CRC 1093 Events: Colloquia

CRC 1093 Bi-Weekly Seminar - upcoming events

every other Tuesday, 16:15 – 18:00, room S05 T05 B01

31.03.20 - the visit of David Teis, Medical University of Innsbruck is postponed to 27.10.20.
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05.05.20 postponed to July 2020 (online lecture) Elsa Sanchez Garcia, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture "Computational Simulations of Protein-Ligand Interactions"
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19.05.20 - postponed to May 2021 Annalisa Pastore, Kings College London
"Title will be announced"
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26.05.20 - postponed - new date will be announced Tom Grossmann, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
"Complex and functional molecules based on protein structures"
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16.06.20 - postponed to September 2021 Alexander Kros, Universiteit Leiden
"Complex and functional molecules based on protein structures"
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23.06.20 Markus Kaiser, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture: "Mass spectrometry based proteomics – part I"
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30.06.20 Markus Kaiser and Farnusch Kaschani, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture: "Mass spectrometry based proteomics – part II with hands on training "
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07.07.20 Michael Ehrmann, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture: "Approaches to study and modulate amyloid fibril disassembly and proteolysis"
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27.10.20 David Teis, Medical University of Innsbruck
"Selective membrane protein degradation machineries and their role in membrane homeostasis"

CRC 1093 Bi-Weekly Seminar - Past events - WiSe 2019-2020

every other Tuesday, 16:15 – 18:00, room S05 T05 B01

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25.02.20 Sebastian Schlücker, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture:"Raman Spectroscopy in Biology and Medicine"
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10.12.2019 Ingrid Vetter, MPI Dortmund
Teaching lecture: "X‐ray structure analysis of biomolecules"
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11.11.2019 Gal Bitan, University of California, Los Angeles; Monday 11ct, room S05 T02 B02; organic chemistry colloquium
"Molecular  Tweezers against Pathologic Protein Aggregation-New Mechanistic Insight and Advancement towards Clinical Use"
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29.10.2019 Bart J. Ravoo, WWU Münster
"Self-assembly of dynamic multivalent ligand displays by host-guest chemistry and molecular photoswitches"
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15.10.2019 Jochen Niemeyer, University of Duisburg-Essen
"1,1´-Binaphthyl-based Brønsted acids and bases: Applications in chemosensing and organocatalysis"

CRC 1093 Bi-Weekly Seminar - summer semester 2019

every other Tuesday, 16:15 – 18:00, room S05 T05 B01

09.07.19 Bart J. Ravoo, University Münster; Marcel Inhestern , Evonik Industries Vorlesung Supramolekulare Funktionale Materialien
"Supramolekulare Chemie in Forschung und Industrie"
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19.06.19 Jakob Piehler, University Osnabrück, GdCh Lecture, 17.15 S07 S00 D07
"Functional organization of proteins at interfaces: from interrogation to spatiotemporal control"
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18.06.19 Doris Hellerschmied-Jelinek Yale University, USA, Joint SFB1093 and ZMB Seminar
"Chemical biology to unravel protein homeostasis"
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22.05.19, Ludwig Ohl, Foundamentals, Berlin 13.15 in room T03 R04 C22
Seminar „Computational Methods in Industry"
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14.05.19  Rasmus Linser, TU Dortmund
"Solid-state NMR on large enzyme complexes from small sample amounts: A new era of solid-state NMR"
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30.04.19, Christine Beuck, University of Duisburg-Essen
Teaching Lecture - "Practical Aspects of Binding Assays to analyze PPIs and protein-ligand binding"
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Friday, 29.03.19; Christian Ottmann, University of Duisburg-Essen; Start 13.15, room T03 R04 C07
Teaching Lecture - "Fundamentals of Protein-Protein Interaction"
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02.04.19 Joachim Fandrey, University of Duisburg-Essen
"Molecular oxygen sensing"

Past events 2018-2019

Thursday, 14.02.19; Start 11.15, S07 S00 D07

"Synthetic building blocks for regenerative medicine"

Prof. Laura de Laporte
RWTH Aachen, DWI Leibniz Institute

Wednesday 30.01.19; Start 17.15, S07 SS D07

Bruno-Werdelmann Lecture: "Supramolecular Assemblies with Peptidic Scaffolds"

Prof. Helma Wennemers
ETH Zürich

Thursday, 31.01.19; Start 14.15, S05 T02 B02

Bruno-Werdelmann teaching lecture "Asymmetric Catalysis with Peptides"

Prof. Helma Wennemers
ETH Zürich

22.01.19

"Mitochondria - Hubs of myocardial ischemia / reperfusion injury."

PD Dr. Ulrike Hendgen-Cotta
University of Duisburg-Essen

04.12.18

"RNA functionalization via an expanded genetic alphabet"

Dr. Stephanie Kath-Schorr
University of Bonn

Wednesday 21.11.18 Hörsaal S07 S00 D07, Start at 2.15 pm

What does Gender have to do with Science?"

Prof. Tomas Brage
University of Lund

Science careers in Great Britain - perspectives and challenges"

Dr. Jonathan Müller
University of Birmingham

The research system in the USA - unlimited chances for everyone?"

Prof. Candace Chan
Arizona State University

06.11.18

Teaching Lecture: "NMR-Spectroscopy of biomolecules."

Prof. Peter Bayer
University of Duisburg-Essen

16.10.18

Teaching Lecture: "Inorganic nanoparticles and proteins."

Prof. Dr. Matthias Epple
University of Duisburg-Essen

10.07.18

"From Explicit Solvent Simulations to Understanding Solvation"

Prof. Matthias Heyden
Arizona State University

"Self-assembly of molecular networks"

Dr. Stephen Whitelam
Berkeley Lab, University of California

26.06.18

"PNA-encoded molecules to program assemblies and reactions in chemical biology"

Prof. Nicolas Winssinger
Université de Genève

Room: Senatssaal T01 S04 B34

29.05.18

"Teaching Lecture: Novel luminophores with aggregation induced emission properties for protein recognition."

Prof. Jens Voskuhl
University of Duisburg-Essen

08.05.18

"Teaching Lecture: Precision macromolecules for the sequence-controlled presentation of supramolecular ligands."

Prof. Laura Hartmann
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

24.04.18

"Interrogating and manipulating proteins with nucleic acid assemblies."

Prof. Oliver Seitz
Humboldt University Berlin

23.01.18

Teaching Lecture: "Kinetochores - in-vivo and in-vitro approaches to analyze the chromosome segregation machinery"

Prof. Stefan Westermann
University of Duisburg-Essen

09.01.18

"Protein Surface Recognition Using Designed Molecules"

Prof. Andrew J. Wilson
School of Chemistry and Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology of University of Leeds, UK


Past events (2014-2017)

28.11.17

"The Power of Chemoselectivity: Functional Protein-Conjugates for Cancer and Influenza targeting"

Prof. Christian Hackenberger
Leibniz Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP)and Humboldt University, Berlin

14.11.17

"Challenges with the characterization of Lecithin retinol acyltransferase and with the understanding of the membrane binding of photoreceptor proteins"

Prof. Christian Salesse
CHU de Québec, Canada

Thursday, 26.10.17, 2:00 pm, S05 T02 B02

"Raman and SERS based analysis of cells, tissue and biomolecules’"

Prof. Duncan Graham
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

21.06.17

"Brown Bag Session: DFG-Einzelförderung konkret; Sachbeihilfe (Eigene Stelle) und DFG-Forschungsstipendien (für die Chemie)"

Innovationsfabrik des SSC
12-13 Uhr, Campus Essen (V15 S01 C97)

06.06.17

"Abiotic synthetic polymers: functional alternatives to antibodies? Applications for protein stabilization, inhibition of signal transduction and as a broad spectrum antivenom."

Prof. Kenneth J. Shea
University of California, Irvine

"Challenging targets for small-molecule discovery: a biophysical perspective."

Prof. Michelle Arkin
University of California, San Francisco

04.04.17

Teaching Lecture: "Supramolecular Chemistry on Proteins"

Prof. Thomas Schrader
University of Duisburg-Essen

21.02.17

“14-3-3 PPI modulation by supramolecular Tweezer”

Dr. David Bier
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology Dortmund

“Challenges in obtaining crystal structures of protein complexes with supramolecular surface-binding ligands”

Dr. Arthur Porfetey
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology Dortmund

10.02.17, 1:15 pm, S03 S00 A40

"Structural insights into the disaggregation activity and regulation of Hsp104."

Dr. Tim Clausen
Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna, Austria

31.01.17

Methods in Supramolecular Chemistry and Biology II

"Biological Methods for Chemists"

CRC1093 PhD students
University of Duisburg-Essen and Max-Planck Institute, Dortmund

17.01.17

Methods in Supramolecular Chemistry and Biology I

"Chemical Methods for Biologists" and "Computational Methods for Supramolecular Chemistry"

CRC1093 PhD students
University of Duisburg-Essen and Max-Planck Institute, Mülheim

15.12.16

Aspire Breakfast

For female CRC1093 PhD students, 9.15 am in room T03 R04 C22

Prof. Shirley Knauer
University of Duisburg-Essen

Dr. Lydia Didt-Koziel
University of Duisburg-Essen

22.11.16

Good Scientific Practice - Concept and Reality

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Reinhard Zellner
University of Duisburg-Essen

08.11.16

Development of synthesis methodology for DNA-encoded small molecule libraries

Dr. Andreas Brunschweiger
Technical University of Dortmund

Monday 24.10.16, Venue: S06 S01 B06, Time:16 ct.

Supramolecular Crystallography: Weak Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid State

Prof. Dr. Kari Rissanen
University of Jyväskylä, Finnland

04.10.16

Exploring conformational changes and recognition events of supramolecular ligands by enhance sampling techniques.

Dr. Javier Iglesias-Fernandez
Kings College London

19.07.16

Aspire Afternoon 2016

Dr. Stefanie Kiefer
Fond der Chemischen Industrie

"Going for leading positions - push through the glass ceiling"

Location: Senatssitzungssaal T01 S04 B34

12.07.16

"Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of survivin"

Prof. Alessandro Feis
University of Firenze

11.07.16

Teaching Lecture: "Raman spectroscopy for the study of proteins: the choice among various Raman-based techniques"

Prof. Alessandro Feis
University of Firenze

Time: 11:15 am

05.07.16

Teaching Lecture: "Nanoparticles in biology and medicine"

Prof. Matthias Epple
University of Duisburg-Essen

07.06.16

Teaching Lecture Part II: "Molecular mechanisms in chromosome segregation during mitosis"

Prof. Andrea Musacchio
Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology Dortmund

24.05.16

Joint CRC1093/CENIDE science talk

"Nucleic acid-based components for molecular robotics and artificial cells"

Prof. Friedrich Simmel
Technical University of Munich

"Biomimetic DNA nanostructures"

Dr. Barbara Sacca
University of Duisburg-Essen

Location: Glaspavillon R12 S00 H12

10.05.16

Teaching Lecture Part I: "Molecular mechanisms in chromosome segregation during mitosis"

Prof. Andrea Musacchio
Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology Dortmund

03.05.16

A Sweet Encounter: Precision Glycomacromolecules as Biomimetic Ligands for Receptor Targeting

Prof. Laura Hartmann
University of Düsseldorf

26.04.16

Teaching Lecture: "Combinatorial Chemistry"

Prof. Carsten Schmuck
University of Duisburg-Essen

12.04.16

Targeting the motility of Clostridium difficile.

Dr. Magdalena Schacherl
University of Cologne

05.04.16

Non-covalent mass spectrometry for soluble and membrane protein complexes

Prof. Nina Morgner
University of Frankfurt a. M.

Location: S05 V01 E69

08.03.16

Conformational changes and dynamics of DNA nanostructures

Prof. Victoria Birkedal
Aarhus University in Denmark

Location: S05 V01 E69

02.02.16

"Monitoring conformational changes in proteins by site directed spin labeling EPR."

Prof. Enrica Bordignon
Free University of Berlin

21.01.16

CRC1093 Mini-Workshop:

"Supramolecular Chemistry and Protein Aggregation”

Prof. Frank-Gerrit Klärner University of Duisburg-Essen

Prof. Claudio Grassi Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Prof. Michael Ehrmann University of Duisburg-Essen

Dr. Elsa Sanchez Max Planck Institute, Mülheim

Prof. Jan Münch University Hospital, Ulm

Dr. Christine Beuck University of Duisburg-Essen

Prof. Caroline Smet-Nocca University of Lille, France

Location: T01 S04 B34 9.00 am - 1.15 pm

Monday - 18.01.16 - 11.15 am

Teaching Lecture: "Stuck Together - abnormal protein aggregation as a major public health threat in the 21st century."

Prof. Gal Bitan
University of California Los Angeles

19.01.16

"Development of molecular tweezers from supramolecular host molecules to drug candidates."

Prof. Gal Bitan
University of California Los Angeles

15.12.15

Teaching Lecture: "Supramolecular Chemistry"

Prof. Thomas Schrader
University of Duisburg-Essen

01.12.15

"The interplay of artifical and biological binding motifs in supramolecular chemistry"

Prof. Jens Voskuhl
University of Duisburg-Essen

17.11.15

Teaching Lecture: "Biomolecular Modeling and Simulations"

Prof. Daniel Hoffmann
University of Duisburg-Essen

03.11.15

"Dealing with scientific misconduct – a part of an editor`s day-to-day work"

Dr. Haymo Ross
Editor of European Journal of Organic Chemistry - Wiley VCH and Deputy Editor of Angewandte Chemie

Location: T01 S04 B34

20.10.15

"Peptide-derived ligands for the modulation of biological functions."

Dr. Tom Grossmann
Chemical Genomics Centre of the Max Planck Society

22.09.15

"Endoplasmatic Reticulum Stress as a Key Factor of Reprogramming"

Prof. Oleksandre Minchenko
Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, National Academy of Science of Ukraine

21.07.15

Teaching Lecture: "Chemical Biology with Small Molecules"

Prof. Markus Kaiser
University of Duisburg-Essen

07.07.15

Aspire Afternoon 2015: Crafting your Science Career

Dr. Petra Rzepecki
Herzog Fiesser & Partner Patentanwälte, München

Ina Krebs
Altana-Byk (Additives and Instruments), Wesel

Dr. Nicolette Mamant
Biotest AG, Dreieich

Location: T01 S04 B34

23.06.15

Teaching Lecture: "Raman Spectroscopy in Biology and Medicine"

Prof. Sebastian Schlücker
University of Duisburg-Essen

09.06.15

„Modulation of protein-protein interactions with small organic molecules”

Prof. Thorsten Berg
Universität Leipzig

12.05.15

Teaching Lecture: „Computational Simulations of Protein-Ligand Interactions”

Dr. Elsa Sanchez
Max-Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung

28.04.15

Teaching Lecture: "Protein Machines”

Prof. Hemmo Meyer
Universität Duisburg-Essen

14.04.15

„Modern Methods for Targeting Low Affinity Protein-protein Interactions: Structure and Function.”

Prof. Anna Mapp
University of Michigan

18.02.15

"Non covalent interactions from molecular recognition to fluorescent flippers probes"."

Dr. Marta Dal Molin

Université De Genéve

Location: S05 T02 B16

17.02.15

"Synthesis of oligosaccharides and glycoconjugates using chemistry and biology"."

Dr. Maria Theresia Cornelia Walvoort

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA

Location: S05 T02 B16

10.02.15

Teaching Lecture: "Small-molecule modulation of protein-protein interactions"

Prof. Christian Ottmann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Technical University Eindhoven

03.02.15

“Visible light photocatalysis and luminescent chemosensors”

Prof. Burkhard König
Universität Regensburg

13.01.15

Teaching Lecture: “X-ray analysis of biomolecules”

Dr. Ingrid Vetter
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology Dortmund

16.12.14

"Calcium phosphate nanoparticles as carriers of molecules across the cell membrane"

Prof. Dr. Matthias Epple

University of Duisburg-Essen

02.12.14

"Allosteric Inhibitors of the Dengua-Virus NS2B/NS3- Protease."

Prof. Dr. Tanja Schirmeister

Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz

25.11.14

“Spatio-temporal organization of DNA replication/repair: A mirror of chromosome higher order structure.”

Prof. Dr. Cristina Cardoso
TU Darmstadt

Location: T01 S04 B34

After the talk: Aspire Meeting

18.11.14

"Functional Genomics to Identify Driver Genes for Cancer Phenotypes."

Prof. Dr. Jeremy Chien

University of Kansas Cancer Center, USA

Location: T01 S04 B34

04.11.14

“Targeting nucleo-cytoplasmic transport.”

Prof. Dr. Shirley Knauer

University of Duisburg-Essen

28.10.14

Teaching Lecture: "NMR-Spectroscopy of biomolecules"

Prof. Peter Bayer
University of Duisburg-Essen

21.10.14

"Implications of human HTRA1 in cellular processes related to Alzheimer's disease."

Prof. Dr. Michael Ehrmann

University of Duisburg-Essen

08.07.2014

"Small-molecule modulation of Protein-Protein Interactions“

Prof. Dr. Christian Ottmann

Technical University Eindhoven/University of Duisburg-Essen

24.06.2014

„Functional DNA origami: current challenges and future perspectives.”

Dr. Barabara Saccá

University of Duisburg-Essen

Monday, 26.05.2014

„High resolution CryoEM."

Prof. Dr. Stefan Raunser

MPI, Dortmund

13.05.2014

„Supramolecular approaches to protein dimerization“

Prof. Dr. Luc Brunsveld

Technical University Eindhoven