XI. Annual Linz Winter Workshop in Linz, Austria

We would like to invite you to attend the XI. Annual Linz Winter Workshop in Linz, Austria, held from February 6th to February 9th, 2009.

The workshop will focus on biological single molecule research and nano-science, and include force and optical microscopy/spectroscopy techniques. It is the aim to provide a common platform for industry and academia. Sponsors of the meeting will be the University of Linz and Agilent Technologies.

Program:

Friday, February 6th, 7.00 pm: Get together and Registration.
Saturday, February 7th: Talks and Poster Sessions, Evening: Castle Dinner.
Sunday, February 8th: Talks and Poster Sessions, Evening: Reception.
Monday, February 9th: Talks continued until 6 pm.

We will also have a skiing day in the Austrian alps on Friday, 6th, and a Winter School for young scientists and new-comers from February 3rd to February 5th.

We would very much look forward to your coming.

Further information and registration will be soon available at
www.agilent.com/find/linzconference and http://www.biophysics.jku.at/

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