mit biophysics seminar series

 

October 4

Flora Meilleur

NC State University

Catherine Drennan

Biology

September 20

Transmembrane Conformational Signaling: Mechanical Movement and Helical Dynamics in Bacterial Chemoreceptors

Gabriela Schlau-Cohen

Chemistry

TITLE

Seminars are held weekly (*unless otherwise noted) on

Wednesdays at 4:10pm (refreshments at 4pm) in 32-144.

date

speaker

host

September 27

Johan Elf

Uppsala University

Gene Wei Li

Biology

Jeff Gore

Physics   

Synchrony in ecology:  From weakly coupled systems to the Ising model

October 11

Alan Hastings

UC Davis

Nikta Fakhri

Physics

November 15

September 6

Nils Walter

University of Michigan

Single Molecules Come Into Focus: Understanding RNA-Driven Regulation From First Principles

Mark Bathe

Bioengineering

Fred Chang

UC San Francisco

Jeff Gore

Physics

TBA

November 8

Jonathon Howard

Yale University

Gerald Hazelbauer

University of Missouri               

Jeremy England

Physics

TBA

November 1

Arvind Murugan

University of Chicago

Jeff Gore

Physics

From Flocking Birds to Swarming Bacteria: A Study of the Dynamics of Active Fluids

October 18 

Xiang Cheng

University of Minnesota

TBA

November 29

Dennis Zimmermann

Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research

Mechanoregulation of Dynamic Actomyosin Networks at the Single-Molecule Level

Iain Cheeseman

Biology/Whitehead Institute

Ming Guo

Mechanical Engineering

December 6

Ben Fabry

Friedrich-Alexander Universitat

Germany

Cell migration in 3-dimensional Biopolymer Matrices

In situ genotyping of a pooled strain library after characterizing complex phenotypes

Structural and Functional Studies of Cellulolytic Enzymes Using Neutron Protein Crystallography (NPC) and Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS)

Iain Cheeseman

Biology/Whitehead Institute

Friday

November 17

(SPECIAL SEMINAR in Duboc Room 4pm in 4-331)

Arshad Desai

Ludwig Cancer Research

Alternative Facts About the Cell Division Machinery

Nikta Fakhri

Physics

Thermodynamics of Open Chemical Reaction Networks: The Cost of Energy and Information Transduction in Biology

November 2

(Special Seminar in Duboc Room 4-331 @4pm)

Massimiliano Esposito

University of Luxembourg