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Dresden 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 31: Computational Biophysics (joint session BP/CPP)

Donnerstag, 19. März 2020, 09:30–13:00, SCH A251

09:30 BP 31.1 Effectiveness of Ca2+ clearance by PMCA pumps — •Barbara Schmidt, Cristina Constantin, Bernd Fakler, and Heiko Rieger
09:45 BP 31.2 Talin impacts force-induced vinculin activation by 'loosening' the vinculin inactive stateFlorian Franz and •Frauke Gräter
10:00 BP 31.3 Protein-ligand dynamics on multisecond timescales from sub-microsecond atomistic simulations — •Steffen Wolf, Benjamin Lickert, Simon Bray, and Gerhard Stock
10:15 BP 31.4 Active processes in cellular networks and comparison with viscoelastic models — •Joris Paijmans, Mandar Inamdar, and Frank Jülicher
10:30 BP 31.5 Morphology of spherical epithelial monolayers — •Aboutaleb Amiri, Carl Modes, and Frank Jülicher
10:45 BP 31.6 The role of thickness inhomogeneities in brain folding — •Lucas da Costa Campos, Svenja Caspers, Gerhard Gompper, and Jens Elgeti
  11:00 30 min. coffee break
11:30 BP 31.7 Hauptvortrag: Predicting Protein and RNA Structures via data inference: from Potts models to machine learning — •Alexander Schug
12:00 BP 31.8 A machine learning assessment of the two states model for lipid bilayer phase transitions — •Vivien Walter, Céline Ruscher, Olivier Benzerara, Carlos Marques, and Fabrice Thalmann
12:15 BP 31.9 Rational optimization of drug-membrane selectivity by computational screening — •Bernadette Mohr and Tristan Bereau
12:30 BP 31.10 Quantifying membrane curvature sensing — •Kai Steffen Stroh and Herre Jelger Risselada
12:45 BP 31.11 Load distribution among the main structures of a passively flexed lumbar spine — •Julia M. Riede, Falk Mörl, Michael Günther, Maria Hammer, and Syn Schmitt
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