Dynamics of Membranes and their constituents

from Wednesday, 12 September 2018 (12:00) to Friday, 14 September 2018 (14:00)
Palaestra and Kulturen (Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
12 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018
14 Sep 2018
AM
09:00
Transport Processes: Morning session -Prof. Emma Sparr (Division of Physical Chemistry, Chemistry Department, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, 22100 Lund, Sweden) (until 10:40) (Auditorium)
09:00 Keynote 5 - Analysis of the dynamics of single lipids and liquid-ordered domains in pore-spanning membranes as a prerequisite for Shiga toxin binding - Prof. Claudia Steinem (University of Göttingen, Germany)   (Auditorium)
09:40 Keynote 6 - Molecular transport in lipid membranes investigated by neutron scattering - Dr. Lionel Porcar (Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, France)   (Auditorium)
10:20 Contr. Talk 5 - Lipoproteins at model cell membranes: binding and lipid exchange - Marite Cardenas (Malmö University)   (Auditorium)
10:40 --- Coffee break ---
11:10
Transport Processes: Morning session -Prof. Emma Sparr (Division of Physical Chemistry, Chemistry Department, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, 22100 Lund, Sweden) (until 12:10) (Auditorium)
11:10 Keynote 7 - Towards understanding membrane transport properties using quasi-elastic neutron scattering techniques - Dr. Michihiro Nagao (NIST Center for neutron research, Gaithersburg MD, USA)   (Auditorium)
11:50 Contr. Talk 6 - Anomalous and anisotropic diffusion of hydration water in fluid lipid membranes - Felix Roosen-Runge (Division for Physical Chemistry, Lund University)   (Auditorium)
09:00
Membrane Dynamics and Protein Interactions: Morning session - Marite Cardenas (Malmö University) (until 10:20) (Auditorium)
09:00 Keynote 11 - Quasi-elastic Neutron Scattering as a Tool for Probing Membrane Dynamics - Dr. Victoria Garcia Sakai (ISIS, STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK)   (Auditorium)
09:40 Keynote 12 - Simulations of Structural Transformations in Ceramide Phases from fitting structures to CEMOVIS image data - Prof. Erik Lindahl (Stockholm University, Sweden)   (Auditorium)
10:20 --- Coffee Break ---
10:50
Membrane Dynamics and Protein Interactions: Morning session - Marite Cardenas (Malmö University) (until 11:50) (Auditorium)
10:50 Contr. Talk 10 - Arginine-rich Cell-penetrating Peptides: Solution Behavior and Membrane Permeation - Mr. Giulio Tesei (Chemistry, Lund university)   (Auditorium)
11:10 Keynote 13 - Lipid & Cholesterol’s Impact on the Functional Structure of Membrane Proteins: Insights from Solid-State NMR - Prof. Mei Hong (MIT, Boston, MA, USA)   (Auditorium)
11:50 --- Panel discussion ---
PM
12:00 --- Registration and Lunch ---
13:00 Opening Statement - Introduction to LINXS - Prof. Peter Schurtenberger   (Auditorium)
13:15
Biointerfaces: Afternoon sessions -Dr. Peter Jönsson (Physical Chemistry, Lund University) (until 15:15) (Auditorium)
13:15 Keynote 1 - Influence of Genetic Mutation and Disease on Membrane Electrostatics, Mechanics and Dynamics - Prof. Motomu Tanaka (Heidelberg University, Germany and Kyoto University, Japan)   (Auditorium)
13:55 Contr. Talk 1 - Structure and Composition of Native Membrane Derived Polymer-Supported Lipid Bilayers - Hudson Pace (Umeå University)   (Auditorium)
14:15 Contr. Talk 2 - Lipoprotein lipid exchange dynamics with natural membranes probed by time-resolved small-angle neutron scattering (TR-SANS) - Selma Maric (MAX IV and Malmö University)   (Auditorium)
14:35 Keynote 2 - Cell-surface mimics to study virus-membrane interactions - Dr. Marta Bally (Umeå University, Sweden)   (Auditorium)
15:15 --- Coffee Break ---
15:45
Biointerfaces: Afternoon sessions -Dr. Peter Jönsson (Physical Chemistry, Lund University) (until 17:45) (Auditorium)
15:45 Keynote 3 - Biologically relevant lipid multilayers - Lung Surfactant and Tear Film Lipid Layer - Dr. Lukasz Cwiklik (Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic)   (Auditorium)
16:25 Contr. Talk 3 - Probing the mechanism of sterol extraction by Amphotericin B in yeast membranes using neutron reflection - Hanna Wacklin-Knecht (Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University & ESS Scientific Activities Division)   (Auditorium)
16:45 Contr. Talk 4 - Application of small-angle scattering to investigate cyanobacterial thylakoid membranes - Dr. Dainius Jakubauskas (Malmö university)   (Auditorium)
17:05 Keynote 4 - Collective dynamics of membranes in and out-of thermal equilibrium - Prof. Tim Salditt (University of Göttingen, Germany)   (Auditorium)
12:10
Model Biomembranes: Late morning session -Prof. Emma Sparr (Division of Physical Chemistry, Chemistry Department, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, 22100 Lund, Sweden) (until 12:30) (Auditorium)
12:10 Contr. Talk 7 - Molecular mobility of added chemicals, lipids and proteins in intact stratum corneum - Quoc Dat Pham (1Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University)   (Auditorium)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Model Biomembranes: Afternoon session -Prof. Tommy Nylander (Physical Chemistry and NanoLund, Lund University) (until 14:50) (Auditorium)
13:30 Keynote 8 - Static and Dynamic Neutron Scattering Studies of Biologically Relevant Membranes - Dr. John Katsaras (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN,  USA)   (Auditorium)
14:10 Contr. Talk 8 - Big Molecules and Small Particles - Lennart Lindfors (AstraZeneca R&D Gothenburg)   (Auditorium)
14:50 --- Coffee Break ---
15:20
Model Biomembranes: Late afternoon session -Prof. Tommy Nylander (Physical Chemistry and NanoLund, Lund University) (until 17:00) (Auditorium)
15:20 Keynote 9 - Neutron spin echo spectroscopy as a sensitive tool to study membrane elasticity in microemulsions and lipid membranes - Dr. Olaf Holderer (Julich Center for Neutron Scattering at MLZ, Garching, Germany)   (Auditorium)
16:00 Contr. Talk 9 - On the kinetic stability of non-ionic surfactant vesicles. - Ulf Olsson (Lund University)   (Auditorium)
16:20 Keynote 10 - Hydrostatic Pressure Effects on the Structure and Stability of Lipid Membranes - Prof. John Seddon (Imperial College, London, UK)   (Auditorium)
18:30 --- Conference dinner ---
12:50 --- Lunch and Farewell ---
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