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 2 - Thursday 4 September

P2.01 Dynamics of two negatively coupled Fitz Hugh - Nagumo neurons
A Imanbayeva, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

P2.02 Accurately measuring the unbinding force of integrin-ligand interactions in effector T cells using optical tweezers
C McDonald, University of Dundee, UK

P2.03 Competition for space during bacterial colonisation of a surface
D Lloyd, University of Edinburgh, UK

P2.04 Using atomic force microscopy to show the interplay between cell wall mechanical properties and the cell cycle in Staphylococcus aureus
J K Hobbs, University of Sheffield, UK

P2.05 The role of optical projection on vesicle fluctuations
S A Rautu, University of Warwick, UK

P2.06 The role of compositional variation and underdamped mechanics near membrane inclusions
S A Rautu, University of Warwick, UK

P2.07 Probing swimming with holographic microscopy
L Wilson, University of York, UK

P2.08 Protein structure, motion and function: rigidity, flexibility and the physics of life
S Wells, University of Bath, UK

P2.09 How cells interact with two-dimensional and three-dimensional biomaterials
J Chen, Newcastle University, UK

P2.10 Atomic Force Microscopy imaging and characterization of tumour derived exosomes
P Parisse, INSTM - ST Unit, Italy

P2.11 Physico-chemical properties of functional DNA nanostructures on gold surfaces
P Parisse, INSTM - ST Unit, Italy

P2.12 The polymer physics of disordered protein assemblies – emergent structure and function
D Ando, University of California, USA

P2.13 An autonomous molecular assembler for programmable chemical synthesis and its development towards DNA-based ribosome
W Meng, University of Oxford, UK


Accelerating localisation microscopy
S Cox, King's College London, UK

P2.15 Optimising protein production rates
A Raguin, University of Aberdeen, UK

P2.16 Morphological analysis of epithelial tissues
S Kaliman, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

P2.17 Broken detailed balance: A tool for identifying non-equilibrium dynamics
C Battle, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

P2.18 Total three-dimensional imaging of stomatocytes using defocusing microscopy
P M S Roma, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

P2.19 Constrained geometric simulation of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
P-L Chau, Institut Pasteur, France

P2.20 Guiding the folding pathway of DNA origami
T E Ouldridge, University of Oxford, UK

P2.21 Modelling the interplay between protein and lipid aggregation in supported membranes
P Gonzalez de Prado Salas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

P2.22 Finite element modelling of skin on a cellular level
L Davies, University of Southampton, UK

P2.23 Transverse magneto-optic tweezers with nanoscale fluorescence imaging to visualize activities on single DNA molecules
J Zhou, University of York, UK

P2.24 Flagellar Synchronisation through direct hydrodynamic interactions
M Polin, University of Warwick, UK

P2.25 Memory improves precision of cell sensing in fluctuating environments
G Aquino, Imperial College London, UK

P2.26 DNA nanotubes with controlled chirality
A J Turberfield, University of Oxford, UK

P2.27 Tip-bubble plectonemes in supercoiled DNA: Coupled writhe and denaturation
C Matek, University of Oxford, UK

P2.28 Microfluidic cell- and nuclear-mechanics measurements using microconstrictions
G Whyte, FAU Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany

P2.29 Conjugate gradient SENSE using spriral and radial trajectory in MRI
M Tariq, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan

P2.30 Information transfer by leaky, heterogeneous, protein kinase signalling systems
M Voliotis, University of Bristol, UK

P2.31 Elastically coupled motor proteins
D Bhat, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India