Join us for the 1st Hawaiʻi-Pacific Symposium on Multiscale Biophysics

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa  |  August 17-20, 2020

This symposium will bring together biologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers in the Hawaiʻi-Pacific region to discuss novel computational and experimental methods in the general area of biophysics. This symposium will cover two interrelated thematic areas in biophysics.

The first thematic area will focus on computational simulations. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, high-performance computing, molecular dynamics simulation, lipid-protein interaction, nano-bio interaction, drug probing, biomechanics, biomaterial, complex fluid, and soft matter.

The second thematic area will focus on experimental studies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, novel bioanalytical methods, colloidal and surface science, drug and nutrient delivery, food technology, and biomedical applications in understanding health and disease at biological interfaces, such as the pulmonary, gastrointestinal, and ocular interfaces.

Symposium Organizers

Prof. Yi Zuo Prof. Tao Wei Prof. Rui Sun Prof. Will Uspal Prof. Kacie Ho
Prof. Yi Zuo  Prof. Tao Wei Prof. Rui Sun Prof. William Uspal Prof. Kacie Ho

Plenary Speakers

Margaret McFall-Ngai
Director and Professor
Pacific Biosciences Research Center
University of Hawaii at Manoa




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Sponsored by the National Science Foundation