Soft Matter Day 2019
The fourth Soft Matter Day, organized by the Peter Debye Institute for Soft Matter Physics, will take place on 5 July 2019 at the Theoretical Lecture Hall of the Faculty of Physics and Earth Sciences, Linnéstr. 5, Leipzig. It aims at stimulating scientific exchange and interactions among the groups of the institute and the Leipzig groups that do related work in this field.

Registration Deadlines
Participants with a talk or poster: 5 June 2019
Participants without contribution: 21 June 2019

Program as PDF
Announcement Peter Debye Lecture
List of Posters

09:00–09:15 Meeting of the Members of the Institute
09:15–09:20 Welcome
09:20–09:40 Biophysical model of target recognition by CRISPR-Cas surveillance complexes
Marius Rutkauskas, Ralf Seidel
Active particles with delayed interactions
Alexander Fischer, Frank Cichos

Application of genomics data and bioinformatics database to biophysics researches
Senol Dogan

Constraining polymers on the nano-scale
Martin Treß

10:40–11:00 Break
11:00–11:20 Janus swimmers in heterogeneous activity fields
Sven Auschra, Nicola Söker, Viktor Holubec, Paul Cervenak, Frank Cichos, Klaus Kroy

11:20–11:40 How electron can help to develop smart bio-hydrogels
Stefanie Riedel, Stefan G. Mayr, Bastian Klaus
11:40–12:00 Characteristics and performance of modified hydrogels with incorporated magnetic nanoparticles
Philine Hietschold, Marie Deuflhard, Stefanie Riedel, Nils Wilharm, Stefan Mayr, Mareike Zink

12:00–12:20 Compression of single DNA molecules in a thermophoretic trap
Tobias Thalheim, Frank Cichos

12:20–14:00 Poster Session and Lunch (Aula/Corridor)
14:00–15:00 Peter Debye Lecture: Time-dependent mechanics of biopolymer materials – from protein condensates to the actin cytoskeleton
Elisabeth Fischer-Friedrich

15:00–15:15 Break
15:15–15:35 Simulation of a large polymer with untruncated interaction near the collapse
Stefan Schnabel, Wolfhard Janke
15:35–15:55 Nano-electronic components built from DNA templates
Jingjing Ye, Richard Weichelt, Alexander Eychmüller and Ralf Seidel
15:55–16:15 Fibril dynamics by NMR relaxation and MD simulation
Albert A. Smith, Daniel Huster, Matthias Ernst, Sereina Riniker, Beat H. Meier
16:15–16:35 Thermo-osmotic flows in electrolyte solutions
Martin Fränzl, Frank Cichos
16:35–16:55 The physics of carcinomas: A multi-scale analysis on primary tumor tissues
Erik W. Morawetz, Frank Sauer, Steffen Grosser, Thomas Fuhs, Benjamin Wolf, Sonja Kallendrusch, Hans Kubitschke, Hannah-Marie Scholz-Marggraf, Jürgen Lippoldt, Mareike Zink, Ingo Bechmann, Susanne Briest, Lars-Christian Horn, Bahriye Aktas, Josef A. Käs
16:55–18:00 Poster Session (Corridor)
18:00 Barbecue

The time for each talk is 15 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion.


Logo SFB TRR 102
CRC Transregio 102 “Polymers under multiple constraints:
restricted and controlled molecular order and mobility”