CRC1093 International Symposium

10 – 12 September 2019
University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany

The third CRC 1093 International Symposium will focus on supramolecular principles in biological systems. Presentations by internationally renowned speakers will cover the topics:

Rational Design of Supramolecular Ligands
Recognition of Binding Sites
Regulation of Protein-Protein Interactions
Protein Machines, Chaperones and Biomolecular Assemblies
Protein Aggregation, Protein Motions, Disorder to Order Transitions
Systems Chemistry / Biology

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Ned SEEMAN (New York, USA)

Friedrich SIMMEL (Munich, GER)

Michael FAMULOK (Bonn, GER)

Huib OVAA (Leiden, NLD)

Rama RANGANATHAN (Chicago, USA)

Daniel SUMMERER (Dortmund, GER)

Thomas MAYER (Constance, GER)

Brenda SCHULMAN (Munich, GER)

Andreas MARTIN (Berkeley, USA)

Harald STENMARK (Oslo, NOR)

Ivan DIKIC (Frankfurt, GER)

Doris HELLERSCHMIED (Essen, GER)

Andrew McCAMMON (San Diego, USA)

Zaida LUTHEY-SCHULTEN (Illinois, USA)

Adrian ROITBERG (Gainesville, USA)

Benoit ROUX (Chicago, USA)

... and selected CRC1093 Speakers

Young Researcher Prize and Poster Awards For young Scientists

Young academics (PhD students, Postdocs) are invited to apply for the Young Researcher Prize for an outstanding publication within the field of the symposium`s topics. Simply send your publication until the 19th of August to crc1093@uni-due.de. Awardees are invited for a short presentation.

Furthermore young academics can submit an abstract for a poster presentation. Two posters will be awarded with a poster prize. You can send your poster abstract until 23rd of August, please use the abstract template on the right.

Cultural Event

We invite participants of the symposium to a guided tour in the afternoon of the 11th of September.The Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex was a coal mine from 1847 till 1987 in Essen. Today it is an industrial landmark. The Zollverein Shaft XII is one of the most important industrial monuments in Europe and belongs since December 2001 to the UNESCO world heritage.