The conference will be an interdisciplinary discussion meeting on patterns
and geometry, and their role in biological and synthetic microstructured
materials and tissue. We invite contributions from biology, chemistry,
materials science, mathematics, physics and related fields addressing
the genesis, properties and function of complex nano-scale geometries,
as well as underlying geometric and topological concepts for the study
of complex structure and shape.
The conference will run from Monday morning 14 September 2015 to the late afternoon of Friday 18 September and will feature an extended poster session, 15-20 contributed talks as well as invited lectures by.
The conference is hosted at the Technical University of Berlin on Strasse des 17. Juni that leads right up to the famous Brandenburg Gate, next to Reichstag, the parliament of Germany. Museum Island, Berliner Philhamonie, Opera Houses, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Television Tower and other famous sites are within a few kilometers walking distance and are easily accessible via public transport that connects all of inner Berlin - from vibrant Prenzlauer Berg to Gendarmenmarkt at the heart of Berlin. All lectures and the poster session will take place at the Institute of Mathematics, Strasse des 17. Juni 136.
We are inviting abstracts for contributed oral presentations and for posters. We encourage you to use the latex-template on the website and to include both attractive images and references in your abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is 31 May 2015, Registration will open 15 June 2015.
We are hopeful of encouraging people from a wide variety of scientific and mathematical backgrounds to attend. Any queries can be addressed to the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.