Lorentz Center - Theory, Modeling and Evaluation of Single-Molecule Measurements from 16 Apr 2007 through 20 Apr 2007
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    Theory, Modeling and Evaluation of Single-Molecule Measurements
    from 16 Apr 2007 through 20 Apr 2007

 
Monday 16 April

Monday 16 April

 

09:00 10:00 Arrival and registration

 

10:00 10:05 Introduction by Mrs. Martje Kruk-de Bruin

 

Session Chair: M. Orrit

 

10:05 - 10:45 M. Orrit

Blinking and flickering of nano-emitters

 

10:45 11:15 Discussion and coffee break

 

11:15 12:00 F. Brown

Generating function methods in single molecule spectroscopy

 

12:15 14:00 Lunch

 

Session Chair: F. Brown

 

14:00 14:45 S. Mukamel

Multipoint correlation functions for photon and electron counting statistics in

single-molecule spectroscopy

 

14:45 15:00 Discussion

 

15:00 15:45 I. Gopich

Theory of Photon Counting in Single-Molecule Spectroscopy

 

15:45 16:00 Discussion

 

 

16:00 16:45 E. Barkai

Weak Ergodicity Breaking in Single Molecule Dynamics

 

16:45 17:00 Discussion

 

17:00 18:30 Wine and Cheese Party

 

 

Tuesday 17 April

 

Session Chair: J. Klafter

 

09:00 09:45 F. Ritort

Title talk to be communicated

 

09:45 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 10:45 D. Makarov

What can we learn about protein dynamics from single-molecule measurements?

 

10:45 11:15 Discussion and coffee break

 

11:15 12:00 A. Kolomeiski

Can we understand complex dynamics of motor proteins using simple models?

 

12:00 12:15 Discussion

 

12:15 15:00 Lunch and discussions

 

Session Chair: G. Zumofen

 

15:00 15:45 R. Rigler

Stretched exponentials and non-Markowian catalysis in single enzyme molecules.

 

15:45 16:00 Discussion

 

16:00 16:45 E. Geva

A computational study of the conformational structure and dynamics of biopolymers in relation to single molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer measurement

 

16:45 17:00 Discussion

 

17:00 17:45 G. Chirico

Tracking single GFP proteins through unfolding pathways

 

17:45 18:00 Discussion

 

 

Wednesday 18 April

 

Session Chair: E. Barkai

 

09:00 09:45 J. Klafter

Following single molecules by force spectroscopy

 

09:45 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 10:45 J. Wang

Single molecule molecular recognition and conformational dynamics

10:45 11:15 Discussion and coffe break

 

11:15 12:00 G. Zumofen

Renewal and non-renewal photon statistics of single-molecule Spectroscopy

 

12:00 12:15 Discussion

 

12:15 15:00 Lunch and discussions

 

Session Chair: F. Ritort

 

15:00 15:45 U. Seifert

Stochastic thermodynamics of single molecules

 

15:45 16:00 Discussion

 

16:00 16:45 R. Metzler

Coupled dynamics of DNA conformations and DNA-binding proteins

 

16:45 17:00 Discussion

 

17:00 17:45 S. Sun

Structure-based modeling of dimeric molecular motors

 

17:45 18:00 Discussion

 

 

Thursday 19 April

 

Session Chair: R. Silbey

 

09:00 09:45 J. Knoester

Statistics of exciton properties and quantum-level repulsion in disordered molecular aggregates

 

09:45 10:00 Discussion

 

10:10 10:45 G. Haran

Excursions into the structures of denatured proteins

 

 

10:45 11:15 Discussion and coffee break

 

11:15 12:00 H. Yang

Model-free reduction of noisy single-molecule time series

 

12:00 12:15 Discussion

 

12:00 15:00 Lunch and discussions

 

Session Chair: H. Yang

 

15:00 15:45 O. Krichevsky

Conformational dynamics of DNA and actin polymers

 

15:45 16:00 Discussion

 

16:00 16:45 I. Golding

Real-time Quantification of Discrete Intracellular Events:

Bacterial Transcription and Beyond

 

 

16:45 17:00 Discussion

 

17:00 Coach to the conference dinner location

 

 

Friday 20 April

 

Session Chair: J. Knoester

 

09:00 09:45 O. Flomenbom

Reduced dimension forms from finite two-state trejectories

 

09:45 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 10:45 T. Plakhotnik

Testing Hypothesis with Single Molecules: Bayesian Approach

 

 

10:45 11:15 Discussion and coffee

 

11:15 12:00 B. Schuler

Structure and dynamics of unfolded proteins from single

molecule fluorescence experiments

 

12:00 12:15 Discussion

 

 

 

 

 



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