Preliminary program

The conference dinner will take place in the evening of Wed. Oct. 25th at Ecole Polytechnique.
You may also download the program as a file.

Mon. Oct. 24th morning (Chair: Emmanuel Beaurepaire)

09:00 | Maxime Dahan

Light-Based observation and control of cellular organization team, Institut Curie, France
Magnetic control of cell signalling

09:45 | Emmanuel Reynaud

Integrative Biology Laboratory, University College Dublin, Ireland
Integrative 3D imaging: from coral reefs to single cells

11:15 | Pierre-Emmanuel Milhiet

Centre de Biochimie Structurale, Montpellier, France
Probing architecture and dynamics of biological membranes using atomic force microscopy

12:00 | Ariane Deniset-Besseau

Infrared Nanospectroscopy team, LCP, Université Paris-Sud, France
Advanced Infrared Nanospectroscopy : label-free localisation of biocompatible polymeric nanoparticles in cells

Mon. Oct. 24th afternoon (Chair: Antigoni Alexandrou)

14:30 | Claire Wilhelm

Magnetic Nano-therapies Team, MSC, Université Paris-Diderot, France
How can physics contribute to nanomedicine? Focus on thermal cancer nano-therapies and magnetic tissue engineering

15:15 | Clément Sanchez

Hybrid Materials and Nanomaterials Group, CMCP, Collège de France, France
Nanostructured hybrid organic-inorganic materials: a domain where Chemistry, Physics and Biology meet

16:30 | Aleksandra Radenovic

Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology, Institute of Bioengineering, EPFL, Switzerland
Controlled translocation of DNA−protein complexes through a glass nanocapillary

Tue. Oct. 25th morning (Chair: Michel Labrouesse)

09:00 | Carl-Philipp Heisenberg

Morphogenesis in Development Group, IST, Austria
The physical basis of coordinated tissue spreading in zebrafish gastrulation

09:45 | François Graner

Complex Systems and Matter, Université Paris-Diderot, France
From cell dynamics to epithelial tissue patterning: movements and forces during fly metamorphosis

11:00 | Sajad Hossein Nezhadian

Center for Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Medical Univ. of Vienna, Austria
& Université Paris-Sud, France
A Flexible Phased-Array Coil for Cardiac MRI at 7T

11:15 | William Hart

Experimental Solid State Physics Group, Imperial College London, UK
Biochemical imaging at the nanoscale with s-SNOM in the mid-infrared

11:30 | Rita Ferreira

Mechano-genetic interplays and embryonic morphogenesis Group, IGBMC, France
Order and coherence of 3D cilia positioning in the left-right organizer

11:45 | Xue Lie

Cage nanoparticles to treat severe diseases Team, Université Paris-Sud, France
Cage porous particles as efficient carriers for challenging drugs

12:00 | Richard S. Smith

Computational Modelling of Morphogenesis and Biomechanics, MPI, Germany
Mechanical models of plant cells

Tue. Oct. 25th afternoon (Chair: Alexis Gautreau)

14:30 | Julia Yeomans

Soft and Biological Matter Group, Oxford University, UK
Topology in Biology

15:15 | A. James Hudspeth

Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience, The Rockefeller University, USA
Making an effort to listen: mechanical amplification by ion channels and myosin molecules in hair cells of the inner ear

16:30 | Nicolas Minc

Cellular Spatial Organization Group, Institut Jacques Monod, France
Cell shape and early embryonic development

17:15 | R. Dyche Mullins

Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, UCSF, USA
Heraclitus and the Cytoskeleton: Can You Measure the Same Cell Twice?

Wed. Oct. 26th morning (Chair: Françoise Livolant)

09:00 | Nelly Henry

Micro-organisms Biophysics Group, LJP, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
Microbial biofilms: permanent cross-talk between physical and biological factors in a cell assembly

09:45 | Patricia Bassereau

Membranes & Cellular Functions Group, Institut Curie, France
Some physics mechanisms behind cell membrane shaping

11:00 | Nathalie Barbier

Single Molecule Biophysics Group, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France
Translation kinetics of mammalian ribosomes studied by single-molecule fluorescence Microscopy

11:15 | Edyta Wysokińska

Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
In vitro cytotoxicity and induction of apoptosis by NaGdF4:Yb3+Er3+ nanocrystals in mouse macrophages

11:30 | Julie Meneghel

Bio-products, Food, Micro-organisms and Processes Group, INRA Versailles, France
Mapping membrane fluidity in single bacterial cells to study the impact of cryopreservation and its related stresses

11:45 | Laure Alston

CREATIS, Université de Lyon, France
Interventional imaging in neurosurgery of gliomas with 5-ALA induced PpIX
fluorescence spectroscopy

12:00 | Vincent Conticello

Department of Chemistry, Emory University, USA
Peptide and protein nanomaterials: the design challenge

Wed. Oct. 26th afternoon (Chair: Aurélie Bertin)

14:30 | Fabienne Mérola

Biophysics Group, LCP, Université Paris-Sud, France
Live from the cell with biosensor imaging: when biotechnology meets chemistry and physics

15:15 | Giulia Zanetti

Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck University of London, UK
Cryo-EM structure of a full-length F-family TraI relaxase bound to a single-stranded DNA

16:30 | Human Rezaei

Protein Macro-assembly and Prion Diseases Group, INRA Jouy-en-Josas, France
The metaheuristique of prion replication: molecular basis of structural information transference in prion pathology

17:15 | Kirsten Frieda

Elowitz Lab, Division of Biology, Caltech, USA
Single cell in situ analysis of mouse ESCs

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