Dynamics of Biological Macromolecules

from Monday, 4 June 2018 (12:00) to Wednesday, 6 June 2018 (14:50)
Skissernas Museum

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
4 Jun 2018
5 Jun 2018
6 Jun 2018
AM
08:30
Antibody Dynamics and Internal Motion in Proteins (until 10:10) ()
08:30 KEYNOTE 5 - Neutron Spinecho Spectroscopy: Protein internal dynamics, forces and friction - Dr. Ralf Biehl (Forschungszentrum Jülich)   ()
09:10 KEYNOTE 6 - Combining scattering and coarse-grained molecular models to quantify and predict thermodynamic and dynamic contributions to antibody self-interactions and solution properties - Prof. Christopher Roberts   ()
09:50 Contributed talk 4 - Short-time self-diffusion of immunoglobulin under different crowding conditions - Marco Grimaldo (Institut Laue-Langevin)   ()
10:10 --- Coffee Break ---
10:40
Antibody Dynamics and Internal Motion in Proteins (until 11:20) ()
10:40 KEYNOTE 7 - Computer simulations of antibody solutions: from structure to dynamics? - Prof. Emanuela Zaccarelli (University of Rome La Sapienza)   ()
11:20
Round Table (until 12:45) ()
09:00
Dynamics of Proteins in Crowded and Confined Geometry (until 10:20) ()
09:00 KEYNOTE 12 - Hemoglobin diffusion and the dynamics of oxygen capture by the red blood cells - Dr. Stéphane Longeville (LLB Saclay)   ()
09:40 Contributed talk 7 - Influence of shape and interaction anisotropy on short-time protein diffusion - Jin Suk Myung (Lund University)   ()
10:00 Contributed talk 8 - Towards crowding in the eye lens: dynamics in aqueous solutions of crystallin proteins - Felix Roosen-Runge   ()
10:20 --- Coffee Break ---
10:50
Dynamics of proteins in crowded and confined geometry (until 11:10) ()
10:50 Contributed talk 9 - Crowding-induced protein cluster formation - Christian Beck (Institute Laue Langevin)   ()
11:10
Protein Dynamics and Drug Discovery (until 11:50) ()
11:10 KEYNOTE 13 - Improving the accessibility of time-resolved structural biology: new photochemical tools and data collection strategies - Prof. Arwen Pearson (University of Hamburg)   ()
11:50 --- Final lunch to end the conference ---
PM
12:00 --- Registration and Lunch ---
13:00 Opening Statement - Introduction to LINXS - Prof. Peter Schurtenberger (Lund University)   ()
13:15
Dynamics of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins (until 15:15) ()
13:15 KEYNOTE 1 - Dynamics of intrinsically unfolded and partially folded proteins: Insights gained by quasielastic neutron scattering - Dr. Andreas Stadler (Forschungszentrum Jülich)   ()
13:55 Contributed talk 1 - Exploring protein association pathways with time-resolved SAXS and SANS - Dr. Wojciech Potrzebowski (European Spallation Source)   ()
14:15 Contributed talk 2 - Structural characterization of intrinsically disordered protein micelles - Ellen Rieloff   ()
14:35 KEYNOTE 2 - Dynamics and interactions of disordered proteins from single-molecule spectroscopy - Prof. Benjamin Schuler (University of Zurich)   ()
15:15 --- Coffee Break ---
15:45
Dynamics of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins (until 17:05) ()
15:45 KEYNOTE 3 - Characterization of intrinsically disordered proteins and their dynamic complexes by NMR spectroscopy - Dr. Malene R. Jensen (Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble)   ()
16:25 KEYNOTE 4 - Comparing molecular simulations with NMR and SAXS measurements: A cautionary tale - Prof. Kresten Lindorff-Larsen (University of Copenhagen)   ()
17:05
Antibody Dynamics and Internal Motion in Proteins (until 17:25) ()
17:05 Contributed talk 3 - Efficient Prediction of Macromolecular Flexibility and its Applications to Small-Angle Scattering - Sergei Grudinin (Inria / CNRS)   ()
17:25
Poster session with drinks & nibbles (until 18:45) ()
12:45 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dynamics of Proteins in Crowded and Confined Geometry (until 15:40) ()
14:00 KEYNOTE 8 - Interplay of gating and hydrodynamic interactions in crowded protein solutions - Prof. Jeffrey Skolnick (CSSB, Atlanta)   ()
14:40 KEYNOTE 9 - Role of shape anisotropy in interpreting small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) studies on concentrated protein solutions - Prof. Robin Curtis (University of Manchester)   ()
15:20 Contributed talk 5 - Rotational and translational diffusion of eye lens gamma crystallin at low and intermediate concentrations - George Thurston (Rochester Institute of Technology)   ()
15:40 --- Coffee Break ---
16:10
Dynamics of Proteins in Crowded and Confined Geometry (until 17:10) ()
16:10 KEYNOTE 10 - X-ray Photon Correlation Studies of Diffusion in Concentrated Protein Suspensions - Prof. Laurence Lurio (Northern Illinois University)   ()
16:50 Contributed talk 6 - Low radiation dose XPCS for dynamic studies of biological matter - Prof. Christian Gutt (University Siegen)   ()
17:10
Protein Dynamics and Drug Discovery (until 17:50) ()
17:10 KEYNOTE 11 - Neutron scattering and drug discovey - Prof. Jeremy Smith ( Oak Ridge National Laboratory)   ()
19:00 --- Conference Dinner ---
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