February 4-6, 2009
Heidelberg, Germany


Abstract submission deadline is 15th of January, 2009

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 Aim and Scope 

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the state of the art in biophysical properties, function and interactions of chromatin fiber at different length and time scales. The aim is to bring together leaders in the field and younger scientists, to discuss informally how to push the boundaries of these aspects. Participants will include theoreticians and experimentalists. Speakers are encouraged to present work in progress and discuss speculative ideas. The program will include introductory lectures on essential theoretical aspects followed by talks on current research, discussion on critical issues and poster sessions.

 Invited Speakers 
  • Andy Andrews

Colorado, USA

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  • Thomas C. Bishop

New Orleans, USA

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  • Peter R. Cook

Oxford, England

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  • Dieter W. Heermann

Heidelberg, Germany

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  • Julien Mozziconacci

Paris, France / Cambridge, England

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  • John van Noort

Leiden, The Netherlands

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  • Karsten Rippe

Heidelberg, Germany

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  • Andrew Routh

Cambridge, England

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  • Helmut Schiessel

Leiden, The Netherlands

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  • Tamar Schlick

New York, USA

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  • Paul Wiggins

Cambridge MA, USA

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  • Kenichi Yoshikawa

Kyoto, Japan

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  • Jordanka Zlatanova

Wyoming, USA

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 Topics
  • chromatin structure
  • chromatin dynamics and function
  • interactions within chromatin fiber
  • multiscale modeling of chromatin

 Registration

Registration is closed!

The registration fee is 80 EUR; it covers conference material, lunch, refreshments and a conference dinner.


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