Bacterial Networks (bacnet15), 9-14 May 2015, San Feliu de Guixols, SpainBacterial Networks (bacnet15), 9-14 May 2015, San Feliu de Guixols, Spain

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    Chair & Co-chairs

    Chair: Prof. Victor Sourjik, Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE

    Co-chair: Prof. Vorholt Julia, ETH Zürich, CH

     

     

     

    Victor Sourjik
    Julia Vorholt

    Invited speakers and talks will include:

    Martin Ackermann, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Uri Alon
    , Weizmann Institute, Israel
    Judy Armitage, Oxford University, UK

    Anke Becker,  Universität Marburg, Germany
    Ruth Carballido-Lopez, INRA, France
    Tal Dagan, Universität Kiel, Germany
    Victor de Lorenzo, CSIC, Spain
    Jeff Errington, Newcastle University, UK
    Isabel Gordo, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Portugal
    Eduardo Groisman, Yale University, US
    Matthias Heinemann, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
    Regine Hengge, Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany
    KC Huang, Stanford University, US
    Christine Jacobs-Wagner, Yale University, US
    Urs Jenal, Biozentrum Basel, Switzerland
    Kirsten Jung, LMU Munich, Germany
    Oscar Kuipers, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
    Joachim Schummer, Karlsruhe, Germany
    Lotte Sogaard-Andersen,  MPI Marburg, Germany
    NataliaTschowri, Humboldt Universität Berlin 
    Athanasios Typas, EMBL, Germany
    Ned S. Wingreen, Princeton University, US
    Pinar Yoldas, Duke University, US

    Ackermann Martin

    Lecture title: A functional perspective on bacterial individuality

    ETH Zurich, Switzerland

    Alon Uri

    Lecture title: TBD

    Weizmann Institute, Israel

    Armitage Judy

    Lecture title: In vivo analysis of the structure of the flagellar motor and T3SS

    Oxford University, UK

    Becker Anke

    Lecture title: New approaches towards engineering of alpha-rhizobial genomes

    Loewe Centre for Synthetic Microbiology, DE

    Carballido-Lopez Ruth

    Lecture title: Contrasting mechanism of growth in two model rod-shaped bacteria

    INRA, FR

    Dagan Tal

    Lecture title: Phylogenomic transduction networks reveal genetic barriers for phage-mediated lateral gene transfer.

    Universität Kiel, DE

    De Lorenzo Victor

    Lecture title: How metabolism fuels environmental stress tolerance of soil bacteria

    CSIC, Spain

    Errington Jeff

    Lecture title: Cell wall deficient (L-form) E. coli and their curious derivatives

    Newcastle University, UK

    Gordo Isabel

    Lecture title: Commensal-to-pathogen transition in Escherichia coli

    Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Portugal

    Groisman Eduardo

    Lecture title: Differential Control of Bacterial Gene Expression

    Yale University, US

    Heinemann Matthias

    Lecture title: Responsive diversification in E. coli central metabolism

    Groningen University, The Netherlands

    Hengge Regine

    Lecture title: Control of E. coli biofilm architecture by a complex c-di-GMP signaling network

    Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany

    Huang KC

    Lecture title: Systems biophysics of bacterial cell growth

    Standford University, US

    Jacobs-Wagner Christine

    Lecture title: How do bacteria partition their cellular content?

    Yale University, US

    Jenal Urs

    Lecture title: Generating robust lifestyle transitions by coupling enzyme activity to transcription control

    Biozentrum, Switzerland

    Jung Kirsten

    Lecture title: New insights into translation elongation factor P and its relation to stress response

    LMU Munich, Germany

    Kuipers Oscar

    Lecture title: Posttranslationally hyper-modified peptides as novel antibiotics

    Groningen University, Netherland

    Ravel Jacques

    Lecture title: The multi facets of the vaginal microbiome in health and disease

    Groningen University, Netherland

    Schummer Joachim (Sponsored by the Schering Foundation)

    Lecture title: Types of Visualization in Science and the Epistemological Limits of Microscopic Images

    Karlsruhe, Germany 

    Sogaard-Andersen Lotte

    Lecture title: Regulation of celle division in bacteria

    MPI Marburg, Germany

    Tschowri Natalia

    Lecture title: The role of cyclic di-GMP in Streptomyces development

    Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany

    Typas Athanasios

    Lecture title: From high-throughput approaches to molecular mechanism

    EMBL, Germany

    Wingreen Ned S.

    Lecture title: Why so many feedbacks in quorum sensing? - Optimizing information about cell density

    Princeton University, US

    Yoldas Pinar (Sponsored by the Schering Foundation)

    Lecture title:Art within Science: A Speculative Biological Approach 

    Duke University, US

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