The first East Asian symposium was held in 2018 in Okayama, Japan, and the second East Asian symposium will be held in this summer at Seoul National University. Prominent single-molecule scientists from South Korea, China, Singapore and Japan will share their recent scientific results and promote their friendship with fellow scientists.
The third meeting will be held in Chengdu, China in 2020 and the fourth meeting will be held in Singapore in 2021. The organizing committee expects that our symposium will develop into a central forum of the single-molecule biological sciences in this increasingly important area.
Time: July 25(Thu) - July 27(Sat), 2019
Place: Seoul National University
Gang Chen(Nanyang Technological University)
Wei Chen (Zhejiang University)
Seok-Cheol Hong (Korea University)
Changbong Hyeon (KIAS)
Ryota Iino (Institute for Molecular Science (IMS))
Mitsuhiro Iwaki (RIKEN)
Wei Ji (Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Pakorn Kanchanawong (National University of Singapore)
Motoshi Kaya (The University of Tokyo)
Ja Yil Lee (UNIST)
Nam Ki Lee (Seoul National University)
Ying Lu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Hye Yoon Park (Seoul National University)
Fazhan Shi (University of Science and Technology China)
Tsuyoshi Terakawa (Kyoto University)
Ming Li (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Hiroyuki Noji (The University of Tokyo)
Jie Yan (National University of Singapore)
Tae-Young Yoon (Seoul National University)
There is no registration fee for the symposium.
All attendees will be provided with lunch boxes during the symposium and invited to the banquet, which will be on July 25.
Attendees who want to participate in the poster session (on July 25) are encouraged to submit an abstract for a poster presentation. The recommended poster size is 90cm x 120cm (width x height), and the abstract template can be downloaded here. Please send your abstract to email@example.com, hopefully, before July 20.
Best posters will be awarded at the end of the Symposium on Jul 27.
Invited speakers will be offered accommodations at the Hoam faculty house at Seoul National University. We ask other attendees to arrange for their hotel rooms.
The following are recommended for other attendees:
All hotels are close to Sillim station (Subway line 2/green line). For specific directions to the symposium site, see here.