Soft Matter and Biological Physics

Chair Information
Eilon Sherman
Holcblat Hall

Lectures for this program:

Lecture Time Speaker Lecture subject
16:15-16:30 Guy Nir [1] Towards tracing chromosomes at super-resolution
Questions concerning the impact of chromosome organization on inheritance and gene expression raise some of the greatest...
16:30-16:45 Dan Gorbonos Stable Swarming Using Adaptive Long-range Interactions
Sensory mechanisms in biology, from cells to humans, have the property of adaptivity, whereby the response produced by t...
16:45-17:00 Ishay Wohl In situ evaluation of physiological activity and mitochondrial dysfunction via novo label-free measures based on fluctuation of image gray values
Characteristics of spatiotemporal fluctuation of gray values at a single-pixel level within bright field, label free ima...
17:00-17:15 Ido Eisenberg [1] Reversing the energy flow direction in a cyanobacterial light harvesting antenna complex
Photosynthetic organisms harvest light energy, utilizing the absorption and energy transfer properties of protein bound...
17:15-17:30 Eyal Karzbrun Folding of Neural Tissue during In-Vitro Quasi Two-Dimensional Development
The brain is a highly complex structure with surface folds which begin to appear during early development.
17:30-17:45 Rona Shaharabani [1,2] The Development of Multiple Sclerosis from a Biophysical Perspective
The myelin sheath, a repeating multilamellar stack of lipid-protein complex, acts as an electrical insulator, forming a...