Conference Program

Four days, packed with great events

The meeting will begin on Monday, March 20 with registration from 11:00 and welcome address at 13:30. During the following three days various topics of biosensor research and technology will be presented and discussed.

We are delighted to announce four plenary speakers

Hubert Girault  - Bio-SECM of cells and tissues
Jürgen Popp - Biophotonics  and Biomedical spectroscopy
Karsten Haupt - Synthetic antibody mimics and nanomaterials for biosensing
Philip N. Bartlett - DNA detection and discrimination using electrochemical SERS

Be aware, that your contribution is essential for the success of our symposium

General remarks:

The EBS2017 program is run in two parallel sessions.

Plenaries will take place in lecture hall H03.

Parallel sessions with keynotes and oral contributions will take place in the lecture hall H03 and H02.

The length of presentations is as follows:

Plenaries: 45 minutes

Keynotes: 30 minutes (25 minutes plus 5 minutes of discussion)

Oral contributions: 15 minutes (12 minutes plus 3 minutes of discussion)

Please time your presentation accordingly and allow appropriate time for questions. Session chairs will enforce strict timing of presentations. Oral presenters are asked to upload their presentations to the local computer in the lecture hall in the period prior to your session (prefered format: PowerPoint presentation 4:3, 1024 x 768).

All posters will be dislayed throughout the whole symposium in the groundflour of building 6.

Posters can be put up during registration on Monday morning. Adhesive strips and pins will be provided. Posters must be taken down at the end of the meeting on Thursday 23rd March. 

Each poster board is numbered sequentially according to the list of posters in the Book of Abstracts. Poster presenters please consult the Book of Abstracts to check which poster board has been allocated to your poster.  

Attendance of poster presenters is required during  the poster session on Tuesday or Wednesday for queries and discussion. Please check the programme to find out to which session your poster belongs to.  

Poster size: A0 Format, i.e.,  84,1 cm width x 1189 mm height

The exhibition is also in the groundflour of building 6 next to the lecture halls H02 and H03.

March 2017
20.03. - 23.03.2017
Group photo
Book of Abstracts (PDF, 33.8MB)

Plenary Speakers

Hubert Girault
EPFL Valais Wallis
Juergen Popp
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Karsten Haupt
Compiègne University of Technology
Philip N. Bartlett
University of Southampton

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OUR Current Time Table (Tentative)

Tuesday | Biotic vs. abiotic ?

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11:00

Registration, Poster mounting

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Dr. Andrea Wagner

13:30

Welcome address and introduction

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Samuel Roger Smith

13:45

Plenary lecture 1

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Dr. Marc Musterman

14:30

Session 1 (Keynote lecture & 2 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

15:30

Poster viewing & coffee

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

16:30

Session 2 (Keynote & 4 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

18:00

Poster viewing & Exhibition / Get together

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

19:30

Evening lecture 1

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

Wednesday | Geochemical processes and tools

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09:00

Plenary lecture 2

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:45

Session 3 (Keynote & 2 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:45

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:15

Session 4 (Keynote & 4 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

12:45

Lunch break & Poster session 1 & Exhibition

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

14:30

Session 5 (Keynote & 4 presentations)

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

16:00

Coffee

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

16:30

Session 6 (Keynote & 4 presentations)

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

18:00

Poster viewing & Exhibition / Get together

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

19:30

Evening lecture 2

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

Thursday | Carbonate & dolomite ?

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09:00

Plenary lecture 3

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:45

Session 7 (Keynote & 2 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:45

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:15

Session 8 (Keynote & 3 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

12:30

Lunch break & Poster session 2 & Exhibition

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

14:15

Session 9 (Keynote & 5 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

16:15

Social event

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

19:00

Conference Dinner

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

Friday | Final speakers of a great event

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09:00

Plenary lecture 4

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:45

Session 10 (Keynote & 2 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:45

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:15

Session 11 (Keynote & 4 presentations)

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

12:45

Closing remarks

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

13:00

End of the conference

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

Social Program

Participants will have the option to take a guided tour to one of the most visited attractions in Potsdam on Wednesday March 22 afternoon. 

Depending on the number of participants we will offer excursions to Sanssouci Palace, Cecilienhof Castle, and the New Palais. It will only be possible for you to take one tour in this time. 

After the visit you will return to Griebnitzsee, where you are invited to the Conference Dinner.

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