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Invited Speakers

Please find below a complete list of the invited speakers with titles of talks.

 

Quantitative biology with droplet microfluidics
Adam Abate, University of California, USA

 

Therapeutic modulation of tumor-associated macrophages with nanodevices
Lev Becker, The University of Chicago, USA

 

Selective ORgan Targeting (SORT) Nanoparticles for Tissue-specific mRNA Delivery and CRISPR–Cas Gene Editing
Qiang Cheng, University of Texas, USA

 

Programmable icosahedral shell system based on the principle of virus capsids
Christian Sigl, Technical University of Munich, Germany

 

DNA Origami Tools for Signal Amplification and Self-Repair at the Nanoscale
Viktorija Glembockyte, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

 

Towards programmable assemblies through geometric frustration: Understanding the limits of self-limitation
Gregory Grason, University of Massachusetts, USA

 

Design of arbitrary freeform DNA origami structures
Chao-Min Huang, Duke University, USA

 

Controlling the Transformations of DNA Origami by Modular Reconfigurable Units
Yonggang Ke, Emory University, USA

 

Stimulus-responsive self-assembly of protein-based fractals by computational design
Sagar Khare, Rutgers University, USA

 

Toward parameter-free, rapid prediction of DNA origami shape and mechanical properties through multiscale analysis framework
Do-Nyun Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

 

Engineering the Vault Nanoparticle for Enzyme Stabilization
Leonard Rome, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

 

Applying Nanotechnology to Health in the Workplace
John Sadowski, U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA



Virus trapping with DNA origami shells
Jessica Kretzmann, Technical University of Munich, Germany

 

Reconfigurable DNA origami domino array-based (DODA) system
Jie Song, Shanghai Jiao Tong University & Institute of Basic Medicine and Cancer (IBMC), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Self-assembled lipid nanoparticles for RNA delivery: SARS-CoV-2 vaccines, chemistry, and beyond
Kathryn Whitehead, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

 

Super-resolution with and without deep learning
Christophe Zimmer, Institut Pasteur, France

 

A virus nanoparticle as a resealable container
Adam Zlotnick, Indiana University, USA


Documents

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Key dates

Abstract submission deadline (Extended):

15 February 2021

Registration deadline:

02 April 2021