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Program

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Confirmed speakers

Sonja Kleinlogel – University of Bern, Switzerland

Peter Hegemann – Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

Tobias Moser – University of Göttingen, Germany

Cyril Dejean – University of Bordeaux, France

Dimitrii Tanese – Neurophotonics Laboratory, CNRS and Paris Descartes University, France

Ferruccio Pisanello – IIT, Lecce, Italy

Alexander Gottschalk – Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany

 

Program at a glance

Sunday, December 4th, 2016

 

19:00

-

21:00

Welcome reception and registration
Kooperatur, Münsterplatz

 

 

 

Monday, December 5th, 2016

 

8:30

 

 

Registration

 

9:00

-

9:15

Patrick Ruther

Wolfram Burgard

Introduction and Welcome

BrainLinks-BrainTools

 

Session 1

Chair: Georg Nagel / University of Würzburg

09:15

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09:55

Peter Hegemann

Invited talk
Biophysics of inhibitory optogenetic actuators

 

09:55

-

10:10

Marcela Garita-Hernandez

Optogenetically controlled photoreceptors derived from hiPSC respond to light and restore light mediated behavior in transplanted rd10 mice

 

10:10

-

10:25

Ilka Diester

A functional gradient in the rodent prefrontal cortex supports behavioral inhibition

 

10:25

-

10:40

Luis Hoffman

Silicon nitride photonics for optogenetic devices

 

10:40

-

11:10

Coffee break

Session 2

Chair: Ulrike Wallrabe / University of Freiburg

11:10

-

11:50

Sonja Kleinlogel

Invited talk
Opto-GPCR, an optogenetic designer prosthetic to recover vision

 

11:50

-

12:05

Omar Mamad

Dopaminergic activation determines the direction of place field plasticity in rats

 

12:05

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12:20

Franziska Schneider

Optogenetic silencing of cardiac activity

 

12:20

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12:35

Christian Gossler

Optical probes with integrated thin-film µLEDs on flexible and rigid substrates

 

12:35

-

14:00

Lunch

Session 3

Chair: Patrick Ruther / University of Freiburg

14:00

-

14:40

Alexander Gottschalk

Invited talk
Optogenetic tool development and application in Caenorhabditis elegans

 

14:40

-

14:55

Philipp Sasse

The enlightened heart: Novel optogenetic methods to investigate and treat cardiac arrhythmia

 

14:55

-

15:35

All poster presenters

Pitch presentation

 

15:35

-

17:00

Coffee break and poster session

Session 4

Chair: Ferruccio Pisanello / IIT

17:00

-

17:40

Dimitrii Tanese

Invited talk
Optical and molecular focusing for single-cell optogenetic control

 

17:40

-

17:55

Callum Johnston

Cell population influences on cardiac optical pacing

 

19:00

 

 

Conference Dinner, Kleiner Meyerhof, Rathausgasse 27

 

 

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

 

Session 5

Chair: Oliver Paul / University of Freiburg

09:00

-

09:40

Tobias Moser

Invited talk
Hearing the light: Optogenetic stimulation of the auditory nerve

 

09:40

-

09:55

Robert Scharf

Next-generation high-density µLED probes for depth-specific stimulation

 

09:55

-

10:10

Jens Duebel

Transplantation of optogenetically transformed photoreceptor precursors restores visual function in blind mice

 

10:10

-

10:25

Pau Gorostiza

Optical control of endogenous receptors and cellular excitability using targeted covalent photoswitches

 

10:25

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10:55

Coffee break + poster

Session 6

Chair: Keith Mathieson/University of Strathclyde

10:55

-

11:35

Cyril Dejean

Invited talk
Controlling neuronal circuits of fear behaviour

 

11:35

-

11:50

Ki Yong Kwon

Head-mounted LED with a magnetic optical rotary connector

 

11:50

-

12:05

Shiqiang Gao

The Cyclop (Cyclase opsin) as a new optogenetic tool for light gated cyclic nucleotide production

 

12:05

-

12:20

Marta Brocka

99mTc-HMPAO SPECT imaging of brain-wide functional networks underlying optogenetic self- and passive stimulation in mice

 

12:20

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13:50

Lunch + poster

Session 7

Chair: Massimo di Vittorio/IIT

13:50

-

14:30

Ferruccio Pisanello

Invited talk
Micro and nanotechnologies for multipoint control of neural activity in deep brain regions

 

14:30

-

14:45

Olivia Masseck

Opsin variants as new optogenetic tools to control intracellular signaling pathways

 

14:45

-

15:00

Steve Blair

Utah optrode array

 

15:00

-

16:00

Coffee break + poster

 

Session 8

Chair: Dimitrii Tanese/CNRS and Paris Descartes University

16:00

-

16:15

Angelina Müller

Bessel beams for depth-controlled quasi-noninvasive optogenetic stimulation

 

16:15

-

16:30

Gregory Gauvain

Optogenetic therapy for vision restoration using ChrimsonR

 

16:30

-

16:45

Alexander Dieter

Avoidance behavior triggered by optogenetic stimulation of spiral ganglion neurons

 

16:45

-

17:00

Roiy Raz

Polymer-based thin-film packaging of an optical cochlear implant

 

17:00

 

 

Closing remarks

 

 

17:30

 

 

Lab tour at IMTEK (optional; please register during the workshop)


 

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