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Plenary Speakers

FRANZ Katherine, Duke University, USA

Title: A mouthful of metallopeptides: Bioinorganic studies of antimicrobial histatin salivary peptides

GOPI Hosahudya N., Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune, India

Title: Architecting Remarkable Metal-Coordinated Networks through Peptide Foldamers

LOMBARDI Angela, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy

Title: Peptides and metal ions: a successful marriage for developing artificial metalloenzymes

SENEQUE Olivier, Université Grenoble Alpes – CEA, France

Title: Cell Penetrating peptides and luminescent lanthanide complexes: a successful mix for 2-photon imaging of live cells

Keynote Speakers

ANDERSON Ross, University of Bristol, United-Kingdom

Title: Totally wired: Amping up the design of de novo bioenergetic components

BERTHOMIEU Catherine, Biosciences and Biotechnology Institute Aix-Marseille – CEA, France

TitleDeciphering determinants of actinide and lanthanide protein interactions using engineered EF-hand motifs

BOYLE Aimee, Leiden University, Netherlands

Title: Metal-binding in coiled-coil peptides: effects on folding and stability

FROMM Katharina, University of Friburg, Switzerland

Title: Direct and indirect contributions of amino acids to metal ion binding

KORENDOVYCH Ivan, Syracuse University, USA

Title: Catalytic amyloids

NGUYEN Andy, University of Illinois at Chigago, USA

Title: Peptide frameworks as microcosms of metalloproteins

PLATTS Jamie, Cardiff University, United-Kingdom

Title: Modelling the effect of metal-binding on peptide structure, dynamics and self-assembly

 THOMAS Franziska, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany

Title: De novo design of beta-sheet mini-metalloenzymes

Invited Speakers

ANGEL Laurence, Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA

Title: Gas-Phase Threshold Collision-Induced Dissociation of Ni(II) or Zn(II) Peptide Ternary Complexes Formed in Solution at Different pH

ANGELES-BOZA Alfredo, University of Connecticut, USA

Title: Metal-binding antimicrobial peptides and the ant microbiome

BAL Wojciech, University of Warsaw, Poland

Title: Copper carriers: travellers in odd dimensions

BESENIUS Pol, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany

Title: Pathway Complexity in Supramolecular Polymerisations of Amphiphilic Metallopeptides

CANABADY-ROCHELLE Laetitia, Université de Lorraine, France

Title: Metal-complexing peptides: from the screening/separation strategies developed for their discovery in protein hydrolysates up to their food applications

DELSUC Nicolas, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France

Title: Antioxidant peptidyl metal complexes to fight against inflammation

DEN AUWER Christophe, Université Côte d’Azur, France

Title: TBA

DE RICCARDIS Francesco, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy

Title: Metals as modulators of cyclic peptoids morphology

FALLER Peter, University of Strasbourg – CNRS, France

Title: Redox Reactivity of Cu-Peptides: Mechanism, Detection and Interference

FREISINGER Eva, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Title: Redefining Metallothioneins: Fresh Perspectives on a Classic Protein

HARRINGTON Matthew J., McGill University, Canada

Title: TBA

HEMMINGSEN Lars, University of Copenhagen, Danemark

Title: PAC spectroscopy applied to metal binding peptides

HOSTACHY Sarah, CEA-Grenoble, France

Title: Uranyl-binding peptides to investigate uranium toxicity at the molecular level

JANCSO Attila, University of Szeged, Hungary

Title: AsIII and HgII binding at the metal site of an arsenic responsive metalloregulator and the molecular details of metalloid recognition

KREZEL Artur, Uniwersytet Wroclawski, Poland

Title: Differentiated affinities of Zn(II) binding sites in metallothioneins determine their zinc buffering capacity

LEDERER Franziska, Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology, Germany

Title: Biomolecular toolbox for resource recovery

LIM Mi Hee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Title: Bioinorganic Strategies to Study Multiple Facets in Alzheimer’s Disease

 MAAYAN Galia, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Title: Bio-inspired metallopeptoids as electrocatalysts for hydrogen production from water

MARTI Angel, Rice University, USA

Title: Photophysical and Photochemical Changes in Metal Complexes Bound to Amyloid-β Peptides

MILLER Yifat, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Title: Insights into the effect of metals on amyloid aggregation mechanisms

PAZOS Elena, Universidade da Coruna, Spain

Title: Lanthanide metallopeptide sensors

PEACOCK Anna, University of Birmingham, United-Kingdom

Title: Enhancing image contrast in MRI using coiled coils as ligands

PECORARO Vincent, University of Michigan, USA

Title: Sequence Discontinuities in Three Stranded Coiled Coils: The Impact of Stammers and Stutters on Metal Binding and Activity of de Novo Designed Systems

PERRY Carole, Nottingham Trent University, United-Kingdom

Title: TBA

RAIBAUT Laurent, Université de Strasbourg, France

Title: Stylistic exercise on the ATCUN motif for detecting Cu(II) in biological fluids

RIVILLAS-ACEVEDO Lina, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico

Title: Exploring the Impact of Zn(II) on Amylin Aggregation in Diabetes

ROWINSKA-ZYREK Magdalena,Uniwersytet Wroclawski, Poland

Title: Metal – tuned antimicrobial properties of AMPs – a tale of charge, structure and morphology

SUMAN Sigridur, University of Iceland, Iceland

Title: Cobalt peptide complexes as catalysts in CO2 activation

TEGONI Matteo, University of Parma, Italy

Title: Designing SpyTag peptides: on the way to artificial copper enzymes

VALENSIN Daniela, University of Siena, Italy

Title: Exploring the effects of Cu(II)/Cu(I) interaction with proteins associated to neurodegeneration

VAZQUEZ Eugenio, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Title: Organometallic Catalysis in living cells with artificial metallopeptides

ZONDLO Neal, University of Delaware, USA

Title: Designed lanthanide-binding peptides as sensors of kinase activity and of oxidative protein post-translational modifications