1-day meeting on
"Building Protein-Protein Interaction Networks in Heidelberg"
The Studio, Villa Bosch
June 20, 2002
The aim is to get scientists studying protein-protein interactions in
Heidelberg together to discuss what can be learnt about this topic with different
experimental and theoretical methods in an informal, workshop-like atmosphere. Techniques
to be discussed include: Mass spectrometry, yeast two-hybrid, NMR, X-ray crystallography,
phage display, peptide libraries, fluorescence imaging, in silico sequence-based and
There will be invited talks, round-table discussions and a poster session. The meeting will
start at 9.00am. The sessions will be followed by a dinner for all participants at the Schtzenhaus.
See the workshop poster.
Confirmed invited speakers include:
- Peer Bork, EMBL
- Stefan Dbel, Heidelberg University
- Felix Hoppe-Seyler, DKFZ
- Manfred Koegl, Lion Bioscience
- Gitte Neubauer, CellZome
- Michael Sattler, EMBL
- Irmi Sinning, Heidelberg University
Participants are invited to present posters. Abstracts for posters should be submitted
upon registration by May 31st 2002.
Poster boards will accommodate DIN A0 (ca. 85x120 cm, portrait) posters.
All participants are requested to complete a registration form
and submit it by May 31st 2002. The number of participants is limited to 90.
The registration fee is
A number of bursaries will be available for students.
How to get to the meeting
Directions to the Studio at Villa Bosch are here in German
and in English.
Parking space at Villa Bosch is limited and participants are encouraged
to take public transport, car pool, cycle, walk....We may also arrange shuttle buses. So that
we can assess demand, please indicate on your registration form
whether you would be interested in taking a shuttle bus to and from the meeting.
If you require overnight accommodation, you are encouraged to use the on-line booking facilities for
Razif Gabdoulline (European Media Laboratory)
Isabel Tomas Oliveira (European Molecular Biology Laboratory)
Molecular and Cellular Modeling
European Media Laboratory
Tel: +49 6221 533247
Fax: +49 6221 533298