Scientific Program

SYMPOSIA
  • Plant microbe interactions
  • Thermodynamics in ecology and systems biology
  • Bacterial cell biology
  • Cell polarity and virulence
  • Bacterial predators
  • Cyclic di-nucleotides in bacteria
  • Bacterial phosphorylation networks
  • CRISPR - biological and technological advances
  • Anaerobic physiology and biochemistry
  • Microbial responses to illumination
  • Bacterial persistence and Toxin – Antitoxins
  • Cell-cell communication / Quorum sensing: basic aspects
  • The human virome: new tools and concepts
  • Insect-microbes interactions
  • Computational modelling
  • Horizontal gene transfer, evolution
  • Resistome
  • Antibiotics: novel approaches to treat resistant organisms
  • White biotechnology
  • High throughput screening technologies
  • Polymicrobial biofilms
  • Small RNAs and regulation: basic aspects
  • Imaging of macromolecular structures
  • Establishment of the fungal mycelium
  • Fungal cell biology
  • Yeast biotechnology
  • Jorgen Lehmann and Gerhard Domagk symposium on Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • Food biotechnology
  • Bacterial spores
  • The Type VI secretion system
  • Pathogenicity and cell surface
  • Why we need to worry about bacterial infections?

WORKSHOPS
  • Microbial transformations of metals and metalloids
  • Archaea and life in extreme environments
  • Syntrophic interactions in anaerobic communities
  • Toxin-antitoxin systems in bacteria: clinical implications
  • Cell-cell communication / Quorum sensing: inhibition as novel therapeutic tool
  • Fungal human pathogens
  • Fungal plant pathogens
  • Fungal bacterial interactions
  • New diagnostic approaches
  • Genomics, evolution
  • Antibiotic resistance and environment
  • Antibiotic resistance: human and veterinary medicine
  • Natural products including secondary metabolites
  • Molecular principles of biofilm formation and dispersion
  • Small RNAs and regulation: virulence aspects
  • White biotechnology
  • Food biotechnology
  • The  diversity of bacterial nanomachines
  • Host manipulation and bacterial survival
  • Food microbiology​

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