4th FoE Day Human & Biotechnology October 2019

The 4th FoE Day of Human & Biotechnology brings together researchers from these two main disciplines as well as two keynote speakers.

Date: 28th October 2019
Venue: HS E3.1, Petersgasse 10-12

Tentative Schedule:

14:00 Welcome & Introduction
14:10 Ivana Drienovska (Institute of Molecular Biotechnology): Expanding the enzyme universe with unnatural amino acids
14:25 Theresa Rienmüller (Institute of Health Care Engineering): Light-controlled OrGanic semicOnductor implantS for improved regeneration after Traumatic Brain Injury -- First results
14:40 Erich Leitner (Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry): Food quality: analytical and safety considerations
14:55 Gerhard Sommer (Institute of Biomechanics): Biomechanical investigation of the human ventricular myocardium

15:10 Coffee Break & Posters

15:40 Gustav Oberdorfer (Institute of Biochemistry): Proteins made to order: computational design of alpha-helical barrels and pore-like assemblies with custom geometries
15:55 Stephan Spann (Institute of Medical Engineering): New Horizons for Arterial Spin Labelling – MRI Encoding Meets Information Technology
16:10 Robert Kourist (Institute of Molecular Biotechnology): Catalytic mechanisms and applications of oxidoreductases - the CATALOX PhD training network
16:25 Andreea Sburlea (Institute of Neural Engineering): Relating neural, muscle and kinematic representations of grasping with categorical models during movement execution and observation

16:40 Keynote: Florian Wiesinger: Silent, Zero TE MR imaging: Enlightening the Invisible

17:25 Keynote: Peter Seufer-Wasserthal (Chief Business Officer at Origenis GmbH; Germany): The best project and how to get there? Examples from products made by fermentation.


18:15 get together

Registration
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Please register using the doodle poll.

Indicate your participation to the FoE Day with a tick and also when you join for the get-together, please tick.

 

 

Date & Venue
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October 28th, 2019

1:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

HS E3.1, Petersgasse 10-12