Invited Lectures

Luciano De Sio - Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Thermo-plasmonic assisted biomedical applications

Michael Giersig - Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
Application of nanomaterials in biomedicine from the mechanical properties point of view

Sławomir Jakieła - Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Measurement of the hydrodynamic resistance of microdroplets as an indicator of biological and immunological reactions

Krzysztof Kempa - Boston College, USA
Plasmonic effects in nanomechanics

Karin Kogermann - University of Tartu, Estonia
Understanding of living cell-nanofiber matrices interactions

Krzysztof Kuczera - The University of Kansas, USA
Multiple pathways of helix folding from kinetic coarse grained models

Mihail N. Popescu - Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart, Germany
Effective interactions between chemically active particles and interfaces

Paweł Sajkiewicz - Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Piezoelectric scaffolds - on the way to effective cellular mechanotransduction

Alexander L. Yarin - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Self-healing nano-textured vascular engineering materials