The iNANO-IMS-ExCELLS Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Joint Meeting was held by IMS and ExCELLS on December 6 to 8, 2022.
This meeting was held with Professor Frans Mulder and Professor Daniel Otzen from Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center(iNANO) of Aarhus University in Denmark. They visited Okazaki based on the international Network Program supported by the Danish government.
For the development of academic exchange between Denmark and Japan, we introduced our research activities of IMS and ExCELLS and exchanged our opinions of future co-creative activities with iNANO including researchers from external research institutions. We also introduced our facilities in ExCELLS.
- Date：December 7th, 2022 13:30～17:00
- Place：NIPS Conference room, Yamate No.2 Bldg. 2F
- Co-sponsored：IMS and ExCELLS
Koichi Kato (ExCELLS/IMS)
“Subsequent developments of the project on dynamical ordering of biomolecular systems for creation of integrated functions”
Ryota Iino (IMS)
“Single-molecule analysis and engineering of motor proteins”
Frans Mulder (iNANO)
“qBIO – quantitative information about protein structure, dynamics and electrostatics from NMR spectroscopy to explain biophysical & biological phenomena”
Nobuyasu Koga (ExCELLS/IMS)
“De novo design of protein structures”
Takayuki Uchihashi (ExCELLS/Nagoya Univ.)
“Visualization of protein dynamics with high-speed AFM”
Daniel Otzen (iNANO)
“Activities within protein biophysics in the Otzen group at iNANO”
Ryo Kitahara (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
“Pressure opens up new avenues in biomolecular phase separation”
Hironari Kamikubo (NAIST)
“Materials produced by self-assembling protein aggregates?”