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Plenary Speakers

PL04 - Quantitative Studies of Single Molecule Mechanochemistry
Prof. Stephen CRAIGProf. Stephen CRAIG
(DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, United States)

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PL01 - Building Small: Making the Tiniest Machines
Prof. David LEIGHProf. David LEIGH
(UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, Manchester, United Kingdom)

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PL05 - Mechanical Engineering of Protein-Based Biomaterials: from Single Molecule to Biomaterials
Prof. Hongbin LIProf. Hongbin LI
(UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, Vancouver, Canada)

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PL03 - Single Molecule Mechanics of Proteins
Prof. Matthias RIEFProf. Matthias RIEF
(TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT MÜNCHEN, Münich, Germany)

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PL02 - Radical Chemistry
Prof. J. Fraser STODDARTProf. J. Fraser STODDART
(NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, United States)

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Keynote Speakers

KL11 - Nanomechanical Mapping of Virus Binding Sites to Animal Cells
Prof. David ALSTEENSProf. David ALSTEENS
(UCLOUVAIN, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium)

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KL02 - The Challenges and Opportunities of Polymer Mechanochemistry
Prof. Roman BOULATOVProf. Roman BOULATOV
(UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL, Liverpool, United Kingdom)

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KL07 - Mechanochemistry of the Mechanical Bond
Dr Guillaume DE BODr Guillaume DE BO
(UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, Manchester, United Kingdom)

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KL09 - Functionalization of 2D Materials: A Molecular Approach
Prof. Steven DE FEYTERProf. Steven DE FEYTER
(KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium)

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KL01 - Artificial Molecular Machines that Work at all Scales
Prof. Nicolas  GIUSEPPONEProf. Nicolas GIUSEPPONE
(UNIVERSITY OF STRASBOURG, Strasbourg, France)

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KL06 - Manipulation of Single Molecules: Wires, Switches and Motors
Prof. Leonhard GRILLProf. Leonhard GRILL
(UNIVERSITY OF GRAZ, Graz, Austria)

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KL05 - Light-Driven Nanomachinery
Prof. Stefan HECHT Prof. Stefan HECHT
(HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, Berlin, Germany)

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KL10 - Force Spectroscopy and High-Speed Bio-AFM Reveal Dynamic and Nano-Mechanical Properties of Antibodies
Prof. Peter HINTERDORFERProf. Peter HINTERDORFER
(JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ, Linz, Austria)

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KL03 - Molecular Motors Steering Macroscopic Motion
Prof. Nathalie KATSONISProf. Nathalie KATSONIS
(UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE, Enschede, The Netherlands)

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KL08 - Chemistry Inside the Cavities of Flexible Metal-Organic Cages
Prof. Rafal KLAJNProf. Rafal KLAJN
(WEIZMANN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, Rehovot, Israel)

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KL04 - Deconstructing the Molecular Mechanism of Extreme Mechanostability in Pathogen Adhesins
Mr Lukas MILLESMr Lukas MILLES
(LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSITÄT, München, Germany)

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Oral Communications

OC08 - Probing PH-Switchable Enzymatic Nanoreactors by Light-Driven Proton Transfer
Dr Dietmar APPELHANSDr Dietmar APPELHANS
(LEIBNIZ-INSTITUT FÜR POLYMERFORSCHUNG DRESDEN E.V., Dresden, Germany)

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OC09 - Oscillating Emission of [2]Rotaxane Driven by Chemical Fuel
Mr Amit GHOSHMr Amit GHOSH
(UNIVERSITY OF SIEGEN, Siegen, Germany)

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OC03 - Dynamics of Individual Molecular Shuttles Under Mechanical Force
Dr Borja IBARRADr Borja IBARRA
(IMDEA NANOCIENCIA, Madrid, Spain)

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OC06 - Design and Synthesis of Rotary Molecular Machines for On-Surface Mechanical Studies
Dr Claire KAMMERERDr Claire KAMMERER
(CEMES-CNRS, UNIVERSITÉ DE TOULOUSE, TOULOUSE cedex 4, France)

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OC02 - Self-Assembly of Palladium(Ii)-Templated Covalent Macrocycles, Cages and Larger Structures
Dr Roy LAVENDOMMEDr Roy LAVENDOMME
(UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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OC11 - Probing the Viscoelastic Properties of Polymeric Materials at the Nanoscale
Prof. Philippe LECLEREProf. Philippe LECLERE
(UMONS, Mons, Belgium)

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OC10 - Versatile Tools Towards Real-Time, Single-Molecule Biology
Dr Aida LLAURO PORTELLDr Aida LLAURO PORTELL
(LUMICKS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

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OC05 - Prototypes of Molecular Motors Based on Ruthenium(II) and Europium(III) Complexes
Prof. Gwenaël RAPENNEProf. Gwenaël RAPENNE
(NANOSCIENCES GROUP CEMES, TOULOUSE CEDEX 4, France)

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OC01 - Multicomponent Catalytic Machinery: How the Machine Speed Impacts Catalytic Activity
Prof. Michael SCHMITTELProf. Michael SCHMITTEL
(UNIVERSITY OF SIEGEN, Siegen, Germany)

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OC07 - Photoswitching DNA-Templated Supramolecular Assemblies
Prof. Mathieu SURINProf. Mathieu SURIN
(UNIVERSITY OF MONS - UMONS, Mons, Belgium)

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OC12 - Self-Assembly and Reactivity in Nanoscale Corrals on Graphite
Mr Lander VERSTRAETEMr Lander VERSTRAETE
(KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium)

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OC04 - Probing the Implications of Knot Tightness on Molecular Level
Dr Liang ZHANGDr Liang ZHANG
(UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, Manchester, United Kingdom)

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