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[中止]The power of one: what can be learned by studying individual molecules?

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下記の講演会を予定しておりましたが、講演者の事情により急遽、旅程が変更(または中止)となることが判明したため、大変残念ですが、講演会を中止いたします。直前のご連絡となり申し訳ありませんが、ご了承ください。

この度、ルーバンカトリック大学(ベルギー)のJohan Hofkens教授による講演会を下記のとおり開催させていただくことになりました。講演会では最新の研究成果についてお話し頂く予定ですので、お誘い合わせの上、ご参加いただければ幸いです。皆様のご参加を心よりお待ちしております。

Prof. Johan Hofkens
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Department of Chemistry, Leuven, Belgium)
日時: 平成24年5月23日(水) 16:00~17:00
場所: 電子科学研究所1階 会議室

Over the last 15 years, single molecule spectroscopy (SMS) has been established as a new tool in the ever expanding range of spectroscopic methods. SMS is especially useful to study inhomogeneous systems. Biological systems are by their nature highly heterogeneous and as such perfect targets for SMS. From this it is clear that, next to biological samples, material science (polymers, catalyst nano-particles) can benefit from single molecule measurements as materials are very often heterogeneous in their behavior. Furthermore, many theories that describe material properties are based on a microscopic picture that now can be evaluated experimentally by applying single molecule techniques. In this contribution, I will give an overview of how we study polymers (reptation, dynamics near glass transition, molecular motors), catalyst particles (heterogeneous catalysis and the problem of diffusion limitations) and biophysical processes (recent work on rafts, viruses and DNA mapping) with different single molecule techniques.

お問い合わせ先:
三澤 弘明(misawa@es.hokudai.ac.jp/内線:9358)

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