Poster Session 1: Monday April 11 

Nanophotonics & Superresolution, Principles and Theory of Self-Assembly, DNA Nanostructures: Semantomorphic Science

P1.1 Oblique Packing in DNA-Templated Squaraine Rotaxane Dimer Aggregates 
Matthew Barclay, Boise State University, USA

P1.2 First-principles informed screening of dye monomers for excitonic delocalization
German Barcenas, Boise State University, USA

P1.3 Confocal fluorescence-lifetime combined FRET and single-molecule super-resolution microscopy
German Chiarelli, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

P1.4 A DNA-PAINT approach for Nucleic Acid Memory
Luca Piantanida, Boise State University, USA

P1.5 Structural adaptation of catalytic amyloid assemblies in extreme environments
Maryssa Beasley, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA

P1.6 Two-dimensional supramolecular polymerization of tri-block DNA amphiphiles: sequence-dependence & DNA-chromophore interactions
Muhammad Ghufran Rafique, McGill University, Canada

P1.7 Systematic characterisation of RNA/DNA hybrid toehold exchange kinetics
Francesca Smith, Imperial College London, UK

P1.8 Programmable self-assembly of nanotubes using DNA-origami building blocks
Daichi Hayakawa, Brandeis University, USA

P1.9 Engineering Phase Coexistence in Synthetic DNA Condensates
Diana Tanase, Imperial College London, UK

P1.10 Novel Bionanomaterials Facilitated Through the Coiled-Coil Motif
Julio Bernal-Chanchavac, Arizona State University, USA

P1.11 Engineering compartmentalisation with size-induced phase separation in amphiphilic DNA-condensates
Layla Malouf, Imperial College London, UK

Poster Session 2: Tuesday April 12

DNA Nanostructures: Semantomorphic Science, Biomedical Nanotechnology

P2.1 Beyond Watson-Crick: Self-Assembly of Non-Canonical 3D DNA Motifs
Brandon Lu, New York University, USA

P2.2 Bottom-Up Fabrication of Large-Scale Gold Nanorod Arrays by Surface Diffusion-Mediated DNA Origami Assembly
Risheng Wang, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

P2.3 Mechanical Study of Ligated DNA Crystals
Ruixin Li, Purdue University, USA

P2.4 A DNA origami nanoshell stabilizes cellular membranes
Weitao Wang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

P2.5 Physiological Impact of DNA Origami Anchored to Human Blood Platelets
Vismaya Walawalkar, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

P2.6 Protecting heterochiral DNA nanostructures against exonuclease-mediated degradation
Tracy Mallette, University of New Mexico, USA

P2.7 DNA origami book biosensor for the detection of cancer biomarkers (specific miRNAs)
Ivana Domljanovic, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

P2.8 Monolithic Dual Antibody Clamp (MDAC): A High Avidity FRET Construct for Instant ELISA
Nicolo Maganzini, Stanford University, USA

P2.9 Nanomaterial-enhanced fabrication of ultrasensitive electrochemical DNA biosensor
Krishna Thapa, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

Poster Session 3: Tuesday April 12

DNA Nanosystems: Programmed Function

P3.1 Kinetic proofreading in a DNA strand displacement network
Rakesh Mukherjee, Imperial College London, UK

P3.2 Storage of Mechanical Energy in DNA Nanorobotics Using Molecular Torsion Springs
Matthias Vogt, Technical University Munich, Germany

P3.3 Reaction-diffusion patterning of DNA-based artificial cells
Adrian Leathers, University of Cambridge, UK

P3.4 Detecting short oligonucleotides with DNA nanopores
Luyan Yang, CRPP, CNRS, France

P3.5 DNA-templated conjugation and assembly of molecular components
Seham Helmi, University of Oxford, UK

P3.6 Excitonically Coupled Aggregates of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Dyes Enabled by Covalent DNA Templating
Olga Mass, Boise State University, USA

P3.7 A modular, dynamic, DNA-based platform for regulating cargo distribution and transport between lipid domains
Roger Rubio Sanchez, University of Cambridge, UK

P3.8 Cation-Responsive and Photocleavable Hydrogels from Noncanonical Amphiphilic DNA Nanostructures
Giacomo Fabrini, Imperial College London, UK

P3.9 Sensing and transducing weak forces on hydrogels with DNA circuits
Lei Zhang, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Poster Session 4: Wednesday April 13

DNA Nanosystems: Programmed Function, Nucleic Acid Nanostructures in Vivo

P4.1 Probing Macromolecular Complexes with a Reconfigurable Nanoscale DNA Force Spectrometer
Yuchen Wang, Ohio State University, USA

P4.2 DNA-Stabilized Silver Nanoclusters with Sequence-Programmed Near-Infrared Luminescence
Anna Gonzalez Rosell, University of California, USA

P4.3 Operant conditioning of stochastic chemical reaction networks
David Arredondo, University of New Mexico, USA

P4.4 Investigating DNA-polymer conjugates for therapeutic applications
Sepideh Kaviani, McGill University, Canada

P4.5 Free-form DNA Origami design and higher order DNA origami communication systems
Wolfgang Pfeifer, The Ohio State University, USA

P4.6 pH-responsive A-motif DNA hydrogel: synthesis, characterization, and application
Vinod Morya, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India

P4.7 The programmable nanoscale folding system through wireframe DNA assemblies
Myoungseok Kim, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

P4.8 A Modular Spring-Loaded Actuator for Mechanical Activation of Membrane Proteins
Allan Mills, Centre de Biochimie Structurale, France

P4.9 Geometry of DNA nanostructures influences its endocytosis: Cellular study on 2D, 3D and in-vivo systems
Anjali Rajwar, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India

P4.10 Co-transcriptionally encoded RNA strand displacement circuits: Towards continuous nucleic acid computing in vivo
Samuel Schaffter, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Poster Session 5: Wednesday April 13

Molecular Machinery, Chemical Tools for DNA Technology, Computational Tools for Self-Assembly

P5.1 DNA nunchucks reveal meta-stable bent states of short, double-stranded DNA sequences
Xinyue Ca, University of California, USA

P5.2 Effect of lipid composition on the efficiency of fusogenic DNA nanostructures
Miguel Paez-Perez, Imperial College London, UK

P5.3 DNA Origami for lithographic applications
Ludwig Rotsen, CEA-LETI, France

P5.4 Anion-Specific Structure and Stability of Guanidinium-Bound DNA Origami
Daniel Dornbusch, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V. (HZDR), Germany

P5.5 Long-Timescale Dynamic Self-Assembly of DNA Origami Captured using a Switchable Force Field Coarse-Grained Model
Marcello DeLuca, Duke University, USA

P5.6 popDNA: the DNA conversion toolkit
Samson Petrosyan, University of CA, USA

P5.7 NanoFrame: A web-based DNA wireframe design tool
Samson Petrosyan, University of CA, USA

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:

18 February 2022

Registration deadline:

6 April 2022