Please note that this programme is subject to change.

Wednesday 3 September  Thursday 4 September  Friday 5 September
Poster Session 1  Poster Session 2

Poster session 1 - Wednesday 3 September

P1.01  Imaging actions of antimicrobial peptides with NanoSIMS and AFM
H Jiang, University of Oxford, UK

P1.02 Mechanosensory hairs on bumble bees (Bombus terrestris) detect electric fields
G Sutton, University of Bristol, UK

P1.03 Bistable forespore engulfment in B. subtilis by a zipper mechanism in absence of the cell wall
N Ojkic, Imperial College London, UK

P1.04 Controlling magnetic nanoparticle formation on surfaces using biotemplating proteins and peptides
J M Galloway, University of Leeds, UK

P1.05 Raman spectroscopy studies of diagenesis in archaeological bones
R de Almeida Rocha Ponzoni, University of York, UK

P1.06 Invasion percolation mechanism drives actin gels to the critically connected
C F Lee, Imperial College London, UK

P1.07 Thermal breaking of a semi-flexible polymer: Breakage profile and rate
C F Lee, Imperial College London, UK

P1.08 THz charge oscillations and charge transfer in DNA dimers, trimers and polymers
C Simserides, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

P1.09 Predicting chemical environments from receptor signalling
G Micali, Imperial College London, UK

P1.10 Modelling auto-chemotactic motion of pseudomonas aeruginosa on surfaces
T Kranz, University of Oxford, UK

P1.11 Unlocking Raman spectra to date and characterise ancient shells
A L de Lima Ponzoni, University of York, UK

P1.12 Programmable energy landscapes for kinetic control
N E C Haley, University of Oxford, UK

P1.13 A reversible synthetic motor
A E Lucas, University of Oxford, UK

P1.14 Structure and dynamics of ER: minimal networks and biophysical constraints
C Lin, University of Exeter, UK

P1.15 Combined atomic force microscopy-polarized raman micro-spectroscopy for investigating the mechanical properties of peptide fibrils
F Sinjab, University of Nottingham, UK

P1.16 Application of magnetic torque on the bacterial flagellar motor
R Lim, University of Oxford, UK

P1.17 Robust balance of stochastic stem cell fate
P Greulich, University of Cambridge, UK

P1.18 Emerging social behaviour during aggregation in Dictyostelium discoideum
G De Palo, Imperial College London, UK

P1.19 An elastic analogy for an epithelial monolayer
R Vincent, University of Barcelona, Spain

P1.20 Shape reconstruction and height fluctuation of red blood cells using defocusing microscopy
L Gomes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

P1.21 Graphical user interface for advanced magnetic image reconstruction algorithms
A Raza, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan

P1.22 Uptake levelling in chemotactic bacteria measured by the Gini index
F J Peaudecerf, University of Cambridge, UK

P1.23 Observation of Snf1/Mig1 mediated signal transduction in Saccharomyces cerevisiæ with high speed single molecule microscopy
A Wollman, University of York, UK

P1.24 Studying DNA origami using a coarse-grained model of DNA
B Snodin, University of Oxford, UK

P1.25 Visualising Snf1/Mig1 signal transduction in Saccharomyces cerevisiæ using high-speed single-molecule 4D astigmatic fluorescence microscopy
E Hedlund, University of York, UK

P1.26 Exploration of characteristics affecting the precision of single-molecule localisation using optical vortex beams
R Nudd, University of York, UK

P1.27 Fitness tradeoffs for aggregate formation in biofilm-forming bacteria
G Melaugh, University of Edinburgh, UK

P1.28 On the mechanism of durotaxis in motile cells
M Riaz, University of Mons, Belgium

P1.29 Toxicity of Ag nanoparticle and induction of an inflammatory response in the GI tract and mediation of this toxicity by associated bio-fluid components
A Murphy, Focas Institute Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

P1.30 Compressed Sensing in MRI for arbitrary k-space trajectories
J Muhammad, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan

P1.31 Evolutionary stochastic dynamics of speciation and a simple biophysical model of protein binding DNA
B S Khatri, National Institute for Medical Research, UK