3rd Beilstein Symposium on Glyco-Bioinformatics



June 10 - 14, 2013
Hotel am Griebnitzsee
Potsdam, Germany



Aspects covered by the Symposium


  • Molecular dynamics and other methods to model carbohydrate structure and carbohydrate interactions with other biomacromolecules.
  •     Deciphering carbohydrate signals
  •     Structure-function relationships of carbohydrates
  •     Carbohydrate identification, annotation and analysis
  •     High-throughput techniques
  •     Data repositories for glycans
  •     Metadata for the description of glycomics experiments
  •     Software tools for data mining and analysis



Speakers included


Kiyoko Aoki-Kinoshita (Tokyo, Japan)
Rob Field (Norwich, UK)
Sabine Flitsch (Manchester, UK)
Gerry Hart (Baltimore, MD, USA)
Peter Hufnagel (Bremen, Germany)
Niclas Karlsson (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Daniel Kolarich (Potsdam, Germany)
Jung-Hsin Lin (Taipei, Taiwan)
Thisbe Lindhorst (Kiel, Germany)
Hisashi Narimatsu (Tsukuba, Japan)
Milos V. Novotny (Bloomington, IN, USA)
Stefan Oscarson (Dublin, Ireland)
Nicolle Packer (Sydney, Australia)
Jim Paulson (La Jolla, CA, USA)
Erdmann Rapp (Magdeburg, Germany)
Vernon Reinhold (Durham, NH, USA)
Pauline Rudd (Dublin, Ireland)
Jürgen Seibel (Würzburg, Germany)
Ichigaku Takigawa (Sapporo, Japan)
Michael Tiemeyer (Athens, GA, USA)
Robert Woods (Athens, GA, USA)
William York (Athens, GA, USA)



Scientific Committee


Martin Hicks, Carsten Kettner (both Beilstein-Institut) and Peter Seeberger (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, and FU Berlin)