Program Thursday March 14

9:30Registration and coffee-tea
11:00Opening by chair Prof. dr. Gijs Wuite
11:10Antoine van OoijenSingle-molecule studies of DNA replication.
11:35Andreas BiebricherPICH, a dsDNA translocase designed to bind chromatin under tension.
11:55Philippe NgheSign epistasis constrains the evolutionary optimization of signaling cascades.
12:15Mariliis Tark-Dame Importance of chromatin-chromatin interactions in human genome folding.
13:35 Break 
15:00Cees DekkerDynamics of DNA supercoils.
15:25Nils BeckerRare switching events in gene regulatory networks.
15:45Thijn van der HeijdenSequence-based prediction of single nucleosome positioning and genome-wide nucleosome occupancy.
16:05Claire WymanMolecular machines of DNA break repair: What they look like and how they work.
16:30Ineke Brouwer Dynamics and Structural Transitions in RAD51-single-stranded DNA Complexes.
16:50Bela MulderSpontanaeous helicity of confined side-loop polymers.
20:30Mark Leake, University of York Illuminating the machines of life.


PotG March 14 2013