Single-Molecule Protein Sequencing 3 (SMPS3)

31 October - 3 November 2022, Delft, The Netherlands

Modern DNA sequencing technologies have revolutionized genomics and biomedical research, but extending these techniques to routine analysis of the human proteome, particularly at the single-protein level, remains a global challenge. A highly sensitive sequencing technology, ideally addressing proteins at the single-molecule level, will create the opportunity for single-cell proteomics and real-time screening for on-site medical diagnostics, and will pave the road towards the development of a new, fast, and reliable diagnostic tool for healthcare.

Following the first conference series on “Single-molecule Protein Sequencing” held in Delft, the Netherlands (2017) and the second one held in Jerusalem, Israel (2019), we are pleased to announce our third international conference on this topic to be held back in Delft, the Netherlands. This conference will bring together leading researchers who are pioneering the development of single-molecule protein sequencing techniques.

Topics:

  • Single-molecule fluorescence
  • Nanopores
  • DNA nanotechnologies
  • Protein chemistry
  • Single-cell analysis
  • Next-generation mass spectrometry
  • Industry applications
  • Emerging technologies

Venue: Museum Prinsenhof, Delft, The Netherlands.

 

We look back on a successful SPMS3 Conference. The next conference, SMPS4, will be held in the Swiss Alps in 2024. It will be co-organized by a team led by Chan Cao from EPFL and Denis Garoli from Italian Institute of Technology.

 

Confirmed Invited speakers

  Aleksei Aksimentiev
University of Illinois
     
 

Eric Anslyn
University of Texas

     
  Hagan Bayley
University of Oxford
     
  Jan Behrends
University of Freiburg
     
  Henry Brinkerhoff
Delft University of Technology
     
  Chan Cao
EPFL
     
  Marija Drndic
University of Pennsylvania
     
 

Rienk Eelkema
Delft University of Technology

     
 

Mike Filius
Delft University of Technology

 

Albert Heck
University of Utrecht

     
 

Shuo Huang
Nanjing University

     
 

Giovanni Maglia
University of Groningen

     
 

Edward Marcotte
University of Texas 

     
 

Michael Mayer
University of Fribourg

     
 

Amit Meller
Technion Israel

     
 

Jeff Nivala
University of Washington

     
 

Abdelghani Oukhaled
University of Paris

     
  Aleksandra Radenovic
EPFL
 

Monika Raj
Emory University

   

 

  Sonja Schmid
Wageningen University
     
 

Marthe Walvoort
University of Groningen

     
  Meni Wanunu
Northeastern University
     
  Wesley Wong
Harvard Medical School
     
  Peng Yin
Harvard Medical School
     
  Ying Zhu
Pacific Northwest National
Laboratory
     
  Philipp Kukura
University of Oxford 

 

Organizers

  Cees Dekker
Delft University of Technology

  Chirlmin Joo
Delft University of Technology

 

Sponsors

         
 
         
 
       

 

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