16-17 March 2020
ILL4
Europe/Paris timezone

Confirmed invited speakers

  • Martin Blackledge - Institute of Structural Biology, Grenoble
    Using NMR and Molecular Modelling to Understand the Function of Highly Dynamics Biomolecules

  • Massimiliano Bonomi - CNRS / Pasteur Institute, Paris
    Simultaneous determination of protein structure and dynamics using cryo-electron microscopy
     
  • Alister Burt - Institute of Structural Biology, Grenoble
     
  • Mathilde Carpentier - Atelier de BioInformatique, L’Institut de Systématique, Évolution, Biodiversité, Sorbonne Université, Paris
    How to combine sequence and structure information in multiple protein alignements
     
  • Frederic Cazals - Inria Sophia Antipolis
    Clustering algorithms for structural studies:  insights on novel  metrics and cluster stability assessment
     
  • Pablo Chacón -  IQFR- Rocasolano Physical Chemistry Institute, Madrid
     
  • Juan Cortes - LAA S CNRS, Toulouse
    Coupling X-ray crystallography and molecular modeling for the structural investigation of flexible antibody paratopes: A case study
     
  • Adrien Favier & Paul Schanda - Institute of Structural Biology, Grenoble
     
  • David Fernandez - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble
    Approaches to conformational heterogeneity of full antibodies by cryo-EM
     
  • Ivan Gushchin - MIPT Moscow
    Assembly of membrane protein complexes with encapsulated lipids

     
  • Hugo van Ingen - Utrecht University
    Integrative structures of protein complexes with intrinsically disordered proteins: a case study and current challenges

  • Eaazhisai Kandiah - ESRF, Grenoble
    Deep learning approaches in single particle Cryo-Electron Microscopy

  • Marc LensinkUniversity of Lille
    Current bottlenecks in protein assembly prediction

  • Maria Marcaida Lopez - EPFL Lausanne
    Integrative methods to study flexible multi-domain enzymes: an experimental approach

  • Kliment Olechnovic - Institute of Biotechnology, Vlinius university
    Analyzing macromolecular structures using the Voronoi tessellation of atomic balls
     
  • Samuela Pasquali - Université Paris Descartes
    Toward a refined electrostatic description for biomolecules simulations: introducing an effective pH and titration scheme to a coarse-grained nucleic acids model
     
  • Robert Rambo - Diamond Light Source, UK

     
  • Amin Sagar - Centre de Biochimie Structurale de Montpellier
     
  • Marie Skepo - Lund University
    Computer simulations of intrinsically disordered proteins  - What are we missing ?
     
  • Montserrat Soler-Lopez - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble
    Bridging Structural and Systems Biology to investigate the root cause of neurodegeneration

 

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