Monday, November 23

12:30Opening and introduction
Frank Ulrich Müller
12:40Keynote lecture
Steven S. Vogel
National Institutes of Health, USA
FRET Imaging of Biological Memory: Structural rearrangement of CaMKIIα catalytic domains encodes activation
13:30Coffee break
Clinic Invent
Faculty of Medizin, WWU Münster, Germany
13:45Applied Biosystems, Michael Raissig, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Profiling the parental contribution to the early embryonic transcriptome in Arabidopsis
14:15Nugen, Wieland Keilholz
Frontiers in Expression Analysis: NuGEN's ovation RNA Amp at single cell level
14:45Gelcompany, Reiner Westermeier
Flattop horizontal electrophoresis
15:15JPK Instruments, Tanja Neumann
Analysis of cellular and molecular interactions using Atomic Force Microscopy
Session 1 - CELLS
16:00Alexander Egner
MPI Göttingen, Germany, Nature Methods
Developments in Fluorescence Nanoscopy
16:25Laurent Prezeau
University of Montpellier, France, Nature Methods
Cell surface G protein-coupled receptor oligomerization detected using HTRF and Snaptag labeling method
16:50Didier Marguet
Centre d`Immunologie de Marseille Luminy, France Nature Methods
Critical role of a dynamic nanodomain organization at the plasma membrane for efficient cell signaling
17:15Popular science lecture
„CSI Münster“
Heidi Pfeiffer
Director of the Institute for Forensic Medicine Münster
Get together & Guided tour

Tuesday, November 24

09:00Kerstin Lühn
University of Oxford, UK
Multiparameter and Imaging Flow Cytometry: Insights into Immunology and Dengue Pathogenesis
09:25Michael Meisterernst
University of Münster, Germany, Nature SMB
Dynamic of protein-DNA complexes analyzed at the single molecule level
09:50Anders Alderborn
Uppsala University, Sweden
New molecular tools for specific analysis of nucleic acid and protein biomarkers in single cells
10:15Gerhard Schütz
University of Linz, Austria, Nature Methods
Chips, Cells and single molecules
Towards a functional understanding of the nanoscopic organization of the cellular plasma membrane
10:40Coffee break
11:00Waters Corp., Leonhard Pollack
Session 3 - TECHNOLOGY
11:45Ulrike Korf
DKFZ, Heidelberg, Germany
Protein microarrays as quantitative tool for the analysis of signal transduction networks
12:10Thomas Felgenhauer
DKFZ Heidelberg, Germany
Synthesis of high complexity peptide arrays for proteome research
12:35Nicole Schneiderhan-Marra
University of Tübingen, Germany
Miniaturized and parallelized immunoassays for biomarker screening
13:00Rudolf Merkel
Research Center Jülich, Germany
Quantitative analysis of cell reorientation upon stretch