19th June 2024 - 21st June 2024
Integrating Synthetic Biology and Single Molecule Biophysics: A Cross-Disciplinary Workshop for Advancing Biotechnological Applications
This workshop aims to develop breakthrough research ideas of synthetic biology by connecting experts in synthetic biology, single molecule techniques to bring synergy to both fields.
Join us at this cross-disciplinary workshop where the power of synthetic biology meets the precision of single-molecule biophysics. This unique event sparks discussions and fosters collaboration, unlocking a synergistic force for advancing both fields.
This three-day workshop will bring together leading scientists from synthetic biology and single-molecule biophysics, creating a dynamic platform to build synergies by sharing cutting-edge knowledge, exploring novel methodologies. We will delve into the power of synthetic biology, with a special focus on stochastic processes and biological heterogeneity. They will then explore the intricate world of single-molecule biophysics, where individual molecules are observed and manipulated to reveal fundamental biological processes.
The workshop will be hosted at the University of Surrey located in Guildford, a historic and vibrant county town of Surrey.
Rodrigo Ledesma Amaro, Imperial College London
Claudio Avignone Rossa, University of Surrey
Hiroki Ueda, University of Tokyo
John McCarthy, University of Warwick
Vahid Shahrezaei, Imperial College London
Yuval Elani, Imperial College London
Tomislav Plesa, University of Cambridge
Jong-Bong Lee, POSTECH
Inwha Baek, Kyung Hee University
Min Ju Shon, POSTECH
Won-Ki Cho, KAIST
Jung-Hyun Na, Sungshin Women's University
Jae-Hyung Jeon, POSTECH
Dr Wooli Bae, University of Surrey
Dr Cherlhyun Jeong, KIST, Korea
Professor Won-Ki Cho, KAIST, Korea
Registration details will be available soon.
Deadline for proposals: 14 April 2024
Notification of outcome: 30 April 2024