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Poster Programme

Poster Session 1 - Monday 12 April, 15:20 - 16:40 UTC
 

Track on Nanophotonics and Superresolution

P1.01

Peptide Nucleic Acid Conjugation of Quantum Dots to DNA Nanostructures
Christopher Green

P1.02

Can a DNA Nanostructure Constrain the Position and Orientation of an Attached Dye Molecule?
Divita Mathur

P1.03

DNA Origami Superstructures for Photonic/Phononic Crystals (Eligible for prize)
Sung Hun Park

P1.04

Introducing graphene-on-glass coverslips for single-molecule biosensing (Eligible for prize)
Renukka Yaadav

P1.05

Poster Withdrawn

P1.06


Bottom-up construction of complex standalone metal nanostructures in solution using DNA as a chaperone (Eligible for prize)
Xin Luo

P1.07


Substituent Effects on the Solubility and Electronic Properties of Dyes: Density Functional and Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory Calculations
Austin Biaggne

P1.08

Rotaxane rings promote oblique packing and extended lifetimes in DNA-templated molecular dye aggregates (Eligible for prize)
Matthew Barclay

P1.09

Excited-State Dynamics in DNA-Templated Molecular Dye Aggregates
Jonathan Huff

 

Track on Biomedical Nanotechnology

P1.10

Bioinspired Peptide-Nucleotide Nanofibers
Simone Hendrikse

 

Track on Molecular Machinery

P1.11

Single-molecule mechanical detection of an artificial track-walking molecular motor beyond bridge-burning design
Zhisong Wang

Poster Session 2, Monday 12 April, 18:00 - 19:20 UTC
 

Track on Biomedical Nanotechnology

P2.01


DNA origami biosensor for the detection of cancer biomarkers (Eligible for prize)
Ivana Domljanovic, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

P2.02

Programmable low-cost DNA-based platform for viral RNA detection
Lifeng Zhou

P2.03

Programmable surface grafting of DNA origami via TdT polymerization
Yonggang Ke

P2.04

Using 3D-cell Culture to Determine Efficacy of DNA-Based Drug Delivery Vehicles
Jathavan Asohan

P2.05

The combination of flattening, length-dependent rigidity and mechanochemistry accounts for microtubule breaking
Juan Rodriguez

P2.06

Amine Structure Modulates the Immune Response of Lipid Nanoparticles (Eligible for prize)
Namit Chaudhary

 

Track on Molecular Machinery

P2.07

Modelling of Migration Dynamics with DNA Walkers on 2D Surfaces (Eligible for prize)
Yancheng Du

P2.08

Robotic end-to-end fusion of microtubules powered by kinesin (Eligible for prize)
Gadiel Saper

P2.09

High Performance Computer Controlled Fast and Processive Bipedal Motor that Travels Long Distances
Samrat Basak

P2.10

Enzyme-free catalytic production of DNA complexes through far-from-equilibrium templating (Eligible for prize)
Javier Cabello Garcia

P2.11

Solving EXACT COVER problem using Network-based BIOCOMPUTATION (Eligible for prize)
Pradheebha Surendiran

Poster Session 3, Tuesday 13 April, 15:20 - 16:40 UTC
 

Track on DNA Nanostructures: Semantomorphic Science

P3.01

DNA-nanostructure-directed precise silica mineralization in solution (Eligible for prize)
Minh-Kha Nguyen

P3.02

Origami dimerization mediated by the fluorous effect
Jiajia Zou

P3.03

Modulation of DNA Crystalline Triangle Lattices by the Extension and Insertion of Double Helical Segments (Eligible for prize)
Karol Woloszyn

P3.04


Annealing of DNA Origami-Templated Gold and Tellurium Nanorods Coated with a High Heat Resistance Polymer to Fabricate Metal-Semiconductor Junctions  (Eligible for prize)
Basu Aryal

P3.05

A Hoberman Flight Ring Made of DNA Origami (Eligible for prize)
Ruixin Li

P3.06

Computational Studies of DNA Origami Tile Cyclization (Eligible for prize) 
Hyeongwoon Lee

P3.07


3D Arrangement of DNA Tensegrity Triangles Within a Hexagonal Lattice Using Mismatched Sticky Ends (Eligible for prize)
Brandon Lu

P3.08

Self-assembly of a DNA Ring Motif with Programmable Flexibility and Connectivity (Eligible for prize)
Shiyun Liu

P3.09

Automated solid phase synthesis of DNA nanostructures (Eligible for prize)
Casey Platnich

P3.10

Metal-Mediated Self-Assembling 3D DNA Crystals (Eligible for prize)
Simon Vecchioni

P3.11

Minimalist Strategies for Size Defined 2D and 3D DNA Nanostructures (Eligible for prize)
Daniel Saliba

Poster Session 4, Tuesday 13 April, 18:00 - 19:20 UTC
 

Track on Principles and Theory of Self-Assembly

P4.01

Thermodynamics of DNA looping for origami folding
Jacob Majikes

P4.02 

Stability of the d(CGA) Motif: A Building Block for the Rational Design of pH Sensitive DNA Nanostructures (Eligible for prize)
Emily Luteran

P4.03

Self-Regeneration and Self-Healing in DNA Origami Nanostructures (Eligible for prize)
Michael Scheckenbach

P4.04


Thermosetting supramolecular polymerisation of compartmentalised DNA fibres with stereo-sequence and length control (Eligible for prize)
Michael Dore

P4.05


Elucidation of a new complex pathway in 2D supramolecular polymerization of DNA-oligomer block copolymer amphiphiles (Eligible for prize)
Muhammad Ghufran Rafique

P4.06

Nano-sandwich composite by kinetic-trapping assembly from protein and nucleic acid
Shi Chen

P4.07 

Designing Polycube Assembly Rules using SAT (Eligible for prize)
Joakim Bohlin

P4.08


Arbitrary Placement of Heterogeneous Species on a Single Substrate Enabled via Engineered Steric Brush Interactions (Eligible for prize)
Marcello DeLuca

 

Track on Nucleic Acid Nanostructures in Vivo

P4.09

Sequence-programmed DNA crosslinking hotspots create ultra-stable nanomaterials for use as a biological platform
Tyler Brown

Poster Session 5, Wednesday 14 April, 15:20 - 16:40 UTC
 

Track on DNA Nanosytems: Programmed Function

P5.01

Chemically controlled DNA Origami dynamic self-assembly (Eligible for prize)
Alba Monferrer i Sureda

P5.02

Light‐Responsive Dynamic DNA‐Origami‐Based Plasmonic Assemblies (Eligible for prize)
Joonas Ryssy

P5.03

DNA origami-based goniometers for DNA bending proteins (Eligible for prize)
Ashwin Karthick Natarajan

P5.04

Controllable Protocell Aggregation Induced by DNA Signals (Eligible for prize)
Yancheng Du

P5.05

Responsive core-shell DNA particles destabilise lipid bilayers and trap bacteria (Eligible for prize)
Michal Walczak

P5.06 

DNA origami based biosensing (Eligible for prize)
Lennart Grabenhorst

P5.07

"Printing" DNA Strand Patterns on Small Molecules (Eligible for prize)
Fangzhou Zhao

P5.08


One-Pot Molecular Assembly of DNA and Semi-Artificial Glycopeptides to Give Multicomponent Supramolecular Materials (Eligible for prize)
Sayuri Higashi

P5.09

Cascaded pattern formation in DNA based Reaction-diffusion system
Keita Abe

P5.10

A Curvature Ruler Enabled by DNA Nanotech (Eligible for prize)
Ece Büber

P5.11

Large, square-shaped, DNA origami nanopore with gating function on giant vesicle membrane (Eligible for prize)
Shoji Iwabuchi

P5.12


Seeding, Plating and Electrical Characterization of Gold Nanowires Formed on Self-Assembled DNA Nanotubes (Eligible for prize) 
Dulashani R Ranasinghe

Poster Session 6, Wednesday 14 April, 17:45 - 19:20 UTC
 

Track on DNA Nanosytems: Programmed Function

P6.01

Helicase Expedites a Catalytic DNA Reaction by Selectively Removing the Product from the Catalyst (Eligible for prize)
Pepijn Moerman

P6.02

Exciton Delocalization in Squaraine versus Cyanine Dye Aggregates Templated by DNA Holliday Junction
Olga Mass

P6.03

A robust encoding and decoding algorithm for DNA based data storage
Golam Mortuza

P6.04

A Modular and Customizable Aptamer Transducer Designed for Feed-Forward Coupling with Catalytic Amplifiers
Tim Hachigian

P6.05

Robust heterochiral strand displacement using leakless translators (Eligible for prize)
Tracy Mallette

P6.06

DNA amphiphilic self assembly for therapeutic applications (Eligible for prize)
Sepideh Kaviani

 

Track on Protein & Viral Nanostructures

P6.07

Ethanol-Mediated Assembly of Tobacco Mosaic Virus Coat Protein
Ismael Abu-Baker

P6.08

Poster withdrawn

P6.09

CRISPR-guided programmable self-assembly of artificial virus-like nucleocapsids (Eligible for prize)
Carlos Calcines-Cruz

P6.10

Functionalization and assembly of coiled-coil protein origami nanostructures using SpyCatcher/SpyTag system
Žiga Strmšek

P6.11

Engineering a molecular trigger for HBV VLP disassembly (Eligible for prize)
Caleb Starr

 

Track on Integrated Chemical Systems

P6.12

DNA Cubes as a “Printing Press”; Printing DNA Patterns onto Polymer Nanoparticles (Eligible for prize)
Sean Laxton

 

Track on Computational Tools for Self-Assembly

P6.13

A Python library for structural DNA nanotechnology
Jorge Guerrero

P6.14

CADAxiSDNA: Automated Design of Smooth and Continuous 3D Surface Contours with DNA Origami (Eligible for prize)
Daniel Fu

Poster Session 7, Thursday 15 April, 15:20 - 16:40 UTC
 

Track on Computational Tools for Self-Assembly

P7.01

Simulation & Design of DNA Amphiphiles: Towards Photo-Responsive Micelles (Eligible for prize)
Shayne Gracious

P7.02

On Shape Counting Methods for DNA Tile Self-Assemblies
Siwei Liu

P7.03


Making the most of DNA melt curves: Data collapse with affine transformations and consequences of experimental design
Jacob Majikes

P7.04

How to Design Free-form DNA Nanostructures Online (Eligible for prize)
Joakim Bohlin

P7.05

Coarse-grained nucleic acid - protein model for hybrid nanotechnology (Eligible for prize)
Jonah Procyk

P7.06

Virtual DNA Lab – A computational simulation platform for DNA multi-strand dynamics
Frankie Spencer

 

Track on Synthetic Biology

P7.07


Reconstitution of ultrawide DNA origami pores in liposomes for transmembrane transport of macromolecules (Eligible for prize)
Nicola De Franceschi

P7.08


A modular, dynamic, DNA-based platform for regulating cargo distribution and transport between lipid domains (Eligible for prize)
Roger Rubio Sanchez

P7.09


In situ generation of RNA complexes for synthetic molecular strand displacement circuits in autonomous systems (Eligible for prize)
Wooli Bae

P7.10

Mechanisms for the Controlled Division of Giant Unilamellar Lipid Vesicles (Eligible for prize)
Yannik Dreher

P7.11

Poster withdrawn

P7.12


Amplified Self‐Immolative Release of Small Molecules by Spatial Isolation of Reactive Groups on DNA‐Minimal Architectures
Alex Prinzen

P7.13

Cation-regulated binding of DNA with phospholipid membranes
Himanshu Joshi

   

Documents

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: An updated Zoom link has been sent for the FNANO 2021 Conference starting today. Please check your emails or the TEAMS General channel for announcements.


Key dates

Abstract submission deadline (Extended):

15 February 2021

Registration deadline:

02 April 2021