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Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Duration: 3 hours

PGI, Building 04.8, 1st Floor, Room 142-143
Forschungszentrum Jülich
52428 Jülich

Time: Sunday 27 May, h15:00

The goal of this event is to edit and/or update Wikipedia articles on concepts such as electron vortex beams, the double-slit experiment with electrons, synthetic holography, etc. where information gaps currently exist. This event is organized with the support of Wikimedia Deutschland and Wikimedia Italia.








Interdisciplinary Webinars
Duration: 1 hour each
Zentralbibliothek, Building 04.7
Forschungszentrum Jülich 
52428 Jülich


Monday 28 May, h13:45
Tuesday 29 May, h14:45
Wednesday 30 May, h11:00
These are part of a series of interdisciplinary webinars aimed at promoting dialogue between the physics and biology/biochemistry communities. They will provide an opportunity for mutual learning mentored by senior scientists, in order to exchange ideas for furthering joint research and establishing a common language.



Science Bash

Schönheit und Nutzen der Nanobiologie 
(Beauty and benefits of nanobiology)

A user friendly conference with Q&A
by Prof. Peter Peters (Maastricht University)

Duration: 1 hour
Gymnasium Zitadelle
In der Zitadelle
52428 Jülich
Time: 29 May 2018, h13:15

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Prof. Peter Peters was instrumental in improving cryo-immunogold EM and vitreous cryo-sectioning. His team discovered that mycobacteria causing tuberculosis move from the phagosome into the cytosol (one of the top 10 cited articles in tuberculosis in the last 10 years). He initiated the Netherlands Centre for Electron Nanoscopy (NeCEN). He co-directs the Maastricht Multimodal Molecular Imaging Institute, in which native unfixed cells are studied with 3D cryo-electron tomography in order to visualise molecular machines in the context of cellular organelles. His group aims to resolve the type VII secretion system of Mycobacterium tuberculosis within the phagolysosome. He initiated a new start-up CryoSol-World, that will produce the next generation vitrification devices called Vitrojet. Vitrobots developed in Maastricht have been distributed to more than 500 cryo-EM labs worldwide. His research has been reported in 120 articles with more than 25000 citations.