You are here

'Building and Probing Small' International Symposium

The Building and Probing Small international symposium is organised in the prestigious rooms and gallery of the Palace of the Academies in Brussels on March 25-27 2019.

It is organised by Anne-Sophie Duwez (University of Liège, Belgium) and Xavier Bouju (CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse, France), within the framework of the MEMO project of the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme FET Open and the NanoWal network. MEMO, for Mechanics with Molecules, deals with the construction of single-molecule machines, study of their operation and measurement of the force they produce.

This first symposium will concern the design and synthesis of molecular machines and functional molecules, as well as their characterisation by single-molecule force spectroscopy techniques. We are looking forward to this symposium to cover single-molecule AFM approaches for supramolecular chemistry and biology. We expect that the meeting brings together an outstanding yet diverse group of chemists and biophysicists.

The symposium will will include invited plenary lectures, keynote lectures, short communications selected from submitted abstracts and a poster session.

Full info on