel - Khalifa University Abu Dhabi, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate

Bingding Huang - Shenzhen Technology University, China

Zerrin Isik - Dokuz Eylul University, Türkei

Jan Kaslin - Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, Australien

Wan Kyu Kim - Ewha Womans University Seoul, Südkorea

Franziska Knopf - TU Dresden/CRTD, Deutschland

Michael Krieg - ICFO, Spanien

Dirk Labudde - Hochschule Mittweida, Deutschland

Sandra Lubitz - Evotec, Deutschland

Jacob Michaelson - Carver College of Medicine, USA

Daniel Müller - ETH Zürich, Schweiz

Jonas Ries - EMBL Heidelberg, Deutschland

Erik Schäffer - Universität Tübingen, Deutschland

Steffen Scholpp - University of Exeter, Großbritannien

Ralf Seidel - Universität Leipzig, Deutschland

Erdinc Sezgin - University of Oxford, Großbritannien

George Tsatsaronis - Elsevier, Netherlands

Thomas Wächter - TU Dresden, Deutschland  

Susanne Wegmann - DZNE, Deutschland

Gilber Weidinger - Universität Ulm, Deutschland

Christof Winter - Technische Universität München, Deutschland

 

Organizers

Michael Schroeder, Simon Alberti, Dana Schoder

Registration
Registration is mandatory for all participants
    • 12:00 13:00
      Welcome: Registration Auditorium

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    • 13:00 14:40
      Session 1 Auditorium

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      Fetscherstrasse 105, 01307, Dresden, Germany
    • 14:40 14:55
      coffeebreak 15m Foyer

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    • 14:55 17:00
      Session 1: Session 1: Part 2 Auditorium

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      • 14:55
        Prof. Christof Winter - Blood-based cancer diagnostics with liquid profiling 25m
      • 15:20
        Prof. Andreas Henschel - Introducing the first whole genomes of nationals from the United Arab Emirates 25m
      • 15:45
        Prof. George Tsatsaronis - BIOASQ, a large-scale biomedical semantic indexing and question answering competition 25m
      • 16:10
        Prof. Dirk Labudde - Digital forensics 25m
      • 16:35
        Prof. Thomas Wächter - Ontologies and smart search in practice 25m
    • 17:00 20:00
      conclusion / dinner Auditorium

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    • 08:00 08:05
      Welcome Auditorium

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    • 08:05 09:20
      Session 2: Auditorium

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      • 08:05
        Prof: Franziska Knopf - Zebrafish as a model for bone regeneration and cancer metastasis 25m
      • 08:30
        Dr. Sandra Lubitz - High throughput screening in iPSC-derived neurons – A new paradigm in drug discovery 25m
      • 08:55
        Prof. Jan Kaslin - Make do and make new: how zebrafish rapidly regenerates CNS injury 25m
    • 09:20 09:35
      coffeebreak 15m Auditorium

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    • 09:35 10:25
      Session 2: Part 2 Auditorium

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      • 09:35
        Prof. Steffen Scholpp - Towards deciphering the molecular mechanism of Wnt trafficking 25m
      • 10:00
        Prof. Gilbert Weidinger - Mechanisms of cellular plasticity during zebrafish regeneration 25m
    • 10:25 12:00
      Lunch / Postersession 1h 35m Auditorium / Foyer

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    • 12:00 14:05
      Session 3: Auditorium

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      • 12:00
        Prof. Clemens Franz - Exploring the intracellular space by nanoprobe microscopy 25m
      • 12:25
        Prof. Michael Krieg - Atomic force microscopy-based mechanobiology 25m
      • 12:50
        Dr. Jonas Ries - Superresolution microscopy for structural cell biology 25m
      • 13:15
        Prof. Salvo Chiantia - Understanding virus assembly via quantitative fluorescence microscopy 25m
      • 13:40
        Dr. Hella Hartmann - Advanced light microscopy core facilities: Balancing service, science and career 25m
    • 14:05 15:20
      Session 4: Auditorium

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      • 14:05
        Dr. Erdinc Sezgin - Understanding cellular signalling with synthetic biology and super-resolution technologies 25m
      • 14:30
        Prof. Ana Garcia-Saez - Quantitative interactome of a membrane Bcl-2 network identifies a hierarchy of complexes for apoptosis regulation 25m
      • 14:55
        Prof. Kirsten Bacia - Tools for studying membranes outside the cell 25m
    • 15:20 15:35
      coffeebreak 15m Auditorium

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    • 15:35 17:05
      Session 4: Part 2 Auditorium

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      • 15:35
        Dr. Susanne Wegmann - (Patho)biology of the human Tau protein in the CNS 15m
      • 15:50
        Prof. Daniel Müller - mechanical control of cellular processes and systems 25m
      • 16:15
        Prof. Erik Schäffer - Dissecting kinesin's walk: Superresolution optical trapping using germanium nanospheres 25m
      • 16:40
        Prof. Ralf Seidel - Using nanomechanics to dissect the target recognition of CRISPR-Cas effector complexes 25m
    • 17:05 17:30
      conclusion Auditorium

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