SCHEDULE (CEST – Central European Summer Time)

Tuesday, June 22nd

Schedule overview (CEST)

  • 1 PM
  • 1:10 PM
  • 1:15 PM
  • 1:45 PM
  • 2:15 PM
  • 3:00 PM
  • 3:30 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:30 PM
  • 6:00 PM
  • 6:30 PM
  • 7:15 PM
  • 7:45 PM

Plenary Room

  • Opening Remarks

    Chairs:
    Sophia Hober, ISMR President
    Cecília Roque, Conference Chair
  • SESSION 1: Affinity Technologies in Health

    Chair : Sophia Hober, KTH, Sweden
  • KEYNOTE 1

    Mathias Uhlén
    KTH, Sweden

    The Human Protein Atlas – implications for human biology, drug development and precision medicine
  • Oral Session

    Talk 1
    Talk 2
  • Coffee Break
  • KEYNOTE 2

    Andreas Plückthun
    University of Zurich, Switzerland

    Design meets evolution: the quest for modular binding of linear epitopes
  • Oral Session

    Talk 3
    Talk 4
    Talk 5
    Talk 6
  • Coffee Break
  • SESSION 2: Predicting and engineering affinity

    Chair : Katerina Kourentzi
  • KEYNOTE 3

    Rebecca Wade
    Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany

    Beyond affinity: predicting protein-ligand binding kinetics
  • Oral Session

    Talk 7
    Talk 8
  • KEYNOTE 4

    Prof. Amy Keating
    MIT, USA

    Strategies that enhance SLiM binding to EVH1 domains
  • End of Day 1

Wednesday, June 23rd

Schedule overview (CEST)

  • 5 PM
  • 5:05 PM
  • 5:10 PM
  • 5:55 PM
  • 6:40 PM
  • 7:10 PM
  • 7:40 PM
  • 8:10 PM
  • 8:50 PM
  • 9:20 PM
  • 9:50 PM
  • 10:20 PM
  • 10:50 PM

Plenary Room

  • Opening Remarks

    Chair: Cecília Roque, Conference Chair
  • SESSION 3: Affinity by Discovery – Evolution & Screening of Libraries

    Chair : Sally Ward
  • Oral Session

    Talk 9
    Talk 10
    Talk 11
  • KEYNOTE 5

    Jennifer Cochran
    Stanford University, USA

    Engineering ligands and receptors as next-generation protein therapeutics
  • Coffee Break
  • KEYNOTE 6

    Dane Wittrup
    MIT, USA

    Occam's pharmacokinetics: dosing tumors from the inside out
  • SESSION 4: Affinity by design

    Chair: Richard Wilson, University of Houston
  • AFFINITY Award

    David Baker
    University Of Washington, USA

    The Coming of Age of De Novo Protein Design
  • Coffee Break
  • Oral Session

    Talk 12
    Talk 13
  • KEYNOTE 7

    Mibel Aguilar
    Monasch University, Australia

    Membrane affinity for bacterial membranes: a patchy mechanism of disruption
  • End of Day 2

Thursday, June 24th

Schedule overview (CEST)

  • 1 PM
  • 1:05 PM
  • 1:10 PM
  • 1:40 PM
  • 2:25 PM
  • 3:05 PM
  • 3:35 PM
  • 4:05 PM
  • 5:05 PM
  • 5:35 PM
  • 5:50 PM
  • 6:20 PM
  • 6:50 PM

Plenary Room

  • Opening Remarks

    Cecília Roque, Conference Chair
  • SESSION 5: Affinity technologies in bioseparations, (bio)sensing and (bio)materials

    Chair: Marco Rito-Palomares
  • KEYNOTE 8

    Alois Jungbauer
    BOKU, Austria

    Production and purification of non-mab proteins by platform processes
  • Oral Session

    Talk 14
    Talk 15
    Talk 16
  • Coffee Break
  • SESSION 5: Affinity technologies in bioseparations, (bio)sensing and (bio)materials

    Chair: Alois Jungbauer
  • KEYNOTE 9

    Steve Cramer
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

    A New Tool Set for Examining Preferred Binding Domains of Proteins in Bioseparation Systems
  • Oral Session

    Talk 17
    Talk 18
    Talk 19
    Talk 20
  • Coffee Break
  • Oral Session

    Talk 21
  • KEYNOTE 10

    Sarah Heilshorn
    Stanford University, USA

    Protein engineering of multi-functional biomaterials for regenerative medicine
  • Younger Investigator Awards

    Closing remarks and closing conference
  • End of Day 3