Programme

  Wednesday 6 January Thursday 7 January Poster Programme

The meeting is planned to begin at 09:00 on 6 January and finish at 16:00 on 7 January. This should provide sufficient time to reach trains that depart from Edinburgh Waverley Station after 17:00, or flights from Edinburgh airport from 18:30. Please note that the programme is subject to change.

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Poster programme

   
P.01  

Physical parameters of metachronal waves in heathy and diseased human airway epithelium
Maurizio Chioccioli, University of Cambridge, UK

P.02

The role of THz modes of vibration in DNA organisation and gene expression
Peter Weightman, University of Liverpool, UK

P.03

Pattern formation and clustering in chemorepulsive active colloids
Benno Liebchen, University of Edinburgh, UK

P.04

Assessing collective dynamics of motile cilia in human airway cells
Luigi Feriani, University of Cambridge, UK 

P.05

Evolutionary accessibility of fitness landscapes with multiple alleles
Marcin Zagorski, Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria, Austria / Institute of Physics UJ, Poland

P.06

Formation of gyrotactic algal plumes in Poiseuille flow
Di Jin, University of Cambridge, UK

P.07

Viscoelastic and elastomeric active matter: linear instability and nonlinear dynamics
Ewan Hemingway, Durham University, UK 

P.08

High frequency magnetic field effect on e.coli
Pablo Villegas Molina, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico

P.09

Motility of active fluid drops on surfaces
Diana Khoromskaia, University of Warwick, UK

P.10

Entropic forces and FtsZ filaments
Erick Martins Ratamero, University of Warwick, UK

P.11

TRAMS: A TRi-Axial Microscope System for tracking three-dimensional locomotion of the microswimmer Caenorhabditis elegans
Robert Holbrook, University of Leeds, UK

P.12

Entropic elasticity and dynamics of bacterial chromosomes: a simulation perspective
Maria Carolina Pereira, University of Edinburgh, UK

P.13

A continuum model of Caenorhabditis elegans locomotion for characterizing passive material properties
Thomas Ranner, University of Leeds, UK 

P.14

Spontaneous rotation of active droplets with surface anchoring
Ana Fialho, University of Edinburgh, UK

P.15

Digital inline holographic microscopy; an innovative method for exploring the swimming patterns used by microorganisms, including; halophillic archaea
Katie Thornton, University of York, UK

P.16

Building an artificial cornea: Modelling stem cell activity and cell migration in the eye
Kaja Kostanjevec, University of Aberdeen, UK

P.17

A growing 2D bacterial microcolony as a "Hubble active nematic"
Matthew Blow, University of Edinburgh, UK

P.18

Polymer dynamics in viscoelastic active baths
Hans Vandebroek, Hasselt University, Belgium

P.19

Changing the diet of Bacillus subtilis: a phenomenological model of single cell adaptation
Joachim Rambeau, University of Cambridge, UK

P.20

Crowding and collective behaviour of molecular motors
Neil Jenkins, University of Warwick, UK

P.21

The role of abnormal inhibitory transmission at the gap junctions of cardiac cells in fibrillation
Guillaume Attuel, INRIA, France

P.22

Stochasticity in gene expression: A few models solvable by geometric construction
Anna Ochab-Marcinek, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

P.23

Coulomb blockade in biological ion channels
Peter McClintock, Lancaster University, UK

P.24

Target search by proteins on coiled DNA
Michael Andersen Lomholt, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

P.25

Assessing surface motility on adhesive and non-adhesive surfaces
Alessandro Carabelli, University of Nottingham, UK

P.26

Modelling asymmetry, flip-flop and external fields in a phase-separating lipid bilayer
John Williamson, Georgetown University, USA

P.27

Stochastic proofreading mechanism alleviates crosstalk in transcriptional regulation
Sarah Anhala Cepeda Humerez, Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria, Austria

P.28

A modular view of gene regulatory networks: universal attenuators and feedback loops
Dianbo Liu, University of Dundee, UK

P.29

Control over phase synchronisation in rotor models of motile cilia
Armando Maestro, University of Cambridge, UK

P.30

Analysis of adhered Staphylococcus Epidermidis to model surfaces by XPS and AFM
Radhika Bava, University of Chester, UK




Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (extended):
    14 October 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    11 November 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    10 December 2015

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