ESRF - EBS Workshop Series


Workshop on
New Frontiers in Molecular Crowding

ESRF - Grenoble - France
29 June -1 July 2022

Venue   ESRF
Time    Wednesday 13:00 - Friday 18:00

Annalisa Pastore, (ESRF), Grenoble
Marco Cammarata (ESRF), Grenoble
Christian Gutt (University of Siegen), Siegen
Francesco Piazza (University of Florence), Florence
Piero Andrea Temussi (University of Naples), Naples
Germán Rivas Caballero (CSIS Madrid), Madrid
Giorgio Schiró (IBS), Grenoble


Eva Jahn , ESRF, Grenoble
Eleanor Ryan, ESRF, Grenoble



The aim of the workshop is to gather together experimentalists and computational researchers to discuss open questions in the biology and physics of molecular crowded systems. The role of the new possibilities offered by a variety of new advanced techniques, including those offered by synchrotron light sources, as well as other spectroscopic methods and theoretical simulations will be discussed. We will assess the current status, and discuss the integration of partly well established, partly emerging techniques in the study of crowded systems that make use of synchrotron radiation with the aim of defining future applications.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870313.