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Speakers



Elizabeth Bromley, University of Durham, United Kingdom
Conformational Switching as a Driving Force for Designed Motors

Philip Collins, University of California, Irvine, USA
Single Molecule Enzymology using Nanoelectronic Circuits

Robert Cross, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Tweaking the Kinesin-Tubulin Interface

Bianxiao Cui
, Stanford University, USA
Light-Mediated Motor Activities Control Cargo Distributions in Cells

Roberta Davies
, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Australia
Construction of a Synthetic Protein Machine using a Covalent Self-Assembly System

Stefan Diez
, TU Dresden, Germany
Application of Biomolecular Transport Systems for Optical Imaging

Amar Flood
, University of Indiana, USA
Artificial Molecular Switches and Motors

Margaret Gardel
, University of Chicago, USA
Mechanics and Design of Active Matter Constructed from Actomyosin

Jens Gundlach
, University of Washington, USA
Subangstrom Single-Molecule Measurements of Motor Proteins Using a Nanopore

Henry Hess
, Columbia University, USA
Engineering with Kinesin Motors

Shin’ichi Ishiwata
, Waseda University, Japan
Self-Organization of Active Cytoskeletal Networks in a Cell-Sized Confined Space

Lawrence Lee
, University of New South Wales, Australia
Artificial Synthesis of the Bacterial Flagellar Motor

Alf Månsson
, Kalmar University, Sweden
Chemomechanical Models for the Rational Design and Studies of Engineered Molecular Motors

Kiyoshi Mizuuchi
, NIDDK/NIH, USA
Bio-Cargo Transport/Positioning Systems Coupled to ATP-Driven Protein Gradient Generation

Dan Nicolau
, Jr., Molecular Sense, Ltd., United Kingdom
Doing Math with Autonomous Biological Agents

Hiroyuki Noji
, University of Tokyo, Japan
Robustness of Catalysis, Allostery, and Torque-Transmission of F1-ATPase

Lene Oddershede
, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark
Measuring Force and Viscoelasticity Inside Living Cells

Sivaraj Sivaramakrishnan
, University of Minnesota, USA
Cooperativity in Myosin Ensembles Revealed by DNA Nanotechnology Platforms

Andrew Turberfield, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Molecular Machinery from DNA

Kristen Verhey, University of Michigan, USA
Engineering Inhibitable Kinesin Motors

Andrej Vilfan
, J. Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Translational and Rotational Motion of Coupled Motor Proteins

Zhisong Wang
, NUS, Singapore
Biomimetic Nanowalkers: A Nano-Engineering Path to the General Science behind Motor Proteins