List of  Invited Speakers


A. Barducci, INSERM-CNRS-UM, France
Molecular modeling of cellular condensates at diverse resolution

P. De los Rios, EPFL, Switzerland
Crowding modulation of chemical reactions

S. Ebbinghaus, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Protein and RNA folding under crowding and phase separation

Y. Fichou, IECB - University of Bordeaux, France
Protein liquid-liquid phase separation as an intermediate of tau assembly

C. Gutt, University Siegen, Germany
XPCS studies of crowded protein systems using high brilliance synchrotron sources

D. Harries, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Molecular Crowding Is More than Hard-Core Repulsions

S. Magkiriadou, EPFL, Switzerland
Polyphosphate affects cytoplasmic and chromosomal dynamics in nitrogen-starved Pseudomonas aeruginosa

J. Möller, XFEL, Germany
Dynamics of proteins and complex liquids measured at European XFEL

J. Peters, ILL, France
Crowding as protective mechanism in cells and for proteins against extreme external conditions

F. Schreiber, University of Tübingen, Germany
Crowding in protein solutions: From phase behavior to dynamics

E. Spruijt, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Liquid-liquid phase separation in crowded environments

G. G. Tartaglia, IIT, Italy
Non-coding RNAs and phase separation rule the world

R. Winter, TU Dortmund, Germany
Modulation of the Stability, Conformational Dynamics and Reactivity of Biomolecular Systems by Osmolytes, Macromolecular Crowding and Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation

A. Yethiraj, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Studies of macromolecular crowding that probe structure and dynamics using NMR, neutron scattering and rheology in tandem

S. Zorrilla, Spanish National Research Council - CSIC, Spain
Implications of macromolecular crowding and phase separation in bacterial division