Speakers

 

PLENARY LECTURES:

Silvia Braslavsky
Unversidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion (Germany)
“Photochemistry around the world”
 
Jean Pierre Changeux (online)
Institut Pasteur, Paris (France)
Title to be confirmed
 
Elliot Elson (online)
Washington University in St. Louis (USA)
Title to be confirmed
 
Philippe Nghe
CNRS - ESPCI ParisTech
"The emergence of self-reproduction and evolution"
 
Michael Levin (online)
Tufts University, USA
"Bioelectric networks as cognitive glue: from basal intelligence to electroceuticals for regenerative medicine”

 

INVITED TALKS:

Cristina Arrigoni
Università di Pavia (Italy)
"Few things we did not suspect about voltage-gated channels"
 
Benedetta Bolognesi
Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (Spain)
"Functional and Dysfunctional Protein self-assembly in vivo"
 
Giorgia Brancolini
CNR Istituto Nanoscienze (Italy)
Modeling biomolecules-inorganic surfaces and nanostructures interactions for both therapy and diagnosis
 
Ada Cavalcanti-Adam
Max Planck Institute for Medical Research and Heidelberg University (Germany)
"Mechanical regulation of receptor-mediated cell adhesion”
 
Michele Migliore
CNR Istituto di Biofisica (Italy)
"Cognitive functions and dysfunctions emerging from large-scale brain models"
 
Davide Mazza
Università Vita e Salute San Raffaele (Italy)
"Probing transcription factor search mechanism in eukaryotes by multimodal single molecule microscopy"
 
Ilaria Rea
CNR Istituto di Scienze Applicate e Sistemi Intelligenti (Italy)
"Diatom-derived nanodevices for biomedicine"
 
Federico Rossi
Università di Siena (Italy)
"Self-Division and Shape Changes of Artificial Giant Vesicles Induced by Physico-Chemical Stimuli"
 
Anna Sartori-Rupp
Institut Pasteur, Paris (France)
"Correlative cryo-microscopy: a powerful tool for the structural characterisation of native cells”
 
Monica Soncini
Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
"Advanced culture platforms enabling physical and mechanical stimulation towards physiologic-like tissue in vitro models"