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5. Workshop "Quantum Effects in Biological Systems" (QuEBS 2013)


  Österreichische Zentralbibliothek für Physik


5. Workshop "Quantum Effects in Biological Systems" (QuEBS 2013)

Mitschnitt einer Veranstaltung des Instituts für Molekulare Biotechnologie (IMBA) von Samstag, dem 29. Juni bis Mittwoch, den 3. Juli 2013

- Teil 1: Martin Plenio: "Noise, coherence and control"

Session 1: Approaching Biology as a Physicist
- Teil 2: Vortrag von Fred Wolf: "Mathematical Invariants of Brain Architecture Explained Using Symmetries and Fields"
- Teil 3: Gašper Tkačik: "Recent Progress in Understanding the Population Code of the Retina"
- Teil 4: Bojan Zagrovic: "Two Elephants in the Room: On the Role of Cytosolic Microphase Transitions and Conformational Entropy in Biomolecular Interactions"

Session 2: Vibrational Spectroscopy and Phenomena in Biomolecular Systems
- Teil 5: Philipp Kukura: "Probing the Origins of Efficient Photobiology with Vibrational Coherence"
- Teil 6: Jürgen Hauer: "Signatures of Vibronic and Vibrational Coherences in Electronic 2D-Spectra of Molecular Monomers and Aggregates"
- Teil 7: Tobias Kramer: "Disentangling Vibronic and Electronic Signals in 2D Echo Spectra"
- Teil 8: Jeffrey Davis: "Experimental Studies of the Interactions between Electronic and Vibrational Coherences"
- Teil 9: Massimo Olivucci: "Insight into the Molecular Mechanism of the Dark Activation of Visual Pigments from Computational Photobiology"
- Teil 10: Craig Lincoln: "Single- and Double-Quantum Two-Dimensional Electronic Spectroscopy Refine the Energy Level Scheme of β-carotene"
- Teil 11: Roel Tempelaar: "Unveiling the Vibronic Effect on Exciton Coherences in a Molecular Dimer"
- Teil 12: Joachim Heberle: "Probing Photon and Electron-Driven Membrane Proteins by Time-Resolved and Surface-Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopy"
- Teil 13: Efthimios Skoulakis: "Smelling Molecular Vibrations"

Session 3: Magnetoreception
- Teil 14: Hans Briegel: "Projective Simulation as a Model for Learning"
- Teil 15: Peter J. Hore: "Chemical Magnetoreception - Quantum Biology of Cryptochromes"
- Teil 16: Markus Tiersch: "Entanglement Lifetime-Based Magnetic Field Measurements with Chemical Magnetometers"
- Teil 17: Jianming Cai: "Chemical Compass for Avian Magnetoreception as a Quantum Coherent Device"
- Teil 18: David Keays: "The Search for Magnetoreceptors - Iron-Rich Sensory Neurons in the Pigeon Columba livia"
- Teil 19: Henrik Mouritsen: "Magnetic Compass Orientation in Migratory Birds - Behavioral, Molecular and Neurobiological Evidence"

Session 4: Photosynthesis
- Teil 20: Margherita Maiuri: "Explaining the Temperature Dependence of Spirilloxanthin's S* Signal by an Inhomogeneous Ground State Model"
- Teil 21: Alan Aspuru-Guzik: "Unraveling the secrets of Green Sulfur Bacteria's photosynthetic Apparatus"
- Teil 22: Klaus Schulten: "Quantum Biology of a Magnetic Sense: Physical Principle, Chemical Reality, Biological Purpose"
- Teil 23: Jianshu Cao und Javier Cerrillo: "Coherent Energy Transfer in Light-Harvesting Systems"
- Teil 24: Tomáš Mančal: "Excitation Energy Transfer in a Classical Analogue of Photosynthetic Antennae"
- Teil 25: Jan Roden: "Energy Transfer and Coherence in the PSII Super Complex"
- Teil 26: Jacob Krich: "Distinguishing Excitonic from Vibronic Oscillations with Ultrafast Pump-Probe Spectroscopy"
- Teil 27: Dario Polli: "Tracing of Backward Energy Transfer from LH2 to LH1 in Photosynthetic Membranes Grown under High and Low Irradiation"
- Teil 28: Agata Branczyk: "Incoherent Light vs. Ultrafast Pulses"

Session 5: Emerging Approaches and Techniques
- Teil 29: Elisabet Romero: "Photosynthesis Exploits Quantum Coherence for Efficient Solar Energy Conversion"
- Teil 30: Javier Prior: "Compressed Sampling and Wavelet Transformation: Signal Processing for Quantum Biology"
- Teil 31: Niek F. van Hulst: "Addressing Quantum Coherence on the Nanoscale"
- Teil 32: Arno Rauschenbeutel: "Interfacing and Investigating Molecules Using Optical Nanofibers"
- Teil 33: André Stefanov: "Broadband Energy-Entangled Photons for Light-Matter Interaction and Quantum Information"
- Teil 34: Lev Mourokh: "Bio-Inspired Nanostructures - From Actual Biological Systems Through Physical Models to Semiconductor Counterparts"
- Teil 35: Francesco Petruccione: "Microscopic Derivation of Open Quantum Walks for Biological Ratchet Models"
- Teil 36: Markus Raschke: "Prospect of Quantum Coherent Interaction and Control with Optical Antennas"
- Teil 37: Jörg Wrachtrup: "Quantum Probes for Things that Matter in Life"
- Teil 38: Jacob Sanders: "Compressed Sensing for Molecular Spectroscopy"
- Teil 39: Filippo Caruso: "Geometry vs. Noise: Towards Biomimetic Efficient Transport Networks"
- Teil 40: Markus Arndt: "Quantum Interference Assisted Metrology on Biomaterials"

Kamera und Ton: Gerlinde Fritz, Daniel Winkler, Maarten Fox, Jonathan Tinsley
Schnitt: Daniel Winkler
Musik: sleep,

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