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International Physics of Living Systems Network (iPoLS)

2019 Annual Meeting - Martinsried/Munich, Germany

July 8-11, 2019

Scope of the Workshop

This meeting brings together more than 200 scientists from the international Physics of Living Systems Research Network (iPOLS), a trans-national network of graduate students, graduate student educators, and researchers, working at the interface between biology and physics.

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The meeting will consist of four days of networking and exciting talks from students and faculty members of the PoLS Network. Sessions will be arranged by institutions. There will also be two poster sessions and an "Unconference", consisting of discussions on particular topics.

The social program will include a conference dinner on Tuesday evening (registered participants only). On Wednesday afternoon (July 10), we will offer different activities, such as a guided city tour (1.5 h), a guided bike tour (2 h) and a roof climb on the glass roof of  the famous Olympic stadium  (2-2.5h) for registered participants.

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Detailed information about the program, participants and abstracts can be found in the web-based event App:
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The password has been sent to all participants. For password requests, please contact Opens window for sending emailClaudia Leonhardt.

Workshop Venue

Max-Planck-Institut of Biochemistry

Am Klopferspitz 18
82152 Martinsried / Germany


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Prof. Don Lamb, LMU Munich/CeNS
Prof. Petra Schwille, MPI of Biochemistry/CeNS
Prof. Philip Tinnefeld, LMU Munich/CeNS

Conference Management

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Center for NanoScience (CeNS)

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SFB 1032 "Nanoagents"

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MPI of Biochemistry, Martinsried
Dept. Cellular and Molecular Biophysics

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