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Keynote Lecture I

08:50 - 09:55

Chair: Ralf Richter, CIC biomaGUNE

Alain BRISSON, UMR-CBMN CNRS-Université Bordeaux 1, FR
A 25-year long journey with Annexin-A5: from structure to membrane repair and applications in disease detection

Session I - Engineering biointerfaces

09:55 - 10:30

Chair - Catherine Picart, Grenoble INP, FR

09:55 –10:30 Janos VÖRÖS, ETH Zürich, CH
Controlling the biointerface using potentials and currents

10:00 - 11:30 Coffee break

(Continued) Session I - Engineering biointerfaces

11:00 - 12:30

Chair - Catherine Picart, Grenoble INP, FR

11:00 –11:55  Jason BURDICK, University of Pennsylvania, US
Hydrogel Interfaces to Control Stem Cell Interactions

11:55 –12:30 
Karine GLINEL, Université Catholique de Louvain, BE
Surfaces Engineered at the Nano/Micrometer Scale to Control Bacterial and Mammalian Cell Behaviors

12:30 Lunch and Free Time

15:45 - 16:45 Coffee break

Session II - Glycoscience and biointerfaces

16:15 - 18:35

Chair: Ralf Richter, CIC biomaGUNE, ES

16:15 –17:10  Anthony DAY, University of Manchester, UK
Structural and functional insights into sugar-protein networks in inflammation and ovulation

17:10 –17:45  Katharina RIBBECK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Mucin polymers for bioinspired filters and coatings

17:45-18:35  Heike WALLES, University of Würzburg, DE
Influence of EMC components on engineering of 3D tissue and cancer models

18:55 - 20:25 Dinner

(Continued) Session II - Glycoscience and biointerfaces

20:25 - 21:20

Bruno ANTONNY, CNRS & Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, FR
Self-organization of biochemical reactions by membrane curvature

Poster Session I & Drinks reception

21:20 - onwards

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