XIII International Conference "Biomolecules - Identification and Functions"
Venue: AGH building B8, Room 0.10, AGH building H-B3/B4, Room 131
Organizers: Department of Biochemistry and Neurobiology; Faculty of Materials Science and Technology; AGH University of Science and Technology
Welcome to Cracow for the 13th International Seminar on "Biomolecules - Identification and Functions". We cordially invite you to participate in our meeting. We are glad to offer you an excellent opportunity for scientific discussions in a stimulating atmosphere of the Royal Capital City of Cracow.
First day will be devoted to presentations and a poster session, while on the second day a practical workshop will be arranged to present novel aspects of identification techniques of biomolecules, including mass spectrometry, immunodetection, sample preparation methods, and data mining, together with their applications in proteomics and allied topics. We already have confirmation from the leading scientists:
Gaetano Malgieri (Universita degli Studi Della Campania, Caserta, Italy), Frederic Ducongè (CEA, Molecular Imaging Research Center, Paris, France), Dorota Kwiatkowska (Sport Institute, Departamnet of Anti-Doping Research, Warsaw, Poland), Marcin Chmielewski (FutureSynthesis, Poznan,
We regret to inform that, due to limited space in our laboratory, we are able to accept ca. 25 people during the second day (workshop) but the good news is that the lectures and poster session (first day) are available to all interested participants. Details for poster dimension and abstract template will be provided soon on our website.
The entire meeting is free of charge, including coffee breaks (please see our list of Sponsors). The official language is English. The organizers do not provide accommodation but a short list of places at reasonable prices is given.
Those who are planning to participate in either part of the workshop are kindly asked to send confirmation before October 12th.
Looking forward to seeing you in Cracow,
Conference web site: http://neuro.agh.edu.pl/index.php?page=bif2016