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Beutenberg Campus /IMPRS-gBGC Workshop on

Method and Concept Transfer

The aim of this workshop is to inspire interdisciplinary cooperation and networking. The presentations can either have a methodological or a conceptual approach. The idea is to establish contacts between scientists with complementary skills and needs.

Co-organized by Susanne Erland (Beutenberg Campus e.V.) & Anna Görner (IMPRS-gBGC)

Date & Place

June 09, 2011
start: 13:00


PDF with abstracts


Prof. Dr. Hartmut Bartelt (Chairman of Beutenberg Campus Jena e.V.)
WELCOME ADDRESS and Chair of sessions

Session 1:


Dr. Valérie Schwab-Lavrič (MPI-BGC)
Purification of molecular compounds for subsequent isotopic analysis using high‐performance liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry


Dr. Torsten Frosch (IPHT)
Gas-sensing and Fiber sensors


Dr. Benjamin Dietzek (IPHT) Campus Award Winner 2010
Molecules in motion ‐ How dynamics lead to function


Coffee Break

Session 2:


Dr. Nils Hartmann (FLI)
The short‐lived fish Nothobranchius furzeri as a model for age research


Dr. Hanna Heidel-Fischer (MPI-CE)
Old genes meet new technologies: Revealing the evolution of butterfly genes via selected sequencing approaches.

Session 3:


'POSTERS with refreshments''

Poster contributions

Register your poster contribution here.
The registration deadline has been extended to June 05, 2011.
Should more poster contributions be submitted than we have space to display, the ones with a better focus on technology and methods transfer and posters by PhD students will have priority.


Of course you can 'recycle' a poster, but please make sure your topic is presented in a wide context so that colleagues from other scientific fields can understand the main ideas. For scientists in completely different fields might be easier to recognise methods than to understand why a specific topic is of interest.

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