BioComplexity  Wednesday Meetings and Special Lectures 2003-2009

2009

Date
Person
Affiliation
Title
9/12
Hassan Aref
Virginia Tech
Lagrangian dynamics of fluid flows
27/11
Derek Stein
Brown University
Electro-fluidic Control in Nanopores and Nanofluidics
25/11
Silja Heilmann
NBI
TBA
18/11
Jayson Paulose
Harvard
A sequential adsorption model of microfiber clustering
11/11
D. Nelson / R. Benzi

Complex Non-Equilibrium Systems (small workshop)
4/11
Istvan Daruka
Eotvos University
What can we learn from the starlings?
28/11
Sandeep Krishna
NBI
It was Prof. Sneppen, in the library, with a lead pipe: deception and honesty in information games
21/10
Philip Gerlee
NBI
Evolving homeostatic tissue using genetic algorithms
14/10
Melanie Mueller
Max Planck Institut, Potsdam
Intracellular cargo transport: Molecular motors playing tug-of-war
7/10
Kristian Lindgren
Chalmers University
On the equivalence between stochastic baker's maps and two-dimensional spin systems
30/9
Pia Cordsen
NBI
Symbolic dynamics of small ecological networks
9/9
Benedicte Mengel
NBI
Stripping Transcription-Factor off DNA
4/9
Takashi Shimada
Tokio University
Swimming in Sand
2/9
Steen Rasmussen
University of Southern Denmark
Assembly of minimal living systems
27/8
David Rand
Warwick University
Dynamic Phenomena in the NF-kB Genetic Network
26/8
Vishal Sood
NBIA
The Methuelan branching process: a process with history dependent branching ratio
12/8
Simon Noerrelykke
Princeton University
Foraging Strategies for Starving and Feeding Amoeba
24/6
Heike Boehm
Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart
Micromechanical Properties and Structure of the Pericellular Coat of Living Cells Modulated by Nanopatterned Substrates
17/6
Daniel Otzen
Aarhus University
Pathological and functional amyloid: two sides of the same coin?
8/6
Jens Otte
University of Heidelberg
Spatio-temporal pattern of CYP1-activity in distinct stages of zebrafish development
3/6
Siddharth Ramachandran
DTU
Non-zero-order light: Beams that can do what a Gaussian cannot
15/4
Sara Solla
Northwestern University, Chicago
Dynamics of Neural Networks with Complex Connectivity
1/4
Thomas Guhr
University of Duisburg-Essen
Credit Risk - a Structural Model with Jumps and Correlations
25/3
Soeren Tvorup Christensen
KU
Cellular GPS systems in oyr body - primary cilia do the trick
11/3
Sine L. Svenningsen
KU
Small RNAs and feedback control in bacterial cell-to-cell communication
4/2
Stefan Bornholdt
University of Bremen
Boolean models of cellular regulation
25/2
Vishal Sood
NBI
A Methuselan branching process - a model for the emergence of new things from old
18/2
Massimo Cencini
CNR-ISC Rome, Italy
Species-area relationships and the multi-type voter model
11/2
Stanley Brown
KU
Genetic analyses of carbon nanotubes
14/1
Steen Pedersen
KU
Model for mRNA breakdown

2008
 
Date Person Affiliation Title
3/12
Marit Sletmoen
NBI
Studies of interactions between single pairs of biomacromolecules using dynamic force spectroscopy
26/11
Thomas Heimburg
NBI
Permeability and lipid ion channels
19/11
Andrei Ludu
Antwerp University
Nonlinear swimming mechanisms in axonemal cells
12/11
Robert Deegan
Michigan University
Seed ejection in Impatiens Glandilufera
29/10
Yasser Roudi
NORDITA
Pairwise models: how useful they are in describing the statistics of spike trains?
23/10
Thursday
Nils A. Baas
Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU, Trondheim
What is a higher order structure?
9/10
Thursday
14:00
Alberto Imparato
Århus University
Manipulation of biopolymers: models and experiments
8/10
Magnus Andersson
Physics Department, Umeå
Pulling the hair of bacteria - In the fight against antibiotic resistance
1/10
Philip Gerlee
NBI
Artificial Life and the Evolution of a Digital Metabolism
24/9
Raul Donangelo
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and School of Engineering, Montevideo
Early warnings of catastrophic changes in ecological systems
17/9
Edgar Villagran Vargas
NBI
Solitons in DNA
10/9
Nader Reihani
IASBS
How to make a high-efficient Optical Tweezers for nanoparticle trapping
3/9
Ry Young
Texas A. and M. University
Fatal wound: regulation of the phage lambda S hole
28/8
Thursday
Adi Bulsara
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego
Noise in biological systems
27/8
Bartlomiej Dybiec
Jagellonian University, Krakow
Transport in a Levy ratchet
11/6
Michel Orrit
Leiden University
Optical and Acoustic Probing of Single Gold Nanoparticles
27/5
Ivan Mijakovic
DTU
Protein phosphorylation on Ser/Thr/Tyrosine in bacteria: from 2D gels to high-throughput quantitative phosphoproteomics
21/5
Matthias Schneider
University of Augsburg
Transitions in Biology. From Self organized Blood Clotting (human microfluidics) and Phase Transitions in Soft Shells
13/5
Jeroen Van Zon
Imperial College, London
How bacteria keep time and know head from tail
30/4
Gur Yaari
ISI Foundation, Torino, Italy
Environmental variability and persistence of victim-exploiter meta-populations
23/4
Emmanuel Villermaux
IRPHE, Marseille
Instinct and Motion
9/4
Silja Heilmann
KU
Highlights of the Ein-Gedi meeting
27/2
Simone Pigolotti
Niels Bohr International Academy
Pattern formation in competition models
20/2
Jesper Ferkinghoff-Borg
Øersted.DTU
Probabilistic models of protein structures
30/1
Søren Peter Olesen
Panum Institute
Potassium ion channels and their role in heart arrhythmias


2007

Date
Person
Affiliation
Title
3/12
Monday 13:00
Rumiana Dimova
Max Planck Institute, Golm
Fusion of model lipid membranes: timescales and some applications
3/12
Monday 14:00
Ralf Metzler
Technical University of Munich
When Nature goes beyond the central limit theorem: From gene control to animal foraging
30/11
Friday
Special Lecture
Leo P. Kadanoff
University of Chicago
Excellence in Computing - with applications to Astrophysics
21/11
Yumino Hayase
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz
Dynamics of non-equilibrium systems
14/11
Genevieve Thon
Dept. of Molecular Biology, University of Copenhagen
Histone modifications and epigenetic effects in fission yeast
7/11
Hakim Khouani
Niels Bohr Institute
Time Delays in Oscillatory Modules of Genetic Networks
31/10
Stanley Brown
Dept. of Molecular Biology, University of Copenhagen
Genetics and carbon nanotubes
24/10
Sebastian Bernhardsson
University of Umeå One Hub-One Process: A Tool Based View on Regulatory Network Topology
22/10
Monday12:00
Lunch seminar
Henrik Jeldtoft Jensen
Department of Mathematics and Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London
Emergence of Network Structure in Models of Collective Evolution and Evolutionary Dynamics
3/10
Peder F. Møller
Laboratoire de Physique Statistique,
Ecole Normale Supérieure
Understanding shear banding under homogeneous shear stress; a negative viscosity effect
26/9
Eigil Kaas
Earth and Planetary Physics, Niels Bohr Institute
Mechanisms responsible for the climate evolution during the last 100 years
12/9
Julia Sedlmair
Gaub group, Munich
Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy on Double Stranded DNA - Effects of External and Internal Modifications
5/9
Hiizu Nakanishi
Kyushu University
Anomalous fluctuation in action of molecular motor
28/8
Tuesday 13:15
Ralf Metzler
Technical University of Munich
Stochastic search in gene regulation in and ex vivo: Levy flights and weak ergodicity breaking
15/8
Alex Nicolin
Niels Bohr Institute
Mathieu's equation revisited
8/8
Jerry P. Gollub
Physics Department, Haverford College
Novel Characterization of Complex Fluid Flow Patterns: Curvature and Stretching Fields
28/6
Thursday
Konrad Kaufmann

The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Paradoxon revisited
27/6
Jacob Sparre Andersen
Tofta Teld
Systematic binding variations on cDNA microarrays
20/6
Heiko Seeger
NanoBioLab, National Center of CNR-INFM, Modena, Italy
Does a relation between ion channel function and lipid domain formation exist?
19/6 Aud. A
Tuesday 11:00
Special Lecture
Juan Pérez-Mercader
Center for Astrobiology, Madrid
Evolution of Life in the Universe
13/6
Fabian Czerwinski
University of Heidelberg
Sequence-specific topological changes of single DNA molecules by Human Topoisomerase I in the presence of chemotherapeutic drugs
6/6
Hans Fogedby
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University
DNA bubble dynamics as a quantum Coulomb problem
4/6 Aud. A
Monday 14:30
Special Lecture
David R. Nelson
Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University
Neutral Mutations and Gene Surfing in Microorganisms
30/5
Charlotte Bruun
Dept. of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Aalborg University
The Economy as a Complex Adaptive System - A Schumpetarian Example
23/5
Christine Selhuber-Unkel
Niels Bohr Institute
Switching the mode - a quantitative analysis of cells on micro- and nanostructured substrates
16/5
Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen
Danish Meteorological Institute
On climate models and their application in climate research
14/5 Aud. A
Monday 14:30
Special Lecture
Arnold J. Levine
Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton
The interaction of genes and the environment
9/5
Jim Wallace
University of Washington
"Virtual" Functional Genomics: Custom Microarrays and Other Bioinformatics Applications
2/5
Sergei Maslov
Dept. of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY
Propagation of large concentration changes in reversible protein binding networks
25/4
Bartlomiej Dybiec
Jagellonian University, Krakow, Poland
Epidemics spread: role of long-range and random interactions
28/3
(a) Lykke Pedersen
(b) Ginestra Bianconi
Niels Bohr Institute
ICTP, Trieste
Cell motility
Statistical and statistical mechanics method for the study of metabolic networks
21/3
Alexander Rohrbach
Univ. of Freiburg
Optical control in soft matter systems
7/3
Alex Nicolin
Niels Bohr Institute
Universal mode-locking in Bose-Einstein condensates
28/2
Jens C. Rekling
Dept. Neuroscience and Pharmacology, KU
Studies of a brainstem microcircuit: generation of respiratory rhythm
21/2
Margit Pedersen
Biocentrum, DTU
Temperate phage in cheese
15/2
Thursday
Stefano Allesina
Dept. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Univ. Michigan
The structure of ecological networks
7/2
Ala Trusina
Dept. Biopharmaceutical Science, UCSF
When slow is fast: the unfolded protein response in yeast and mammals
24/1
Henrik Svensmark
Danish Space Research Institute
Influence of cosmic rays on Earth's climate

2006
 
Date Person Affiliation Title
13/12
Rune W. Berg
MFI Panum Institute
"Irregular firing in motoneurons is caused by rapid fluctuations in
synaptic input."
6/12
Robert S. Cantor
Dept. Chemistry, Dartmouth College and
MEMPHYS
General anesthesia and synaptic neurotransmission:  complex responses from simple stimuli
29/11
John Hertz
Nordita/NBI
Firing Correlations in the Cortex
23/11
Leo Kadanoff
Univ. of Chicago
On stochastic Loewner evolution
22/11
Hans Fogedby
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Aarhus
Introduction to Loewner dynamics
15/11
Sune Lehmann
IMM DTU
Measures  and mismeasures of scientific excellence
8/11
Kåre H. Jensen
NBI
Artificial trees: Osmotically driven sugar transport
25/10
Jacob Bock Axelsen
Weizmann Institute of Science
Degree Landscapes of Scalefree Networks.
11/10
Anna Andersson
NBI
A brief overview of methods of flux analyis on metabolic networks
4/10
Liselotte Jauffred
Niels Bohr Institute
Viscoelastic Bacterial Tethers
27/7
Thomas Hamelryck
Bioinformatics, KU
Graphical models and directional statistics capture protein structure.
20/9
Marianne Ellegård
Flemming Ekelund
Biol. Inst.
Diversity and species of microbiel eukaryote systems
13/9
Namiko Mitarai
Niels Bohr Institute (visitor)
Rheology of Dense Granular Flow:
Bagnold Scaling and Kinetic Theory Analysis"
28/6
Marcela Gilca
Politehnica University of Bucharest
Magnetic field computations in nonlinear media
16/6
Felix Ritort
University of Barcelona
Force kinetics in RNA folding
8/6
 Michael Laessig
Department of Physics,University of Cologne
Towards a nonequilibrium theory of genome evolution
7/6
Søren Brunak Center for Biological Sequence Analysis
BioCentrum-DTU
Temporal interactomes for biological systems.
31/5
Martin Howard
Dept. of Mathematics, Imperial College London
Finding the Center Reliably:
Robust Patterns of Developmental Gene Expression
24/5
Alexander Mitin DIKU, Univ. of Copenhagen The analytical solution of the Schrödinger equation in Born-Oppenheimer approximation for H2+ ion,
quasiatoms in molecules, and principles of the quantum mechanics
3/5
Bjarne Andresen
Ørsted Laboratory, Univ. of Copenhagen
Tools of finite time thermodynamics -
in particular thermodynamic geometry.
26/4
Peter Ditlevsen
Niels Bohr Institute
The still unsolved problem of ice ages.
19/4
Clive Ellegaard
Niels Bohr Institute
Mind over Matter ?
12/4


Easter holiday
5/4


Cancelled
31/3
Ian Dodd
University of Adelaide, Australia
Visiting Niels Bohr Institute
Modelling gene regulation with bacteriophages, Part III
24/3
Sui Huang
Harvard Medical School, Boston
Multistable and multistep dynamics in neutrophil differentiation
22/3
Ian Dodd
University of Adelaide, Australia
Visiting Niels Bohr Institute
Modelling gene regulation with bacteriophages, Part II
15/3
Simone Pigolotti
Niels Bohr Institute
The neutral theory of biodiversity
8/3
Ian Dodd
University of Adelaide, Australia
Visiting Niels Bohr Institute
Modelling gene regulation with bacteriophages, Part I
22/2
Eli Barkai
Bar Ilan University
Photon statistics in single molecule experiments
15/2
Mette Høst
Artist in residence at Niels Bohr Institute
to be announced
10/2
Dimitris Stamou
Bio-Nanotechnology Lab., Nano-Science Center
Univ. of Copenhagen
Lipid membrane nanotechnology
8/2
Heiko Seeger
Niels Bohr Institute
Kinetics of domain formation processes
in lipid membranes
1/2
Isaac Klapper
Dept. Math. Sciences, Montana State Univ.
Biofilms as Materials
27/1
Konrad Kaufmann
Max Planck Inst., Biophys Dep.
The Solution of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Paradoxon,
with three experiments.
25/1
Thomas Heimburg
Niels Bohr institute
Theory of general Anesthesia
20/1
Konrad Kaufmann
Max Planck Inst., Biophys Dep.
The Principle of Least Action and its application
to Physics and Bioscience.
18/1
Hans Fogedby
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Aarhus

Local Growth modes, dynamic textures, and upper
critical dimension for the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation
in the weak noise limit
11/1
Prabodh Shukla
North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India.
Excursions in random fields


2005
 
Date Person Affiliation Title
14/12
Anders Johansen
Niels Bohr Institute
Inverse statistics: Symmetry in Stocks / asymmetry in markets
7/12
Mads Madsen
Dep. Medical Biochemistry and Genetics,
Panum NMR Centre
Modelling metabolism
30/11
Andrea Amatori
Niels Bohr Institute and Univ. of Milano, Phys. Dep.

to be announced
23/11
Anna Andersson
Niels Bohr Institute
Network entropy based on signalling
16/11
Szabolc Semsey
Niels Bohr Institute
(Visitor)
Transcription in the gal regulon
9/11
2005
Thomas Callisen
Novozymes Research & Development
Modulation of the interfacial behavior of a lipase by surface
hydrophobicity and surfactants
2/11
2005
Jakob Kisbye Dreyer
Phys. Chem, Center for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lund University
"Spreading dynamics of functionalized soft polymer particles on solid surfaces"
26/10
2005
Per Grove Thomsen
DTU, IMM
"Stiff ODE's and how to cope with them."
19/10
2005
-
-
Autumn holiday
12/10
Sune Danø
Dep. Medical Biochemistry and Genetics,
Panum NMR Centre
"Determining the mechanisms of glycolytic oscillations"
5/10
2005
-
-
No seminar due to teacher meeting
28/9
2005
Ulrich Quaade
 Center for individual nanoparticle functionality (CINF)
NanoDTU, Department of Physics, DTU
"Towards an ammonia mediated hydrogen society
- including the hydrogen pill"
21/9
2005
Sandeep Krishna
NBI
"Spiky Oscillations in NF-kB signalling"
14/9
2005
Rainer Böckmann
Theoretical & Computational Membrane Biology, Center for Bioinformatics, Saar Universität des Saarlandes
"Nanodynamics of Membrane Proteins and their Environment studied by Molecular Dynamics Simulations"
7/9
2005
Jacob Bock Axelsen
Jesper Ferkinghoff-Borg
BioComplexity group, NBI
"Two ways of getting anti-hierachy in Complex Networks"
"Scale Free Cluster Distributions from Conserving Merging-Fragmentation Processes"
31/8
2005
Peter Vermann
(host: M.H. Jensen)
Portland State University
"Flocking of animals"
6/7
2005
Jonas Tegenfeldt
(host: R. Metzler)
LTH Lund
"Stretching single DNA in nano-channels."
22/6
2005
Matthias Schneider
(host: Thomas Heimburg)
University of Augsburg
"Flat Microfluidics to Mimick Protein-Cell Interaction: Hydrodynamically Activated Proteins"
15/6
2005
Mia Trolle Borup
Niels Bohr Institute
"Hjemmeside for BioComplexitets-gruppen" and
"Genotype Phenotype Relations"
1/6
2005
Scot Kuo
(host: K. B.-Sørensen)
John Hopkins University
Cellular microrheology
25/5
2005
Zdenek Lansky
Optical Tweezers Group, NBI,
visiting phd-student from Pragh Univ.
"Topology of cell division - an effect of surface tension?"
18/5
2005
Kresten L.-Larsen
Dept. of Biochemistry
August Krogh, KU
"A direct combination of experiment and simulation to study the structure and dynamics of proteins"
11/5
2005
Michael Rudolph

On noise-analysis in neural networks
4/5
2005
Fridolin Okkels
DTU, MIC
Topology optimization
27/4
2005
Camilla Rygaard-Hjalsted
Betina Dam Sørensen
Kommunikationskontoret
NBI
"Samarbejde mellem NBI-forskere og
kommunikationskontoret 2005"
20/4
2005


Cancelled
13/4
2005
Henrik Bruus
DTU, MIC
"Microfluidics theory and simulation at MIC"
6/4
2005


Cancelled
30/3
2005
Steve Strogatz
Cornell University
"Chimera states for coupled oscillators"
9/3
2005
Daniel Abrams
Cornell University
"Modelling Language Death"
2/3
2005
Thomas Bohr, Kim Sneppen,
Peter Ditlevsen
Dep. of Physics, DTU ; Niels Bohr Inst.;
Niels Bohr Inst, Dep. of Geophysics
Mini-Symposium for Mogens H. Jensen in celebration of his
50 years birthday.
23/2
2005
Stanley Brown
Mol. Biol. Institute,
University of Copenhagen
""
16/2
2005
Rob Delotto
Mol. Biol. Institute,
University of Copenhagen
"Dynamic formation of a developmental gradient"
9/2
2005
Steve Strogatz
Cornell University
"Synchronization in Nature"
2/2
2005
Kaare Brandt Petersen
DSP/IMM, DTU
"Independent component analysis and related models"
26/1
2005
Christoffer Johansson
Dept. Theoretical Ecology,
Lund University
"Animal propulsion in fluids"
19/1
2005
Eli Barkai
(host R. Metzler)
Bar-Ilan University
"Stochastic non-ergodicity: from blinking quantum dots to anomalous diffusion in polymer networks."

12/1
2005
Nader Reihani
Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan, Iran
"Stretching DNA and RNA using optical tweezers"
5/1
2005
Anders Andersen
Cornell University, Dept. of Theoretical
and Applied Mathematics
"Aerodynamics of Fluttering and Tumbling Cards"


2004

 
Date Person Affiliation Title
15/12
2004
Thomas Heimburg and
Andrew Jackson
NBI
"Soliton propagation in nerves"
8/12
2004
Prof. Ian-Max Møller
Risø
"Free and bound NAD(P)H in biological systems"
1/12
2004
Henrik Flyvbjerg
Risø (Plant Research and Danish Polymer Centre)
"Cell motility as persistent random walks:
 theories from experiments"
24/11
2004
Sandeep Krishna
NBI
"Noise in gene expressions."
17/11
2004

NBI, SDU,  AAC
BioNET introductory meeting
3/11
2004
Henrik Jönsson
University of Lund
"Modeling and in vivo live imaging of the Arabidopsis shoot apical meristem"
20/10
2004
Sune Lehmann
DSP/IMM
Technical University of Denmark
"Life, Death, and Bayesian Statistics:
A networked perspective."
6/10
2004
Prof. dr. Dink Helbing
Dresden Univ. of Technology
"Traffic in Complex Systems"
29/9
2004
Jakob Kisbye Dreyer
Niels Bohr Institute
"The statistical mechanics of jump-to-contact measurements"
22/9
2004
Ala Trusina
Niels Bohr Institute
*Hide and Seek in Complex Networks
15/9
2004
Ken Haste Andersen
Danish Institute for Fisheries Research Dept. of Marine Fisheries
"Life history choices of fish"
8/9
2004
Tatsuo Shibata
Hiroshima University,
Pept. Mach. and Life Sciences
"Noisy signal amplification in ultrasensitive signal transduction
network"
27/8
2004
Djenan Ganic
Victoria University, Australia
"Vectorial diffraction model for optical tweezers, characterization"
9/6
2004
Tim Halpin-Healy
Barnard College,
Univ. of Columbia
"The Dynamics of Conformity & Dissent"
2/6
2004
Konrad Kaufmann
Univ. of Göttingen
"On the Physical Origin of Catalysis"
26/5
2004
 Frederick MacKintosh Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam "Elastic regimes and nonlinear response of cytoskeletal networks"
19/5
2004
Ester Yr
Dept. Mol. Cell Biol.,
Univ. of Copenhagen
"The Harmony of Proteins"
12/5
2004
Axel Brandenburg
Nordita
"Homochirality as a result of competitive polymerization"
5/5
2004
Thomas Møller Hansen and Nader Reihani Molecular Biology, Univ. of Copenhagen "RNA pseudoknots"
(host: Lene Oddershede)
28/4
2004
Leonid Mirny
Harvard Univ.
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21/4
2004
Jesper Lykke Jacobsen Universite of Paris-Sud, Orsay
"Enumerating knots and coloured links"
14/4
2004
Ulrich Gerland
 Ludwig Maximilians Universitaet, Munich.
"Statistical physics of molecular information processing in gene
regulation"
31/3
2004
Kasper Astrup Eriksen Lund university "Localization of  DNA damage by charge-exchanging repair Enzymes:
effects of cooperativity on detection time"
24/3
2004
Sandipan Mohanty Lund Univ.  "Simulating peptide aggregation".
17/3
2004
Martin Nilsson Nordita "Hierarchical structures in smooth dynamical systems"
10/3
2004
Aishad Kudrolli
Lloyd Demitri
Clark University
Harvard University
"Granular Materials: Shake Rattle and Roll"
"The evolution of robustness and Flexibility in metabolic networks : an entropic principle .
3/3
2004
Kim Sneppen Nordita/NBI "Genetic Regulation and colliding RNA polymerazes"
25/2
2004
prof. Kenji Ema  Tokio Univ.  "AC nanocalorimetry" 
(Rev. Sci. Instrum. Vol. 74, 4164 (2003))
18/2
2004
Rune Berg Panum Inst. "Real Neuronal Networks: Where to start?"
11/2
2004
cancelled - -
4/2
2004
Jakob Bock Niels Bohr Institute 'Regulatory Networks: Translation Control in 
The Unfolded Protein Response'
28/1
2004
Jerker Widengren 
Konstantin Klemm
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden 
Univ. of Leipzig
"Single molecule fluorescence energy transfer" 
"Transmission delay in regulation networks"
21/1
2004
Joe Wakeling Nbi & Fribourg Univ.  "Self-organized Criticality in Neural Systems"
14/1
2004
Alex Evilevitch UCLA "Osmotic Force Suppression of Viral Injection"

2003
 
Date Person Affiliation Title
17/12
2003
Henrik Flyvbjerg Plantebiologi & Dansk Polymer Center 
RISØ
"A man-made nano-pore ion pump: Why it works"
10/12
2003
Kirstine 
Berg-Sørensen
NBI, 
Københavns Univ.
"Where did the power go when it got lost ?" or 
"How to unravel the secrets of semi-conductor 
diodes from optical tweezers data"
03/12
2003
Martin Nilsson Nordita
26/11
2003
Amy Rowat MEMPHYS 
Syddansk Univ.
Playing with biology's building blocks: 
the physics behind lipidated protein-membrane interactions 
19/11
2003
Heiko Seeger NBI and MPI for 
Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen
"Diffusion in a two Component Lipid System: 
A Monte Carlo Study."
12/11
2003
Panayotis Benetatos Hahn Meitner Inst., 
Berlin
"Some Analytic Results on Semiflexible Polymers: 
The Depinning Transition and the Response 
to a Uniform field."
05/11
2003
Keith Mertens DTU and 
Univ. of New Mexico
"Braiding Patterns on an Inclined Plane"
29/10
2003
Tobias Ambjornsson Nordita "DNA Transport through Cell Membranes"
22/10
2003
Poul Martin Hansen NBI 
Københavns Univ.
"Colloid-Wall Interactions studid with 
Video Microscopy and Optical Tweezers"
15/10
2003
Ramin Golestanian Inst. for Adv. Studies 
in Basic Sciences, 
Zanjan, Iran
"Bending and Twisting of a Double Helix"
8/10
2003
Kasper Erikson 
Morten Krogh
Lunds Univ. "Correlations between Transcription 
Factors in the Cell"