Soft and Biological Matter
The joint Tel Aviv University-ESPCI Paris Workshop

Programme | Registration | Practical Information

The cooperation between Tel Aviv University and ESPCI Paris is on the move ! Already, on 20 September 2016, the first official step has taken place : the signature of a joint PhD thesis supervision. And now, it’s our pleasure to announce the second step !

On 6 and 7 of March, a joint workshop between Tel Aviv University and ESPCI Paris will take place in Paris.
This event will be an occasion to learn more and jointly discuss Soft and Biological Matter through about two dozens talks.
Below, the titles of the talks are enlisted for your convenience.






Programme

Registration

Registration (click here) is open until 31 January 2017.
Any further question ?
Do not hesitate to contact stephanie.ledoux (arobase) espci.fr

Practical Information

The workshop will take place at the Pierre Gilles de Gennes Institute (IPGG) and is open to all, from PhD students to senior researchers, engineers, and administrative staff.
It is completely free of charges.

IPGG Amphitheatre 6 rue Jean Calvin 75005 Paris
  • Line 7 Subway station : Censier Daubenton
  • RER B Station : Luxembourg + 5 min Bus 21 or 27 (Bus stop : Berthollet - Vauquelin)

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Séminaires


Tuomas Knowles (Cambridge University)

Lundi 1er juillet 11:30-12:30 - Bibliothèque PCT - F3.04

Probing proteins in small volumes

This talk outlines our efforts on exploring experimental strategies to provide a new window into protein self-assembly that are enabled by operation in small volumes. We have shown that microconfinement achieved through droplet microfluidics allows the isolation of single nucleation events in protein aggregation and thus to study a rare event as single molecule resolution. Using this strategy we have also been able to develop an understanding of how aberrant misfolded protein states are transmitted from one molecule to another through time and space. More recently we have exploited measurements of mass transport through fluid streams under laminar flow conditions to generate a platform for probing protein-protein interactions under fully native conditions.