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AUDITORIUM
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MOLECULAR MOTORS
Chairs: Christoph Schmidt, USA and José Carrascosa, Spain

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nvited speakers:
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Cooperative Functions of Molecular Motor Assemblies
Shin'Ichi Ishiwata, Japan
15:30
A molecular hurdle race: How does DNA polymerase deal with SSBs stably bound to the template?
Borja Ibarra, Spain

16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
A ratchet mechanism governs load adaptation by branched actin networks

Peter Bieling, Germany

Short Talks:
17:00
Kinesin-2 stepping reflects its heteromeric nature

Willi L. Stepp, Germany
17:15
Reverse stroke of cardiac myosin revealed by single molecule microscopy is essential for heart function

Yongtae Hwang, Japan
17:30
Artificial Assembly of the Bacterial Flagella Motor on DNA Scaffolds
Sophie Hertel, Australia

MADRID
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TISSUE BIOPHYSICS AND MORPHOGENESIS
Chair: Francoise Brochard-Wyart, France

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nvited speakers:
15:00
Forming, watching and stressing organoids

Pierre Nassoy, France
15:30
Physics of epithelial folds and flows
Guillaume Salbreux, UK

16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
Bacterial colonies as active droplets - from single cells to continuum theory

Vasily Zaburdaev, Germany

Short Talks:
17:00
Biomimetic emulsions probe the mechanics of tissues

Lea-Laetitia Pontani, France
17:15
Mechano-transduction and coordination of epithelial cells during Drosophila morphogenesis
Matthias Häring, Germany
17:30
A hydraulic instability underlies oocyte size selection in C.elegans
Arghyadip Mukherjee, Germany
ROMA
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EMERGING BREAKTHROUGH MOLECULAR-SCALE BIOPHYSICS METHODOLOGIES (ARBRE-MOBIEU COST Action)
Chairs: Patrick England, France and Isabel Alves, France

Invited speakers:
15:00
Adventures with dynamic and disordered systems

Perdita Barran, UK
15:30
Access to Atomic Resolution Structural Information of Homo-Repeats: The Huntingtin Case
Pau Bernado, France

16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
Investigating the bacterial translocon at the single molecule level

Peter Hinterdorfer, Austria

Short Talks:
17:00
Correlative μ-Brillouin and μ-Raman spectroscopy: emerging tool for simultaneous mechanical and chemical analysis of cells and tissues

Silvia Caponi, Italy
17:15
Revisiting the structure-function relationship with mass photometry

Gavin Young, UK
17:30
Hierarchical micro- and nanostructured surface architectures for label-free spectroscopic and microscopic protein interrogation
Julia Flesch, Germany
AUDITORIUM
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CLOSING PLENARY LECTURE
MINFLUX Nanoscopy: Superresolution post Nobel
Stefan Hell, Germany

Chair: Jesús Pérez-Gil, President (Elect) EBSA

19:00 CLOSING CEREMONY
21:00 CONGRESS DINNER
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