International Symposium

Ion channel design using experimental and computational inputs

Palazzo Feltrinelli, Gargnano del Garda, Italy,
10 – 12 September 2018

The symposium is organized by Greg Voth, Gerhard Thiel and Anna Moroni in the frame of the ERC grant “noMAGIC”. The Symposium will cover aspects of biophysics, computational studies and protein engineering of ion channels.

The meeting takes place in Gargnano del Garda, Italy, in the conference center “Palazzo Feltrinelli” of the University of Milan.

The meeting starts on the 10th of September 2018 at 5 pm and ends on the 12th of September at 5pm.

Please see travel information  for details on how to reach Gargnano.

Conference fee, meals and accommodation costs are covered by the organizers. Travel support for junior researchers may be available upon request.

Due to the limited capacity of our conference venue, participation to the Symposium is by invitation only.

List of confirmed speakers

Alessio Accardi Weill Cornell
Hagan Bayley Oxford U.
Henry Colecraft Columbia U.
Jeffrey Friedman Rockefeller U
Mark Gomelsky U. Wyoming
Kay Hamacher TU-Darmstadt
Peter Hegemann Humboldt U, Berlin
Stefan Kast TU-Dortmund
Syma Khalid U. Southampton, UK
Erik Lindahl U. of Stockholm
Filippo Mancia Columbia U.
Daniel Minor UC San Francisco
Simon Newstead Oxford U.
Andrea Saponaro Milan U.
Indra Schroeder Darmstadt U.

Crina Nimigean Weil Cornell
Eduardo Perozo U. Chicago
Stephan Pless U. Copenhagen
Michael Pusch IBF Genoa
Eitan Reuveny Weitzmann
Benoit Roux U. Chicago
Mark Sansom Oxford U.
Simon Scheuring Weill Cornell
Viktor Stein TU-Darmstadt
Laura Cantù Milan U.
Robert Tampé Frankfurt U.
Stephen Tucker Oxford U.
James Van Etten U. Nebraska
Greg Voth U. Chicago