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XXVI School Of Pure And Applied Biophysics on

Molecular and Biophysical Bases of Photosynthesis

XXVI School Of Pure And Applied Biophysics

January 24th -  28th, 2022

The school is intended for PhD students and early career-Post Docs and it is organized by Tomas Morosinotto, Giovanni Finazzi, Jeremy Harbinson, Michael Hippler, Anja Krieger-Liszkay, Johannes Messinger, Giorgio Perin.
The school is organized by the Italian Society for Pure and Applied Biophysics, the Venetian Institute of Sciences, Literature and Art and the German Botanical Society. The Venetian Institute will provide the venue of the meeting,

Lecturers will cover different aspects of photosynthesis, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity, and will stay for the whole duration of the school to give students the opportunity to interact with them informally, beyond the lecture.
The school will host 30* international students, selected on abstract covering their research interests. Several students' presentations and two discussion sessions are also scheduled in the program to give the students the opportunity of discussing the details of their own work.
Participation (including accommodation, coffee breaks and social dinner): 400 €
(a discount for members of the SIBPA will be applied)
Send your abstract and CV / motivation letter to:
Deadline for abstract submission: 06th December 2021
Selection of students: 21st December 2021

Primary reactions of photosynthesis
Structure of photosynthetic complexes
Dynamics of thylakoid structure
Thermodynamics and kinetics of charge separation
Light harvesting
Regulation of photosynthetic electron transport
Interconnection between photosynthesis and respiration
The role of ion channels in photosynthesis
Carbon fixation in algae and plants
High-throughput phenotyping
Ecology of photosynthesis
Experimental methods for the study of photosynthesis
Approaches to improve photosynthesis
(Speakers include: Ildikò Szabò, Roberto Bassi, Fabienne Maignan, Andreas Weber, Roberta Croce, Markus Schwarzländer, Alexey Amunts, Marc Nowaczyk, Helmut Kirchhoff)

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