IGK Schedule - Research Seminars - Progress Reports

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Annual Progress Reports 2014
Image Credit: I. Zaharieva

The research seminar series is self-organized by PhD students of the IGK and cover new developments in biophysics, spectroscopy, structural and molecular biology, and theoretical chemistry/biophysics. The seminars comprise expert talks by SFB principal investigators, student talks, and/or practical demonstrations in the lab. Once per year, the PhD students present and document their research progress in annual reports.


Research Seminars 2019

Seminar Day on 2 December 2019 [full programm]

Seminar Day on 21 October 2019 [full programm]

Retreat of the IGK, Hamburg, 30 September - 2 October 2019 [full program]

Seminar Day on 1 July 2019 [full programm]

Seminar Day on 13 May 2019 [full programm]



Presentation at the Festival of Lights Berlin 

Exhibition and projections at Ernst-Reuter Platz (October 05 – October 14)

Research Seminars 2018

Seminar Day on 17 December 2018 [full programm]

Seminar Day on 19 October 2018

Special seminar (carotenoid binding proteins) on 20 April 2018

  


Retreat of the IGK

Dresden, 14-15 December 2017 [full program]

Participation at the „Tag der guten wissenschaftlichen Praxis“ 

14 June 2017,  Schwerpunkt „Publikationsprozesse und gute wissenschaftliche Praxis“  [full program]

Research Seminars 2017

Seminar Day on 24 November 2017

Seminar Day on 9 October 2017

Seminar Day on 16 June 2017

Welcome BBQ for the new members of the IGK after the colloquium on 26 June 2017

 


IGK Symposium 2016

"World of Wavenumbers - Infrared Techniques for the Investigation of (Membrane) Proteins" on 27 July 2016 [full program]

One-day symposium, organized and presented by PhD students of the SFB 1078 "Protonation Dynamics in Protein Function", taking place at FU Berlin


Research Seminars 2016 

Seminar Day on 21 November 2016

 

Seminar Day on 2 August 2016

 

Seminar Day on 7 March 2016

 


Research Seminars 2015 

Seminar Day on 19 Oct. 2015 [full program]

 

Seminar Day on 8 June 2015 [full program]

 

Seminar Day on 23 Feb. 2015 [full program]

  • Lecture by Prof. Nikolaus Ernsting - Terahertz Spectroscopy and water dynamics
  • Talk by Mario Gerecke (project A3) - Femtosecond Time-resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy
  • Discussions during Common Lunch
  • Guided lab tours in the group of Prof. Nikolaus Ernsting
  • Talk by Jan Daldrop (project C1) - Stochastic modeling of proton diffusion

 


Annual Progress Reports 2014

  • PhD student presentations - research area C on 21 Nov. 2014 [program C]
  • PhD student presentations - research area A on 28 Nov. 2014 [program A]
  • PhD student presentations - research area B on 1 Dec. 2014 [program B]

 

Participation in the German Biophysical Society Meeting 2014

The Annual Meeting of the German Biophysical Society took place at the University of Lübeck from 14 to 17 September 2014. A total of 21 PhD students and 3 postdocs from the SFB 1078 participated and presented their recent scientific results. The numerous contributions, 22 posters and one talk given by Julian Kappler (project C1), made a significant scientific impact at the meeting. More details on the contributions by the SFB can be found here.

 

Research Seminars 2014 

Seminar Day on 16 June 2014 [full program]

 

Seminar on 3 Feb. 2014 with

 

Seminar on 6 Jan. 2014 with

 


Annual Progress Reports 2013

  • PhD student presentations - part 1 on 2 Dec. 2013 [program 1]
  • PhD student presentations - part 2 on 9 Dec. 2013 [program 2]

 

Research Seminars 2013 

Seminar on 4 Nov. 2013 with

 

Seminar on 8 July 2013 with

 

Seminar on 10 June 2013 with

 

Seminar on 27 May 2013 with

  • Prof. Inez Weidinger - Characterisation of Cytochrome c oxidase and other heme proteins by Resonance Raman spectroscopy [slides]
  • Anna Lena Wölke (project C2) - Cytochrome c oxidase: Theoretical investigations and vibrational spectroscopy [slides]

 

Seminar on 29 April 2013 with

  • Prof. Franz Bartl
  • Franziska Schneider (project B2) - Electrophysiological Characterization of Channelrhodopsins