Below is reported the final program. The book of abstract of the workshop can be found at this link (here).
Wednesday 25th May:
10:30- 12:00 Registration
12:00 – 12:10 Opening
12:10 – 12:40 Invited Lecture (IL) 1: Hao Yan “Designer Nucleic Acid Architectures for Programmable Self-assembly”, Arizona State University, USA
12:40 – 12:55 O1: Enzo Kopperger “Engineering Electrically Driven DNA-Based Mechanisms” Technical University of Munich, Germany
12:55 – 13:10 O2: Anton Kuzyk, “DNA-origami-based plasmonic assemblies with tailored stimuli and optical responses”, Aalto University, Finland
13:10 – 13:25 O3: Minke A.D. Nijenhuis, “Folding dsDNA using Triplex Forming Oligonucleotides”, Aarhus University, Denmark
13:25 – 14:25 Refreshments + poster session
14:25 – 14:55 IL2: Laura Na Liu, “Dynamic plasmonic systems with controlled motion on the nanoscale”, University of Stuttgart, Germany
14:55 – 15:10 O4: Haggai Shapira, “Development of a High-performance DNA Origami Rotary Motor, Monitored by Defocused Imaging of Gold Nanorods”, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
15:10 – 15:25 O5: Damien Baigl, “Isothermal self-assembly of multicomponent and evolutive DNA nanostructures”, Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS), France
15:25- 15:40 O6: Iris Seitz, “Optically responsive protein coating of DNA origami for antigen targeting”, Aalto University, Finland
15:40 – 15:50 Flash presentations (2 minutes each x 5)
15:50 – 16:30 Tea Break + poster session
16:30 – 17:00 IL3: Maartje M.C. Bastings, “Patterns in Biology: DNA-origami as nano-tool to control multivalent binding”, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
17:00 – 17:15 O7: Claudia Corti, “Hybrid gold-DNA origami nanostructures for colorimetric sensing”, Institut Langevin – ESPCI-PSL , France
17:15 – 17:30 O8: Gregor Posnjak, “DNA-origami based diamond type lattice with visible wavelength periodicity”, LMU Munich, Germany
17:30 – 17:45 O9: Casey M. Platnic, “A dissipative pathway for the structural evolution of DNA fibres”, University of Cambridge, UK
17:45 – 18:00 O10: Alan Szalai, “Orientation of dsDNA relative to graphene determined by single-molecule fluorescence lifetime microscopy”, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Germany
Thursday 26th May:
9:00 – 9:30 IL4: Itamar Willner, “Aptananozymes – A New Class of Aptamer-Modified Nanoparticles for Catalysis and Chemodynamic Medicine”, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
9:30 – 9:45 O11: Amelie Heuer-Jungemann, “New insights into the DNA origami silicification reaction mechanism by in situ small angle X-ray scattering”, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany
9:45 – 10:00 O12: Joel Spratt, “Tuning the insulin receptor signalling pathway response using insulin-DNA origami nanostructures”, Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden
10:00 – 10:15 O13: Felix J. Rizzuto, “DNA sequence and length dictate the assembly of nucleic acid block copolymers”, School of Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Australia
10:15 – 10:30 O14: Michael Pinner, “A DNA-based artificial membrane budding system”, Technical University of Munich, Germany
10:30 – 10:45 Flash presentations (2 minutes each x 5)
10:45 – 11:40 Coffee break + poster session
11:40 – 12:10 IL5: Lorenzo Di Michele, “A three-agent communication pathway triggered by bacterial metabolism (that uses DNA nanotechnology)”, Imperial College London, UK
12:10 – 12:25 O15: Yongzheng Xing, “Designer DNA-based Membrane Nanopores for Portable Sensing of Diagnostic Proteins”, University College London, UK
12:25 – 12:40 O16: Barbara Saccà, “Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of DNA-confined enzymes”, University Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany
12:40 – 12:55 O17: Adrian Leathers, “Reaction-diffusion patterning of DNA-based artificial cells”, University of Cambridge, UK
12:55 – 13:10 O18: Juliette Bucci, “Temporal control of DNA strand displacement reaction”, University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Italy
13:10 – 14:10 Lunch
14:10 – 14:40 IL6: Elisa Franco, “Dynamic control of DNA condensates via strand displacement” University of California, Los Angeles, USA
14:40 – 14:55 O19: Alexander J. Speakman, “Electrically Directed Gene Expression (EDGE): using switchable DNA triplexes and electrolysis to modulate transcription in a cell-free medium”, University of Edinburgh, UK
14:55 – 15:10 O20: Aleksandra Adamczyk, “Orienting single molecules in DNA origami constructs”, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
15:10 – 15:25 Flash presentations (2 minutes each x 5)
15:25 – 15:40 Irene Ponzo, “switchSENSE and proFIRE – a DNA-based technology to discover molecular interactions and preparation of pure protein-DNA conjugates”, Dynamic Biosensor, Germany
15:40 – 16:40 Coffee Break + informal discussion
16:40 – 20:00 Social programme (tour to Nemi – lake and town)
20:00 Social dinner + Award Ceremony
Friday 27th of May
9:00 – 9:30 IL7: Andreas Walther, “Metabolic DNA Systems Inspired from Life:
Protocells and Systems with Lifecycles”, University of Mainz, Germany
9:30 – 9:45 O21: Matteo Castronovo, “Enzymatic DNA ligation within two-dimensional DNA origami depends on nanostructure shape”, University of Leeds, UK
9:45 – 10:00 O22: Alexis Vallée-Bélisle, “Bio-inspired DNA switches for sensing and drug delivery applications”, University of Montreal, Canada
10:00 – 10:15 O23: Giovanni Nava, “Probing the conformational dynamics of long unstructured single stranded DNA chains”, University of Milan, Italy
10:15 – 10:30 O24: Ioanna Smyrlaki, “DNA Origami nano-patterns as a Precise Tool to study clustering of Notch receptor” Karolinska Institute, Sweden
10:30 – 10:45 O25: Guillaume Gines, “DNA-enzyme neural networks enabling nonlinear concentration profile classification”, Gulliver Laboratory,Université Paris Sciences et Lettres, France
10:45 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 11:45 O26: Christoph Wälti, “Counting individual molecules: DNA nanostructures for diagnostic applications”, University of Leeds, UK
11:45 – 12:00 O27: Adrian Keller, “Hierarchical self-assembly of DNA origami lattices at solid-liquid interfaces”, Paderborn University, Germany
12:00 – 12:15 O28: Rakesh Mukherjee, “Kinetic proofreading in a DNA strand displacement network”, Imperial College London, UK
12:15- 12:45 Award presentations + closing remarks
13:00 Light lunch
P-1: Adam Dorey, University College London, “Synthetic protein-conductive membrane nanopores built with DNA” .
P-2: Aleksandra Bednarz, Aarhus University, “Ion-dependent structural integrity and reconfigurability of DNA origami nanostructures.
P-3: Alessandro Cecconello, University of Padova, “Regulating in vitro transcription using RNA/DNA triplex-based biosynthetic machineries”.
P-4: Alexander M. Kloosterman, Karolinska Institutet, “Spatial inference of barcoded transcripts from sequencing data”.
P-5: Alexia Rottensteiner, University College London (UCL), “A Light-Actuated DNA Channel for Controlled Transport Across Membranes”.
P-6: Ali Khoshouei, Technical University Munich, “CryoEM structure determination using DNA nanotechnology”.
P-7: Ana Martins, University of Porto, “Neuronal targeting with functionalized tetrahedral DNA nanostructures”.
P-8: Andreas Peil, University of Stuttgart; Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, “DNA Assembly of Modular Components into a Rotary Nanodevice”.
P-9: Andrew Stannard, Imperial College London, “Mechanically-modulated toehold mediated strand displacement“.
P-10: Annelies Dillen, University of Leuven, “Duplexed aptamers on fiber optic surface plasmon resonance sensors: a winning combination for continuous biosensing”.
P-11: Bhanu Kiran Pothineni, Paderborn University, “Novel vancomycin-conjugated DNA origami-based nanoantibiotics” .
P-12: Chalmers Chau, University of Leeds, “Single biomarker detection with affimer conjugated DNA origami through solid-state nanopore”.
P-13: Coline Kieffer, Université Paris Sciences et Lettres, “Tunable-gain amplifier in DNA-enzyme reaction circuits and its applications in microRNA biosensing”.
P-14: Wooli Bae, University of Surrey, “Building an RNA-Based Toggle Switch Using Inhibitory RNA Aptamers”.
P-15: Christoph Pauer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), “Propulsion of magnetic beads asymmetrically covered with DNA Origami appendages”.
P-16: Volodymyr Mykhailiuk, Technical University Munich, “DNAzymes for mass production of DNA oligonucleotides”.
P-17: Christopher Frank, Technical University Munich, “Cell surface-mediated conformational changes of DNA-Origami objects“.
P-18: Diana Morzy, EPFL, Switzerland, “Valency and entropic costs determine the cation-mediated DNA/lipid binding”.
P-19: Elena-Marie Willner, Technical University Munich, “Virus neutralization using icosahedral DNA origami shells”.
P-20: Elija Feigl, Technical University Munich, “WaffleCraft: Fully Automated Blocky DNA Origami Design Tool”.
P-21: Fabian Kohler, Technical University of Munich, “Precision Design and Characterization of DNA Origami Corner Motifs using Cryo-EM”.
P-22: Farah El Fakih, Ecole Normale Supérieure, “Reversible Supra‐Folding of User‐Programmed Functional DNA Nanostructures on Fuzzy Cationic Substrates”.
P-23: Florian Rothfischer, Technical University of Munich/ Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, “Control of enzyme activity by a DNA nanoscale robotic arm”.
P-24: Francesca Smith, Imperial College London, “Characterisation of RNA/DNA hybrid strand displacement kinetics”.
P-25: Gerrit Wilkens, Jagiellonian University, Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology, “Blowing “bubbles” with DNA origami”.
P-26: Giacomo Fabrini, Imperial College London, “Cation-Responsive and Photocleavable Hydrogels from Noncanonical Amphiphilic DNA Nanostructure”.
P-27: Viktorija Kozina, Technical University Munich, “Targeting antigen patterns with programmable T-cell engagers”.
P-28: Igor Baars, Karolinska Institutet, “Spatial reconstruction using barcoded DNA sequences”.
P-29: Jacky Loo, Aalto University, “Colorimetric Visualization with Visible Chirality”.
P-30: Jing Huang, CENIDE and ZMB, University of Duisburg-Essen, “A DNA-confined unfoldase/protease nanomachine”.
P-31: Viktorija Glembockyte, LMU Munich, “Self-regeneration and self-healing in DNA nanostructures”.
P-32: Nada Farag, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Programmable decoration of DNA-based scaffold through dynamic exchange of structural motifs”.
P-33: Kevin Jahnke, Max Planck Institute for Medical Research; Heidelberg University, Rational engineering of DNA cytoskeletons for synthetic cells”.
P-34: Lena Stenke, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany, “Dynamics of DNA origami filaments growth from a ditopic monomer”.
P-35: Lorena Baranda, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Protein-Templated Reactions Using DNA-Antibody Conjugates”.
P-36: Ulrich Kemper, University of Leipzig, “DNA mold-based fabrication of palladium nanostructures”.
P-37: Ludwig Rotsen, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, “Substrate-assisted self-assembly of DNA origamis for lithographic applications”.
P-38: James Vesenka, University of New England and Leibniz-IPHT Biophotonics, “AFM analysis of G-wire DNA structure and nanoparticle decoration”.
P-39: Marcel Hanke, Paderborn University, “Salting-out of DNA Origami Nanostructures by Ammonium Sulfate”.
P-40: Tania Patino, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Bioengineering DNA-based enzyme-powered nanoswimmers”.
P-41: Sara Bracaglia, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Programmable cell-free transcriptional switches for antibodies detection”.
P-42: Marcus Fletcher, University of Cambridge, “G-Quadruplex DNA based fluorescent sensing for quantification of potassium ion flux across giant proteoliposomes”.
P-43: Matthew Aquilina, University of Edinburgh, “Multiplexed Label-Free Biomarker Detection by Targeted Disassembly of Variable-Length DNA Payload Chains”.
P-44: Maximilian Nicolas Honemann, Technical University of Munich, “A novel lattice design for scaffolded DNA origami structures”.
P-45: Michal Walczak, University of Cambridge, “Stimuli-responsive DNA particles underpin three-agent signaling networks with live bacteria and synthetic cells”.
P-46: Daniela Sorrentino, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Allosteric regulation of DNA-based nanodevices using in vitro transcription”.
P-47: Nathanv Wu, University of Edinburgh, “A DNA Nanotechnology Assay to Detect Double-Stranded DNA for Medical Applications”.
P-48: Nico Alleva, Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research, “Diverse, highly efficient grafting to strategy for the patterning of DNA-origami”.
P-49: Richard Kosinski, University of Duisburg-Essen, “The role of DNA nanostructures in the catalytic properties of an allosterically regulated protease”.
P-50: Roger Rubio Sanchez, Imperial College London, “A modular, dynamic, DNA-based platform for regulating cargo distribution and transport between lipid domains”.
P-51: Sabrina Gambietz, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany, “Thermal and mechanical properties of topologically identical origami domains at the ensemble and single-molecule level”.
P-52: Sayantan De, University Duisburg-Essen, Essen (Germany), “A DNA logic gate to sense molecular distances”.
P-53: Seppe Driesen, University of Leuven, “Towards DNA-only digital biosensing with DNA nanosensors”.
P-54: Sergii Rudiuk, Ecole Normale Supérieure, “DNA-protein nanogels as transfectable multienzymatic nanoreactors“.
P-55: Sofia Julin, Aalto University, “pH-Responsive DNA Origami Lattice”.
P-56: Steffan Møller Sønderskov, Aarhus University, “High-resolution surface charge density visualization of DNA nanostructures”.
P-57: Serena Gentile, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Spontaneous reorganization of DNA-based polymers in higher ordered structures fueled by RNA”.
P-58: Teun Huijben, Technical University of Denmark, “Fast and exact reduction of mislocalizations near spherical nanoparticles by a fully analytical PSF”.
P-59: Miguel Paez-Perez, Imperial College London, “Effect of lipid composition on the efficiency of fusogenic DNA nanostructures”.
P-60: Ken Sachenbacher, Technical University Munich, “Triple-stranded DNA as a structural element in DNA origami”.
P-61: Marco Lolaico, Karolinska Institute, “Enhanced stiffness of wireframe DNA nanostructures with square lattice edges”.
P-62: Neda Bagheri, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Enhancement of CRISPR/Cas12a trans-cleavage Activity Using Hairpin DNA Reporters”.