European Joint Theory/Experiment Meeting on Membranes (EJTEMM)

Date: 2024-06-11 to 2024-06-14

It is our pleasure to invite you to the next European Joint Theory/Experiment Meeting on Membranes (EJTEMM) to be organized in the nice Hungarian city of Debrecen between June 12-14, 2024, in collaboration with our Cellular Imaging Hungary Node. Membrane research has always been an interdisciplinary subject inviting and requiring biologists, physicists and chemists to establish the fundamental principles of membrane structure and function. This tenet is ever more relevant with the significant advancement of structural biological and computational tools, in which even a single experiment may require the cooperation between scientists representing different disciplines. It is our intention to organize the meeting with the aforementioned principle in mind, and to provide a stimulating environment for fostering exchange of knowledge and for establishing future collaborations by putting together a program that covers a wide range of subjects of theoretical and experimental membrane research. While several large meetings feature topics about membranes, a regular, topical conference covering membrane-related problems from the standpoint of structural, computational and cell biological research is required to fill a void in the professional life of membrane researchers. We would like to promote the participation of PhD students and early career researchers by sending out a special invitation to them to present their findings as poster and oral contributions. We hope that many of you will join us for this three-day meeting that will not only provide ample opportunities for formal and less formal interactions and networking but will also be memorable for the enjoyable social programs and for the hospitality of the host institution.

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Organisers: Peter Nagy and György Vámosi, University of Debrecen

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