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Tutorial lectures

Emil Paleček, Institute of Biophysics, Czech Acad. Sci., Brno, Czech Republic
Chemical modification and electrochemistry of glycoproteins and remembrance of nucleic acid electrochemistry

Veronika Ostatná, Institute of Biophysics, Czech Acad. Sci., Brno, Czech Republic
Electrochemistry of proteins

Miroslav Fojta, Institute of Biophysics, Czech Acad. Sci., Brno, Czech Republic
Modification of nucleic acids with redox active and fluorescent moieties and with chemically reactive groups. Examples of analytical applications

Gennady Evtugyn, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia
Assembling electrochemical DNA sensors: the role of transducer surface modification

Fred Lisdat, Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany
1. Introduction into the concept of impedance and the use of impedance spectroscopy for surface characterisation
2. The use of impedance spectroscopy for biosensing

Itamar Willner, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Bioelectrochemical applications of redox proteins, nucleic acids and nanoparticles for bioanalysis

Ashutosh Tiwari, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
Smart 2D bionanosystems for analytical applications

Ilia Ivanov, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA
Combining optical-electrical and gravimetrical measurements with deep learning networks algorithms is a path towards development of “optimal” sensing platform.

Michael Thompson, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
1. Surface modification strategy for anti-fouling acoustic wave and electrochemical sensor technology
2. Acoustic wave study of biological cells at the liquid-solid interface

Gordon Hayward, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
1. Three quartz crystal response mechanisms: Part I: Theoretical basis.
2. Three quartz crystal response mechanisms: Part II: Examples

Petr Skladal, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
1. Piezoelectric immunosensors
2. Piezoelectric systems for cellular sensing

Andreas Ebner, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
AFM based molecular recognition imaging and force spectroscopy as powerful tools to study biomolecular interactions

Michael Leitner, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
New developments in AFM technology - from self-sensing cantilevers to correlative microscopy

Deadlines

14. 8. 2017
Abstracts and registration

21. 8. 2017
Notification on abstract acceptance

4. 9. 2017
Payment of the fee

4. 9. 2017
Final program
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