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Klaus Schulten Memorial Symposium

Saturday Oct. 21st

    9:00-9:10    Opening remarks
    9:10-9:40    Zan Luthey-Schulten (Urbana):
                        Klaus and A Minimal Cell
  9:40-10:05    Robert Bittl (Berlin):
                        Spin Pairs and Magnetoreception
10:05-10:30    Werner Bauer (Würzburg):
                        Translational Cardiovascular Imaging
10:30-10:50    Helmut Heller (München):
                        Electronics, Physics, and Klaus


11:20-11:50    Axel Brunger (Stanford):
                        Molecular mechanisms of synaptic vesicle priming
11:50-12:10    Christian Kurrer (Brussels):
                        From the TUM and Illinois Physics Departments
                        to the European Parliamentary Research Service
12:10-12:35    Jeanne Rubner (München):
                        Science Journalism


14:00-14:25    Wolfgang Baumeister (Martinsried):
                        Structural studies of the 26S proteasome ex situ and in situ
14:25-14:50    Viola Vogel (Zürich):
                        Steered Molecular Dynamics: proteins as mechano-chemical switches
14:50-15:10    Hermann Gaub (München):
                        What Klaus taught me about fluctuations
15:10-15:30    Rafael Bernardi (München/Urbana):
                        Predicting the mechanical stability of cellulosomal scaffoldin by steered MD


16:25-16:50    Jan Lipfert (München):
                        From Molecular Dynamics to Single-Molecule Experiments – and Back!
16:50-17:10    Lukas Milles (München):
                        Molecular mechanism of extreme mechanostability in a pathogen surface anchor
17:10-17:35    Don Lamb (München):
                        Interactions with Klaus in the early 90s in Urbana
17:35-18:00    Helmut Grubmüller (Göttingen):
                        Three lessons learned from Klaus

Saturday, 21.10.17

09:00 h - 19:00 h

Location: Kleiner Physik-Hörsaal N 020, Fakultät für Physik

Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1