How can DNA-nanoboxes with light-switched lids and single molecule studies of our genome help solving future challenges in life science and sustainable energy development?
Join us at Chalmers for a fascinating journey towards the core of nanotechnology/science: controlled sub-nanometer resolution design and investigations of nano-objects and their future use in industry and society. We have gathered outstanding lecturers from academia, including the founder of the field DNA nanotechnology Professor Nadrian Seeman, who will share with us their latest results and visions. Lectures, popular science talks as well as a poster exhibition will be combined with discussions and networking during this two day workshop.
Thursday November 28, 12:00-21:00
Friday November 29, 8:30-15:30
at RunAn, Chalmers Student Union Building
Deadline for registration, November 15
Attending the event is free of charge.
Nadrian Seeman, New York University (Founder of the field of DNA nanotechnology)
Cees Dekker, University of Delft (Director of the Kavli Nanoscience Institute)
Mark C. Williams, Northeastern University
Kurt Gothelf, Aarhus University
Tim Liedl, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität Munich
Marija Drndic, University of Pennsylvania
Amit Meller, Boston University
Nynke Dekker, University of Delft
Peng Yin, Harvard University
Tom Brown, University of Southampton
Aleksandra Radenovic, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Mauro Modesti, Centre de recherche en Cancérologie de Marseille
Rodolphe Marie, Technical University of Denmark
Björn Högberg, Karolinska Institute
Jonas Tegenfeldt, Lund University
Ann-Sofie Cans, Chalmers University of Technology
Bo Albinsson, Chalmers University of Technology