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PhD Summer School – Nanotools at Biomembranes

phd summer school

After this course the students will acquire both theoretical and experimental knowledge in a set of state-of-the-art surface sensitive techniques that enable following biomolecular interactions at model cellular membranes.

This course is composed of 3 moments:

1. Online lectures to provide the theoretical background available from August the 5th, 2019.

2. One week experimental work in our modern research labs (19-23 August 2019).

3. Online report submission by September the 6th 2019.

Intended Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course the student should be able to:

1. Describe a set of models for biomembranes.

2. Describe the principles of a set of nanotools with focus on AFM, QCM-D, ellipsometry and Neutron Reflection.

3. Relate biomembrane models to a given experimental technique.

4. Apply a set of nanotools and nanomodels to unravel biomolecular interactions at membranes.

5. Reflect on the choices made and the results obtained.

Schedule

Evaluation

Pass/Non-pass. To pass the course students must take part of the video lectures, pass the online quiz, participate on the lab activities and pass the final report. 

Accommodation

We recommend booking accommodation in good time. Please contact us if you need help.

Early registration deadline

1 March 2019. Apply here

Organisers

Professor Marité Cardenas

Associated professor Javier Sotres

Professor Tommy Nylander 

Assistant Professor Sebastian Björklund 

Senast uppdaterad av Carolin Lind