HYBER Symposium

Centre of Excellence HYBER offered 2 full days of talks by top scientists from all over the world.
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Invited HYBER Symposium

12-13 May 2015

Hanasaari, Espoo

Day 1
9:00 Welcome – CoE HYBER Director Olli Ikkala (Auditorium Astrid)

9:05 HYBER overview by students and post docs

9:20 Silvia Vignolini, Department of Chemistry, Cambridge:
Cellulose Photonics: from nature to applications
 
Coffee and refreshments, Posters

10:30 Matthew Harrington, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces:
Metal-mediated mechanics: Mussel-inspired mechanisms for enhancing material performance

11:15 Ingo Burgert, ETH Zürich, Institute for Building Materials:
Bio-inspired functionalization of wood

12:30-15:00 Lunch in cruise boat at the coast of Helsinki

15:30 Albena Lederer, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry at IPF Dresden:
Bioconjugation and encapsulation of biomacromolecular systems investigated by field flow fractionation

16.15 Neel Joshi, School of Engineering and Appl. Sci., Harvard and Wyss Institute:
Building functional materials from proteins: Assembly and dynamism

17:00 Bier & snack, Posters

17:30 Thomas Scheibel, Faculty of Engineering Science, Universität Bayreuth
Structural proteins: bio-inspired polymers for fibers, films, and more
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19:00 Dinner at Hanasaari

21:00 Dinner talk: Marcelo Dias, Aalto Science Institute, Aalto:
Mechanics of shape formation and controlled actuation in thin sheets of liquid-crystal elastomers

 
Day 2
9:15 Oren Scherman, Department of Chemistry, Cambridge:
Exploiting dynamic self-assembly at interfaces

Coffee & refreshments, Posters

10:30 Rafal Klajn, Department of Organic Chemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science:
Dynamically self-assembling systems at the nanoscale

11:15 Stephen Eichhorn, College of Eng., Maths & Phys. Sciences, University of Exeter: Assembly of cellulose in water

12:00 Lunch (and posters)

13:30 Franziska Thomas, Organic and Biological Chemistry, University of Bristol
 Rationally designed, de novo peptide building blocks for biomaterials assembly
    
14:15  Redouane Borsali, CERMAV, CNRS
Bio-based Block copolymer self-assembly: Nanoparticles and High resolution thin films

15:00-15.30 Closing remarks

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