Event schedule

July 26

Day 1
Opening Ceremony

Welcome!

Regulation of myosin motors – from single molecules to functional ensembles
  • Claudia Veigel Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

DNA Origami and DNA Origami Silica Hybrid Materials – Building tiny objects with the molecule of life
  • Amelie Heuer Jungemann Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Lunch Break

Eating is important!

Controlling ultrafast optical interactions at the nano scale
  • Haim Suchowski Tel Aviv University

The big potential of the small nano-vesicles
  • Nisim Perets

Coffee Break

The best time to mingle (and drink coffee)

Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) sensors for the detection of pollutant in water
  • Nathalie Lidgi-Guigui Université Sorbonne Paris Nord

Coffee Break

The best time to mingle (and drink coffee)

Nanopore Workshop
  • Artem Danilevsky Tel Aviv University

Robotics Workshop
  • Ram Avinery Georgia Institute of Technology

A disordered protein that acts like a paper ball: Glassy dynamics and memory effects at the nanoscale
  • Omar Saleh University of California, Santa Barbara

July 27

Day 2
Poster Session

Looking forward for all student posters!

Alpha-DaRT: breakthrough technology in radiation therapy
  • Lior Arazi Ben Gurion University of the Negev

Cells in a tight spot: Learning the stochastic dynamics and cell-cell interactions of confined cell migration from data
  • Chase Broedersz Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Organs-On-a-Chip: A New Tool for the Study of Human Physiology
  • Ben Maoz Tel Aviv University

Lunch Break

Eating is important!

How to give a powerful scientific presentation
  • Noam Shomron Tel Aviv University

Coffee Break

The best time to mingle (and drink coffee)

Nanopore Workshop
  • Luca Cozzuto Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona

Robotics Workshop
  • Ram Avinery Georgia Institute of Technology

Closing Ceremony

Time to say goodbye