The second COST-sponsored Arbre-Mobieu plenary meeting will take place on March 19-21, 2018 in the premises of the International Institute of Molecular end Cell Biology in Warsaw.
We would kindly like to invite you to join us in Warsaw and to participate to this pan-European meeting, that will start at 14:00 on March 19th and finish at 13:00 on March 21st.
Registration is free and, as an ARBRE-MOBIEU member, your travel and accommodation expenses will be covered according to COST budget rules: a flat rate of 80 euros per night + 4 x 20 euros (please note a small change) for meals not covered by the organizers, and an average travel reimbursement of 250 euros per participant.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!!!!
We also strongly encourage all of you (including students, core facility staff scientists and early career investigators) to submit an abstract for an oral or a poster presentation:
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS CLOSED!!!!
Confirmed keynote speakers:
- Toshio YANAGIDA
- Malgorzata LEKKA
- Jonathan B. CHAIRES
- Sandro KELLER
Proposed Scientific Committee:
Malgorzata Adamczyk, Isabel Alves, Margarida Bastos, Ramon Campos, Tina Daviter, Mauro Dalla Serra, Patrick England, Robert Gilbert, Thomas Jowitt, Stefan Knauer, Tomasz Kobiela, Adriana Miele, Wouter Roos, Timothy Sharpe, Frederico Silva, Krzysztof Skowronek, Roman Szczepanowski and Søren Vrønning Hoffmann.
The Local Organizing Team:
Małgorzata Adamczyk, Tomasz Kobiela, Krzysztof Skowronek, Roman Szczepanowski, Daria Goś, Agnieszka Potega, Ania Sobiepanek, Róża Szatkowska.
Do not hesitate to spread the news among colleagues close to you or all around Europe who are not yet ARBRE-MOBIEU members but whom you think would make a valuable contribution or would benefit from participating (the current members who have provided details concerning their activities are listed at https://arbre-mobieu.eu/network/ )
The scientific programme includes 4 scientific sessions focused on:
• Molecular interactions: energy, force and velocity
• In vivo phenomena observed from a physics angle: from cell to atom
• Quality control: from in vitro to in vivo and back
• Multi-approach and multidisciplinary studies
and 2 poster sessions.