Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 6: Poster I

Montag, 1. April 2019, 17:30–19:30, Poster B2

Topics: Active matter (6.1 - 6.9); Biomaterials and biopolymers (6.10 - 6.19); Cell adhesion and migration and multicellular systems (6.20 - 6.33); Cell mechanics (6.34 - 6.51); Cytoskeletal filaments (6.52 - 6.67); Statistical physics of biological systems (6.68 - 6.83)

17:30 BP 6.1 Nano-stir bars for perturbing biofluid microdroplets in a microfluidic channel — •Mithun Thampi, Pierre-Yves Gires, and Matthias Weiss
17:30 BP 6.2 A phase field crystal approach to active systems with inertia — •Dominic Arold and Michael Schmiedeberg
17:30 BP 6.3 The Role of Loops in Transport Networks — •Leonie Bastin, Mirna Kramar, and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.4 Microscopic active systems learning in noisy environments — •Santiago Muiños-Landin and Frank Cichos
17:30 BP 6.5 Feedback Control of Active Microswimmers to Imitate Phototaxis — •Alexander Fischer and Frank Cichos
17:30 BP 6.6 Capillary condensation forces between inclusions in an active bath — •Milos Knezevic and Holger Stark
17:30 BP 6.7 Thermoviscous flows at reduced heating impact — •Matthias Loidolt, Matthaeus Mittasch, Archit Bhatnagar, Anatol Fritsch, and Moritz Kreysing
17:30 BP 6.8 Taming the Factor: Upstream dynamics of Circular Dorsal Ruffle (CDR) regulation — •Malte Ohmstede and Hans-Günther Döbereiner
17:30 BP 6.9 MT-kinesin bundle and cross-linked network formation — •Amna Abdalla Mohammed Khalid, Fanomezana Moutse Ranaivoson, Anne Houdusse, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.10 Hofmeister series for RNA and metal cations: Binding affinities and kinetics and thermodynamics from all-atom molecular dynamics simulationSergio Cruz-León and •Nadine Schwierz
  17:30 BP 6.11 The contribution has been withdrawn.
17:30 BP 6.12 Investigating the morphology and nanomechanical properties of snake scale microstructures — •Loïc Musy, Iaroslav Gaponenko, Raul Gonzalez, and Patrycja Paruch
17:30 BP 6.13 Probing the Escalation of DNA-Polymerization in Thermal Traps — •Christina Felicitas Dirscherl and Dieter Braun
17:30 BP 6.14 Movement of DNA within microporous materials in an electric field — •Natascha Heinsohn, Robert Niedl, and Carsten Beta
17:30 BP 6.15 A selection mechanism to emerge the first functional sequences — •Alexandra Kühnlein, Hannes Mutschler, Dieter Braun, and Christof Mast
17:30 BP 6.16 Effects of increased electrostatic repulsion between head groups of cardiolipin monolayersRenko Kensbock, •Heiko Ahrens, and Christiane A. Helm
17:30 BP 6.17 Tailor-made single electrode device to study human stem cell derived neurons — •Jeremy Teuber
17:30 BP 6.18 C. Elegans Nematodes Deform like Elastic Rods. — •Octavio Albarran, Peter Weist, Eugenia Butkevich, Renata Garces, and Christoph Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.19 Adsorption of Bovine Serum Albumin on Glass Surfaces observed by X-ray Reflectometry — •Annemarie Pfnür, Michail Goldes, Sarah Höhn, Aldo Roberto Boccaccini, and Tobias Unruh
17:30 BP 6.20 Towards a more realistic model of adhesion clusters under force — •Andrea Bräutigam, Gerhard Gompper, and Benedikt Sabass
17:30 BP 6.21 Dynamic patterns of the plant growth regulator auxin — •Joao Ramos and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.22 Robust increase in supply by vessel dilation in globally coupled microvasculature — •Felix J. Meigel, Peter Cha, Michael P. Brenner, and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.23 Functionalized lipid bilayers as a platform to study cell adhesion — •Anastasia Svetlova, Vanessa Maybeck, Jana Ellieroth, Frano Milos, and Andreas Offenhäusser
17:30 BP 6.24 Foraging behaviour of Physarum polycephalum — •Lisa Schick, Mirna Kramer, and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.25 Roughness and wettability assessment of substrates with regard to cell adhesion — •Paul Lühe, Issam Assi, Christian Völkner, Regina Lange, Ingo Barke, and Sylvia Speller
17:30 BP 6.26 To stick or not to stick - interfacial forces and biological mechanisms regulating microalgae adhesion — •Alexandros Fragkopoulos, Christian Kreis, Anaelle Chretien, Alice Grangier, Christine Linne, and Oliver Bäumchen
17:30 BP 6.27 Fluid flow control on morphological changes — •Noah Ziethen and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.28 Memory capacity of a flow network — •Komal Bhattacharyya and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 6.29 Application of 3D Lithography — •Jana Kredl, Christian Denker, Cornelius Fendler, Julia Bethune, Nina Meyer, Tobias Tubandt, Finn-F. Lietzow, Neha Jha, Chris Badenhorst, Alena Rong, Jakob Walowski, Mark Doerr, Raghvendra Plankar, Mihaela Delcea, Uwe T. Bornscheuer, Robert Blick, Swadhin Mandal, and Markus Münzenberg
17:30 BP 6.30 Influence of extracellular vimentin on cell migration — •Divyendu Goud Thalla and Franziska Lautenschläger
17:30 BP 6.31 The nanomorphology of osteoblasts with regard to adhesion parameters investigated by Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy — •Christian Völkner, Regina Lange, Martina Grüning, Ingo Barke, Barbara Nebe, and Sylvia Speller
17:30 BP 6.32 Influence of substrate elasticity and geometry on cell migration — •Stefanie Haberlandt and Florian Rehfeldt
17:30 BP 6.33 Scaling Emergency Response of Physarum polycephalum: On the verge of death — •Jonghyun Lee, Adrian Fessel, and Hans-Günther Döbereiner
17:30 BP 6.34 Comparison of mechanical properties of cells using different cantilevers as probe tips for atomic force microscopy — •Florian Frederick Stuckmann, Hsiao-Ching Tsai, and Mathias Getzlaff
17:30 BP 6.35 Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT)-induced changes of cortical contractility and stiffness in breast epithelial cells — •Kamran Hosseini and Elisabeth Fischer-Friedrich
17:30 BP 6.36 Correlation of force generation and actin structure in blood platelets — •Anna Zelena, Dimitri Probst, Johannes Blumberg, Ulrich S. Schwarz, and Sarah Köster
17:30 BP 6.37 Numerical Investigation of Cell Deformation during Bioprinting Processes — •Sebastian Müller and Stephan Gekle
17:30 BP 6.38 Acoustic wave irradiation of cancer cells — •Lena Fastenrath, Maja Strugacevac, Tobias Löffler, Constanze Wiek, Julia Kristin, Jörg Schipper, and Mathias Getzlaff
17:30 BP 6.39 Size-dependent forces during phagosomal transportSimon Wieland, •David Gitschier, Magdalena Haaf, Solange Hoffbauer, and Holger Kress
17:30 BP 6.40 CAOS - How to Stretch Adherent Cells — •Tobias Neckernuss, Daniel Geiger, Jonas Pfeil, and Othmar Marti
17:30 BP 6.41 Probing cellular resolution limits during phagocytosis — •Manuel Eisentraut, Adal Sabri, and Holger Kress
17:30 BP 6.42 Traction Force Microscopy during Phagocytosis — •Wolfgang Groß and Holger Kress
17:30 BP 6.43 Rayleigh-Plateau-like instability of an active cylindrical cell membrane — •Katharina Gräßel, Christian Bächer, and Stephan Gekle
17:30 BP 6.44 First evidence of cellular uptake of environmentally relevant microplastic particles — •Anja Ramsperger, Bangalore Vinay Kumar, Wolfgang Gross, Holger Schmalz, Holger Kress, and Christian Laforsch
17:30 BP 6.45 Cross-talk between cell shape and state during cell fate transitions — •Wolfram Pönisch, Irene Aspalter, Agathe Chaigne, and Ewa Paluch
17:30 BP 6.46 Rheology of hydrogels based on chemically modified hyaluronic acid — •Martin Schilling and Florian Rehfeldt
17:30 BP 6.47 Traction force microscopy of HAELVI cells on silicone gel substrate — •Susan Tavakoli, Kay-E. Gottschalk, Manfred Frick, Kathrin Diem, Eric Dufresne, and Kathryn Anne Rosowski
17:30 BP 6.48 The effect of reactive oxygen species on the molecular and mechanical phenotype of C6 glioma cells — •Yesaswini Komaragiri, Doreen Biedenweg, Ricardo H. Pires, and Oliver Otto
17:30 BP 6.49 A muscle cell seen as active matter: Heterogeneities and dynamic instabilities in sarcomere contraction of cardiomyocytes — •Daniel Härtter, Wolfram-Hubertus Zimmermann, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.50 Myosin-dependent mechanosensory adaptation in Drosophila — •Chonglin Guan, Kengo Nishi, Christian Kreis, Oliver Bäumchen, Martin Göpfert, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.51 Passive and active response of bacteria under mechanical compression — •Renata Garces, Samantha Miller, and C.F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.52 Near Real Time Analysis of Stress Fiber Formation in Stem Cells — •Lara Hauke, Carina Wollnik, Benjamin Eltzner, Stefan Huckemann, and Florian Rehfeldt
17:30 BP 6.53 Recovery behavior of stretched single vimentin filaments — •Julia Kraxner, Johanna Block, and Sarah Köster
  17:30 BP 6.54 The contribution has been withdrawn.
17:30 BP 6.55 Ion Depending Stress-strain Behavior and Interaction of Intermediate FilamentsAnna Schepers, •Charlotta Lorenz, Johanna Block, Julia Kraxner, and Sarah Köster
17:30 BP 6.56 DNA Damage and its Influence on the Mechanical Properties of the Nucleus — •Nora Olszok, Alia Dos Santos, Christopher Toseland, and Florian Rehfeldt
17:30 BP 6.57 Automated tracing algorithm for scanning electron microscopy images of the actin cortex — •Moritz Schu, Daniel Flormann, and Franziska Lautenschläger
17:30 BP 6.58 Failure of Biological Networks with Dynamic Crosslinks — •Mareike Berger, David Brückner, and Chase Broedersz
17:30 BP 6.59 Influence of Intermediate Filaments on Microtubule Dynamics and Organisation — •Laura Schaedel, Charlotta Lorenz, Susanne Bauch, and Sarah Köster
17:30 BP 6.60 Active contraction of biopolymer networks in elastic confinement — •Johannes Flommersfeld
17:30 BP 6.61 Dynamic properties of actin cortex depend on the adhesion state of cells. — •Kevin Kaub, Emmanuel Terriac, and Franziska Lautenschläger
17:30 BP 6.62 Vimentin intermediate filaments rings deform nucleus during the first steps of adhesion — •Emmanuel Terriac, Susanne Schütz, and Franziska Lautenschläger
17:30 BP 6.63 Formation of Microtentacles — •Lucina Kainka, Emmanuel Terriac, Ludger Santen, and Franziska Lautenschläger
17:30 BP 6.64 The Influence of Force on the Self-Assembly of Myosin II Minifilaments — •Justin Grewe, Kai Weißenbruch, Martin Bastmeyer, and Ulrich S. Schwarz
17:30 BP 6.65 A dynamic model for the cytoskeleton of malaria-infected RBCs — •Julia Jäger, Michael Lanzer, and Ulrich S Schwarz
17:30 BP 6.66 Multi-scale microrheology using fluctuating semiflexible filaments as stealth probes — •Kengo Nishi, Fred MacKintosh, and Christoph Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.67 Super-resolution microscopy of the bacterial cell wall synthesis machinery — •Julian Roth and Alexander Rohrbach
17:30 BP 6.68 Time series irreversibility and entropy production in biological systems — •Samuel Salinas Almaguer and Matthias Weiss
17:30 BP 6.69 External forces on the cell membrane — •Kristian Blom and Aljaz Godec
17:30 BP 6.70 Thermodynamics of Active Droplets — •Jan Kirschbaum and David Zwicker
17:30 BP 6.71 Mechanisms of Permeation in Potassium Channels — •Maximilian Vossel and Bert de Groot
17:30 BP 6.72 Non-equilibrium dynamics of isostatic spring networks — •Benedikt Remlein, Federico Gnesotto, and Chase Broedersz
17:30 BP 6.73 Theory for active transport by DNA-relaying — •Christian Hanauer and Chase Broedersz
17:30 BP 6.74 Interacting active droplets — •Ajinkya Kulkarni and David Zwicker
17:30 BP 6.75 Investigation of Spatial Dynamics of an Evolutionary Food Web Model on Random Geometric Graphs — •Johannes Reinhard, Tobias Rogge, and Barbara Drossel
17:30 BP 6.76 Artificial intelligence in biological physics. — •Norbert Sadler
17:30 BP 6.77 Sequence selection of oligonucleotides under a ligation chain reaction — •Patrick Kudella and Dieter Braun
17:30 BP 6.78 Chlorophyll f in the cyanobacterium H. Hongdechloris — •Züleyha Yenice Campbell, Franz-Josef Schmitt, and Thomas Friedrich
17:30 BP 6.79 Quantifying non-equilibrium nuclear shape fluctuations — •Heidi Somsel, Federico Gnesotto, Chase P. Broedersz, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.80 Gel formation of self-interacting DNA strands — •Giacomo Bartolucci
17:30 BP 6.81 Statistical Physics of Binary Decisions in Physarum polycephalum — •Tanja Huxoll and Hans-Günther Döbereiner
17:30 BP 6.82 Probing mesoscopic dynamics in the developing Drosophila embryo using fluorescent carbon nanotubes — •Constantin Kohl, Zhiyi Lv, Jörg Großhans, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 6.83 DNA Denaturation Induced by Local Salt Fluctuations in a Microfluidic Water Cycle — •Alan Ianeselli and Dieter Braun
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