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Datum/Zeit Ort Art Dozent Titel
17.10.17 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar


Prof. Dr. Irene Wagner-Döbler, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig

 

The secret life of the microbiota in periodontal pockets

07.11.17 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, E2 6, E.04

Gastseminar Prof. Thomas M. Magin, Division of Cell and Developmental Biology, Institute of Biology & SIKT, University of Leipzig Intermediate filament proteins – guardians of tissue integrity
14.11.17 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, E2 6, E.04

Gastseminar


Prof. Dr. Carien Niessen, Universität zu Köln

tba
05.12.17 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, E2 6, E12

Gastseminar Dr. Peter Loskill, Fraunhofer-Institut für Grenzflächen- und Bioverfahrenstechnik IGB, Stuttgart tba
16.01.18 / 14.15 Campus Homburg Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Nicolai Miosge, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen tba
24.05.18 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken Gastseminar Prof. James Rothman, Yale School of Medicine; New Haven, USA tba

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Datum/Zeit Ort Art Dozent Titel
11.-13.10.17 Campus Saabrücken, E2 2, Hotz Lecture Hall Konferenz

Web Page

Program

Cell Physics 2017 Conference
12.09.17 / 16.15

Campus Homburg, Room t.b.a. Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Tim Foster, Trinity College Dublin, Irland

Surface protein dependent biofilm formation by staphylococci
07.09.17 / 16.00
Campus Saarbrücken, Bioinformatik-Gebäude E 2 1, Raum 001 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Chia-en A. Chang, University of California, Riverside, USA




Modeling ligand-protein binding kinetics using molecular simulations and a novel pathway search method
11.08.17 / 11.00
Campus Saarbrücken, INM (Geb. D2 5), Leibniz-Saal Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Kazuhiro Nagata, Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Kyoto Sangyo University Maintenance of ER homeostasis by ER redox network
01.08.17 / 10.00-15.00

Campus Saarbrücken,

Geb. E2 1(Bioinformatik), SR 001

Biochemie & Biophysik Symposium

 

(Further Information is available here: http://www.sfb1027.uni-saarland.de/?q=node/428)

1. Prof. Dr. Robert Ernst, Dept. of Biochemistry, UKS Homburg, UdS

 

2. Jun.-Prof. Dr. Bianca Schrul, Dept. of Biochemistry, UKS Homburg, UdS

 

3. Jun.-Prof. Dr. David Mick, ZHMB UdS and Dept. of Biochemistry, UKS Homburg, UdS

1. Membranes as responsive Interfaces

 

2. Membrane protein targeting and insertion into lipid droplets

 

 

3. Time-resolved proximity labeling and proteomics of primary cilia during cellular signaling

06.07.17 / 11.00 Campus Saarbrücken, Bioinformatik-Gebäude E 2 1, Raum 0.07 (EG) Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Markus A. Lill, Purdue University, USA From Water to Fibrils – The Many Faces of Computer-Aided Drug Discovery
04.07.17 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Hahnel, Universitätsklinikum Regensburg
Biofilms on polymeric dental materials
30.06.17 / 10.30

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. C6 3, HS II

 

Gastseminar Prof. Ned Wingreen, Lewis-Sigler Institute & Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Protein phase transitions in and out of cells
21.06.17 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E12 Gastseminar Dr. Olivia du Roure, ESPCI, Paris Actin networks’ mechanics and growth assessed by a magnetic colloids technique
20.06.17 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Georg Conrads, Department of Operative and Preventive Dentistry & Periodontology, RWTH Aachen University Hospital. Bioactive NanoCoat – Controlling biofilm by functional coatings
13.06.17 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Building C6 3 (Physics Tower)
Lecture Hall I (HS I)
Gastseminar Prof. Samuel Safran, Dept. Materials and Interfaces, Weizman Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Mechanical synchronization of beating within and between cardiomyocytes
07.-09.06.17 Hohenwart-Forum near Pforzheim Meeting Nähere Informationen/Registrierung SFB 1027 Summer Camp
24.05.17 / 11.00 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 9, Raum 0.07. IRTG Vorlesung (internal) Prof. Dr. Heiko Rieger,
Theoretical Physics, UdS
Computer simulations of biological systems: why and how
23.05.17 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Prof. Michael Feig, Michigan State University, USA From simulations of biomolecules to biological function
25.04.17 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Prof. Edoardo Milotti, Physics Department, University of Trieste Computational and analytical models of the tumor microenvironment
28.03.17 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Dr. Aleksandra Walczak, Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, ENS Paris Diversity of immune receptor repertoires
26.01.2017 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Dr. David Cheung, School of Chemistry, National University of Ireland, Galway Proteins at interfaces and surfaces: insights from molecular simulation
24.01.2017 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Dr. Amos Korman, IRIF, Paris Diderot University, Paris Crazy ants are not so crazy
24.11.16 / 16.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. C6 4, Hörsaal II Gastseminar Dr. Sven van Teeffelen, Institut Pasteur, Paris Regulation of cell shape in bacteria
25.10.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Kick-off-Meeting for SFB-1027 Introductory Lectures Dr. Hendrik Hähl & Prof. Dr. Karin Jacobs Advanced Biophysical Tools
06.09.16 / 10.00 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, 3.08 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Sasa Svetina, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Investigating cell functioning by theoretical analyses of cell-to-cell variability
19.07.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Dr. Sathish Kumar Ramakrishnan, Frederic Pincet, James Rothman Yale University, USA Silicon microarray suspended lipid bilayers deciphers - Membrane fusion dynamics
22.-24.06.16 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2.2 Konferenz Nähere Informationen: http://www.cell-physics.uni-saarland.de/venue.html Cell Physics 2016
21.06.16 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 48 (CIPMM), Konferenzraum (1. OG)
Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Lars Ellgaard, University of Copenhagen Expansion and diversification of the PDI gene facilitates oxidative folding of disulfide-rich cone snail toxins
07.06.16 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Meike Stiesch, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover Biofilm-related implant infections
31.05.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar Dr. Pablo Vargas, Institut Curie, Paris, Frankreich Innate control of actin nucleation optimizes migration of immune cells in tissues
25.05.16 / 11.00 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, 4.18 Gastseminar Dr. Adam Wysocki, Institute of Complex Systems,
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Propagating interfaces in mixtures of active and passive Brownian particles
24.05.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Raja Paul, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India Optimizing speed and accuracy while assembling a mitotic spindle
17.05.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar Dr. Weiran Cai, TU Dresden First-order phase transition in cooperative percolation
10.05.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Stefan Diez, B-Cube Center for Molecular Bioengineering,
TU Dresden
Biomolecular transport systems: from cellular function to nanotechnological applications
07.04.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2.6 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Rainer Böckmann, Computational Biology, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Membrane-) Protein Aggregation in Multiscale Molecular Dynamics Simulations
26.01.16 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Judith Peters, Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble Neutrons techniques for the investigation of molecular dynamics
24.11.15 / 14.15 Campus Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal Status-Seminar (intern) Dr. Jean-Baptiste Fleury, Prof. Dr. Ralf Seemann, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Ralf Mohrmann, Prof. Dr. Dieter Bruns SFB related research work, problems, ideas etc.
17.11.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Klaus Kroy, Physik, Universität Leipzig Details in Kürze
10.11.15 / 16.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 5 (Informatik-Hörsaal-Gebäude) Seminar Dr. Annica Gad, Institut für Mikrobiologie, Tumor und Zellbiologie (MTC), Stockholm, Schweden Introduction to equality

10.11.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04

Gastseminar

Dr. Annica Gad, Institut für Mikrobiologie, Tumor und Zellbiologie (MTC), Stockholm, Schweden

Cellular contractile forces and stiffness: nanoscale organization of vimetin, adhesions and HDAC6

27.10.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Mark M. Somoza, Institute for Anorganic Chemistry, University of Vienna Exploring the bioaffinity specificity landscape of nucleic acid binding molecules with novel microarrays
20.10.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Statusseminar (intern) Prof. Dr. Aránzazu del Camp Details in Kürze
13.10.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Raphael Voituriez, LPTMC, UPMC, Paris Universal features in cell trajectories
08.09.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Jens-Uwe Sommer, Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research, Dresden Crossing barriers: Passive transport of polymers and nano-particles through lipid bilayer membranes
04.08.05 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrucken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. S. Skourtis, Dept. of Physics, University of Cyprus

Electron transfer processes from the molecular to the cellular length
scales

21.07.15 / 14.15 Campus Homburg,
Geb. 59, Hörsaal
Status-Seminar (intern)

Prof. Dr. Manfred Schmitt, Dr. Reza Shaebani, Dr. Tobias Eckrich

Project A6: Receptor dynamics, internalization and retrograde transport

 

Project A4: Spontaneous activity in the developing cochlea

07.07.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04 Gastseminar

Dr. Dmitry Fedosov, Institute of Complex Systems, Forschungszentrum Jülich



From single cells to intricate multi-cell interactions in blood flow

24.06.15 / 11.00 Campus Saarbrücken,
Graduate Center, Gebäude C9 3
(former Jägerheim)
Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Losert, University of Maryland, USA Physical guidance of cell
migration

23.06.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Kevin Chalut, Cambridge University

Nuclear mechanics and shape in embryonic stem cells exiting pluripotency
16.06.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken,
Geb. E2 6, Raum E04
Status-Seminar (intern) Prof. Dr. Karin Jacobs & Prof. Dr. Matthias Hannig SFB related research work

09.06.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Vasily Zaburdaev

N. gonorrhoeae bacteria: from single cells to merging colonies

02.06.15 / 14.15 Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04 Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Frank Kirchhoff, Department of Molecular Physiology, CIPMM, Saarland University, Homburg Analysis of neuron-glia interactions in the mouse brain by two-photon laser-scanning microcopy

26.05.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jochen Guck, Biotec TU Dresden

The mechanical properties of cells and tissues - does soft matter?

17.02.15 / 14.15

Campus Homburg

Gastseminar

PD Dr. Tobias Dick

Emerging principles of regulatory protein oxidation

27.01.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04

Gastseminar

Dr. Michael Köpf, Dept. de Physique, Ecole Normale supérieure, Paris

Stress induced collective cell migration in epithelial sheets

20.01.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Nediljko Budisa, Technische Universität Berlin

Engineering the genetic code with a maximum degree of chemical liberty

13.01.15 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E.04

Gastseminar

Alexandre Mamane, Institute Curie, Paris

Collective behavior of molecular motors within cellular functions: extraction of membrane tubes and forcing of cytoplasmic streaming

16.12.14 / 14.15

Campus Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Christoph Fahlke, Institute of Complex Systems 4 (ICS-4) Zelluläre Biophysik, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Glutamate transporter-associated anion channels: molecular mechanisms, physiology and pathophysiology

03.12.14 / 11.00

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. D2 5 (INM), Leinbiz-Saal

Gastseminar

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Rikke Meyer, Aarhus University, Denmark

DNA - the all-purpose glue of bacteria

04.11.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Emmanuel Derivery, Universität Genf

Oriented dynamics of endosomal motility by spindle asymmetry during asymmetric division

23.10.14 / 16.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. C6 4, Hörsaal II

Physik-Kolloquium

Prof. Dr. Sasa Svetina

Shape behavior of vesicles and the origin of cellular life

21.10.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Knut Drescher, MPI für Terrestrische Mikrobiologie, Marburg

Biophysics of Biofilms

23.-26.09.14

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 2

Konferenz "Cell Physics 2014" (SFB 1027 / GRK 1276)

Nähere Informationen

Cell Physics 2014

22.09.14 / 9.00

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 2

"Pre-Conference" Workshop SFB 1027 / GRK 1276

Details

Cell Physics 2014

02.09.14 / 14.15

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Adina Vultur, The Wistar Institute, Philadelphia PA, USA.

Melanoma preclinical studies: how to use models to improve discovery

22.07.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jian-Dong Huang, Dept. of Biochemistry, The University of Hong Kong

Synthetic Patterns: Sequential Establishment of Stripe Patterns in an Expanding Cell Population

15.07.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Shixin Ye-Lehman, Dept. de Biologie, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

Genetically encoding light sensitive cross-linkers in glutamate receptors to probe subunit interface

03.07.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 9, Raum 0.07

Gastseminar

Dr. Vladimir Baulin, Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV), Taragossa, Spain

Membrane activity of biomolecules due to shape and size variation

09.-12.06.14

Ebernburg (Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg)

Sommer Camp

SFB Summer Camp for Junior Scientists

Details

03.06.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Luiza Stankevicins, Physics Department, UdS

The role of vimentin in cell migration under confinement

27.05.14 / 14.15

Campus Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jan B. Parys, Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Signaling, Campus Gasthuisberg, Leuven

IP3 receptors and intracellular Ca2+ as regulators of cell fate

13.05.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Martine Ben Amar, Laboratoire de Physique Statistique, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris

Non-linear elasticity in biological systems

28.04.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E11

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Gerland, Physics Department, Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Non-equilibrium effects that facilitate the emergence of self-replication and evolution

22.04.14 / 14.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 6, Raum E04

Gastseminar

Dr. Vincent Martinez, Institute for Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, University of Edinburgh

Swimming bacteria in polymer solutions

09.04.14, 16.15

Campus Saarbrücken, Geb. E2 9, Seminarraum 0.07

Gastseminar

Dr. Peter Loskill, Dept. of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley

Integrating microtechnology, microbiology, and tissue engineering: From bacterial adhesion studies to organs-on-a-chip platforms

02.-03.04.14

Homburg, Geb. 61, großer Hörsaal

Mini-Symposium - Gemeinschaftsveranstaltung SFB 894, SFB 1027, GRK 1326, CordiLux und CoMMiTMenT"

Program

Symposium on Advanced microscopy technique in life science

19.03.14, 10.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Hai-Kun Liu, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg

Targeting brain tumor stem cells in mouse model

25.10.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Krause, Centre Médical Universitaire de Genève

Superoxide-producing NOX NADPH oxidases: Where do they come from? What are they? Where is NOX research going?"

01.10.13 / 14.15

Campus Homburg

Gastseminar

Matthias Gunzer, Universität Duisburg-Essen

Molecular mechanisms and importance of leukocyte dynamics in vivo