22. - 24. July 2021
Organisation: Peter Pohl, JKU University, Linz, Austria
The meeting brings together European Scientists interested in interfacial protons and related transport phenomena. Proton transfer is crucial in numerous biological and chemical processes, e.g., in cellular proton pumps or hydrogen fuel cells. Proton transfers are among the most common biochemical reactions, being involved both in the use of chemical energy in mitochondrial respiration and in light initiated oxygen fixing photosynthetic reactions. The dysfunction of proton transporters was reported to have implications for cancer, obesity, or gastritis – to name a few examples. Many details of the underlying proton transfer mechanisms are still unresolved, and understanding how confined water mediates proton dynamics remains a fundamental challenge in biophysics. Furthermore, in the biotechnical field, the deep understanding of proton transfer will enable biomimetic applications, such as recreation of ATP biosynthesis.
Please send your abstract to the following email address by May 31, 2021: firstname.lastname@example.org
For submission of the abstract, please use the template, öffnet eine Datei.
adress: Wagramer Str. 8, 1220 Wien
We are happy to announce a special issue of the MDPI Journal "Biomolecules"
on the topic of the Satellite Meeting. To submit a manuscript, please follow
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/biomolecules/special_issues/proton_transport, öffnet eine externe URL in einem neuen Fenster
Conference authors wishing to submit a full paper of their work to the
journal Biomolecules will receive a specific discount on the Article
Processing Charge. Please check the eligibility criteria below to benefit
from the discount. Authors must:
(i) have participated in the conference.
(ii) submit the full paper before 30 November 2021.
(iii) submit in advance the tentative paper title and accepted abstract to
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for application.
This event is in part funded by the European Union´s HORIZON 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska - Curie grant agreement number 860592