23rd Joint meeting of Biophysical Chemists and Electrochemists

The "Joint Meeting of Biophysicists and Electrochemists" is an annual event continuing a long tradition where scientists from the fields of biophysics and electrochemistry meet. Originally a purely electrochemical conference held at Masaryk University in Brno, it has transformed into a multidisciplinary meeting of biophysicists and electrochemists.  Now, for the first time, this event will be held in Prague at the J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry and will cover topics at the interface of biophysics and electrochemistry. The successful series of this conference will be organized every year alternately in Brno and Prague.

The main topics in the scope of the meeting are:

  • Electrochemistry and biophysics of molecular (redox) interactions
  • Biosensing and electroanalysis
  • Single-molecule spectroscopy and nanoscopy
  • Molecular electrochemistry and biocatalysis
  • In-silico calculations of molecular interactions  
  • Biointerfaces

Thank you very much for your kind attendance and many congratulations to:

Ravery Sebuyoya for the best contributed talk (Emil Palecek award)

and

Annika Blum, Terezie Dobrovolná and Dorota Sklenárová for the best flash talk presentations awarded by the Czech Biophysical Association and Czech Chemical Society

 

Group photo
Group photo
The winner of the competition for the best contributed talk ( Emil Palecek award): Ravery Sebuyoya
The winner of the competition for the best contributed talk ( Emil Palecek award): Ravery Sebuyoya
The winners of the competition for the best flash talk presentation awarded by the Czech Biophysical association and Czech Chemical Society: Anika Blum, Terezie Dobrovolná, Dorota Sklenárová
The winners of the competition for the best flash talk presentation awarded by the Czech Biophysical association and Czech Chemical Society: Anika Blum, Terezie Dobrovolná, Dorota Sklenárová