Beilstein ESCEC Symposium, Sept. 2015, Germany

14 – 18 September 2015, Hotel Jagdschloss Niederwald, Rüdesheim, Germany

The upcoming Beilstein ESCEC Symposium provides a platform for experts from all fields of experimental, theoretic and bioinformatics enzymology and metabolic network investigation to present and discuss new results, approaches and methodologies including the following aspects:

  • Enzyme mediated cascade reactions
  • Protein engineering by directed evolution and/or rational design
  • Protein structure-function relationships
  • Metabolomics and systems biology
  • Application of systems biology in the “coloured” biotechnologies (green, red, blue)
  • Manufacturing of chemical products using biocatalysis
  • Data analysis, storage and sharing
  • Sequence, structure, kinetics, control and regulation

The speakers list includes:
Karen Allen (Boston), Richard Armstrong (Nashville), Douglas Auld (Cambridge, MA), Barbara Bakker (Groningen), Monica Campillos (Munich), Shelley Copley (Boulder), Oliver Ebenhoeh (Edinburgh), Friedrich Foerster (Martinsried), John Gerlt (Urbana), Henning Hermjakob (Cambridge, UK), Amnon Kohen (Iowa City), Manfred Konrad (Goettingen), Ulrike Kusebauch (Seattle), Pedro Martins (Porto), Daniel Mink (Geleen), Frank Raushel (College Station), Reinhard Sterner (Regensburg), Ming-Daw Tsai (Taipeh), Nick Turner (Manchester), Chris Whitman (Austin), and Olaf Wolkenhauer (Rostock).

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