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





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

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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