||Young scientist session 1: |
Emergent dynamics in artificial systems
- Tomo Kurimura (Kyoto University)
"Repetitive motion of a micro-object in a DC electric field"
- Yukinori Nishigami (Kyoto University)
"Reconstruction of amoeboid locomotion using actomyosin fraction"
- Ken H. Nagai (JAIST)
"Swarming of self-propelled particles subjected to colored orientational noise"
- Yosuke Bansho (Osaka University)
"Oscillation and evolution dynamics of an artificial Host-Parasite system"
|10:15-10:45||Tetsuya Yomo (Osaka University)|
"Evolution experiment in a translation coupled RNA replication System within a cell like compartment"
|11:00-12:00||Albert Libchaber (The Rockefeller University)|
"From bacteria to artificial cells. The problem of repronduction"
||Young scientist session 2: |
Physics and chemistry of artificial cells
- Hiroaki Ito (Kyoto University)
"Dynamical formation of cell-sized lipid bilayer vesicles for synthesis of artificial cells"
- Tsutomu Hamada (JAIST)
"Artificial lipid vesicles which produce cellular dynamics"
- Kanta Tsumoto (Mie University)
"Protein integration and encapsulation in giant liposomes"
|14:50-15:10||Yoshihiro Shimizu (RIKEN QBiC)|
"Reconstitution of a translation system from molecular parts"
|15:30-15:50||Hirohide Saito (Kyoto University)|
"Synthetic circuits and nanostructures based on RNA protein interaction modules"
||Young scientist session 3: |
Physics of cellular dynamics
- Akihiro Isomura (Kyoto University)
"Entrainment of mammalian ultradian oscillators by light"
- Hiroaki Takagi (Nara Medical University)
"Spontaneous cell migration and its relevance to cellular stochastic sensing"
- Katsuhiko Sato (RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology)
"Collective migration of cohesive cells induced by left-right asymmetric junction remodeling"
|16:40-17:30||Discussion with Albert Libchaber|
|18:00-20:00||Party (Coop in North campus)|