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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 19: Poster VII

Dienstag, 17. März 2020, 14:00–16:00, P2/3OG

Computational Biophysics (BP 17.1 – BP 17.11); Protein Structure & Dynamics (BP 17.12 – BP 17.17); Single Molecule Biophysics (BP 17.18 – BP 17 .25); Statistical Physics of Biological Systems (BP 17.26 – BP 17.32)

14:00 BP 19.1 How to Pare a Pair: Topology Control and Pruning in Intertwined Complex Networks. — •Felix Kramer and Carl Modes
14:00 BP 19.2 Foamlike network of bundled semiflexible polymers — •Tobias A. Kampmann and Jan Kierfeld
14:00 BP 19.3 Morpheus: A user-friendly modeling and simulation framework for multicellular systemsJörn Starruß, Diego Jahn, Robert Müller, Walter de Back, Andreas Deutsch, and •Lutz Brusch
14:00 BP 19.4 Personalized numerical modeling for stent implantation in the aorta — •Dandan Ma, Yong Wang, Michael Steinmetz, and Martin Uecker
14:00 BP 19.5 AI Developer: a general tool for deep-learning image classification in life science and beyondMartin Kräter, Shada Abuhattum, Despina Soteriou, Jochen Guck, and •Maik Herbig
14:00 BP 19.6 Parallel Network-Based Biocomputation using molecular motors- Solving Exact cover — •Pradheebha Surendiran, Aseem Salhotra, Till Korten, Alf Månsson, and Heiner Linke
14:00 BP 19.7 Morphogenesis in Viscoelastic Tissues via Planar Deformations — •Abhijeet Krishna, Jana Fuhrmann, Joris Paijmans, Suzanne Eaton, Frank Jülicher, Natalie Dye, and Carl Modes
14:00 BP 19.8 mRNA secondary structure on cationic lipid membrane surfaces — •Mohd Ibrahim and Nadine Schwierz
14:00 BP 19.9 Uncertainty quantification for electromagnetic models of biological cells based on dielectric spectroscopy data — •Julius Zimmermann, Fukun Shi, Jürgen Kolb, and Ursula van Rienen
14:00 BP 19.10 Physical Analysis of One-Component Signalling in Bacteria — •Linda Martini and Ulrich Gerland
14:00 BP 19.11 Metaheuristic Optimization of Biomolecular Simulation Parameters — •Marie Weiel, Markus Götz, and Alexander Schug
14:00 BP 19.12 Markov Modeling of an Allosteric Transition — •Georg Diez, Daniel Nagel, Benjamin Lickert, and Gerhard Stock
14:00 BP 19.13 Finding Pathways of Markov State ModelsDaniel Nagel and •Gerhard Stock
14:00 BP 19.14 Quantitative analysis of protein binding curves — •Lukas Refisch and Clemens Kreutz
14:00 BP 19.15 Targeted Molecular Dynamics Calculations of Free Energy Profiles of Gramicidin A Using a Nonequilibrium Friction Correction — •Miriam Jäger, Gerhard Stock, and Steffen Wolf
14:00 BP 19.16 Optimizing aerodynamic-lens-stack geometries for nanoparticle injectionLena Worbs, •Jannik Lübke, Armando Estillore, Amit Kumar Samanta, and Jochen Küpper
14:00 BP 19.17 Domain Swapping in Crystallin Proteins Can Drive Early Stages of Cataract Formation — •Govardhan Reddy Patluri and Balaka Mondal
14:00 BP 19.18 High-yield fabrication of DNA and RNA constructs for single molecule force and torque spectroscopy experiments. — •Flavia Stal Papini, Mona Seifert, and David Dulin
14:00 BP 19.19 Temperature controlled high-throughput magnetic tweezers assay for viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerase study — •Mona Seifert, Pauline van Nies, Flávia Stal Papini, Jamie Arnold, Minna Poranen, Craig Cameron, Martin Depken, and David Dulin
14:00 BP 19.20 Probing Nucleosome Dynamics in Magnetic Tweezers — •Yi-Yun Lin, Willem Vanderlinden, Lori Van de Cauter, Tine Brouns, and Jan Lipfert
14:00 BP 19.21 Deep Learning for DNA Reads through 2D Solid-state Nanopores — •Angel Diaz Carral, Chandra Shekar Sarap, Ke Liu, Aleksandra Radenovic, Maria Fyta, and Elka Radoslavova
14:00 BP 19.22 Avidity of multivalent DNA binding to DNA origami — •Maximilian Voggenthaler, Ricarda Berger, Joachim Rädler, Ralf Jungmann, Florian Schüder, Alexander Auer, Eugene Petrov, and Tim Liedl
14:00 BP 19.23 In situ magnetic tweezers force calibration for all tether length — •Eugeniu Ostrofet, Flavia Stal-Papini, and David Dulin
14:00 BP 19.24 Optical tweezers and multimodality imaging: a platform for dynamic single-molecule analysis — •Ann Mukhortava, Baerbel Lorenz, Philipp Rauch, and Andrea Candelli
14:00 BP 19.25 A proof-of-principle set-up linking ion channel conformation and function by combining single-molecule FRET and single-channel recording — •Steven Vanuytsel, Christopher Parperis, and Mark Wallace
14:00 BP 19.26 Modeling meiotic chromosomes - random walk bridges in a confinement — •Tim Klingberg, Meng Wang, Xingyu Zhang, Hui-Shun Kuan, and Vasily Zaburdaev
14:00 BP 19.27 Bayesian gradient-sensing in the presence of noise — •Maja Novak and Benjamin M. Friedrich
14:00 BP 19.28 Pitfalls in statistical data analysis — •Thomas John and Christian Wagner
14:00 BP 19.29 Tracing non-equilibrium signatures in time series obtained from biological systems — •Samuel Salinas-Almaguer, Florian Rehfeldt, and Matthias Weiss
14:00 BP 19.30 Theory of Active Transport by DNA-relaying — •Christian Hanauer, Silke Bergeler, Erwin Frey, and Chase Broedersz
14:00 BP 19.31 Maximum entropy model for the spatial organization of the E. coli chromosome — •Lucas Tröger, Joris Messelink, and Chase Broedersz
14:00 BP 19.32 Reconciliation of controversial death pattern of starved cells — •Hamid Seyed-Allaei, Elena Biselli, Zara Gough, Felix Fleschhut, and Ulrich Gerland
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