ISBC2016, 19th International Symposium on Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence, Tsukuba, JAPAN, May 29 ~ June 2, 2016.

Programs

Symposium Schedule

May 29(Sunday)

16:00~ Registration [Lobby]
18:00~20:00 Welcome party [Multi-purpose Hall]

May 30(Monday)

Symposium [Main Hall]
9:00~9:10 Opening Remarks
9:10~10:00 Ohba N: Japanese Firefly
10:00~10:20 Coffee Break
10:20~11:10 Zimmer M: Using Bioluminescence To Find New Scientists
11:10~12:00 Zhang X: Chemiluminescence-based sensor arrays: design and application
12:00~13:00 Lunch
13:00~14:00 Poster [Multi-purpose Hall]
Odd number exhibition(13:20-)
14:00~14:20 Coffee Break
Session A [Room101] Session B [Room102]
14:20~15:40 A-1 B-1
15:40~16:00 Coffee Break
16:00~18:10 A-1 B-1

May 31(Tuesday)

Session A [Room101] Session B [Room102]
9:00~10:20 A-2 B-2
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break
10:40~12:00 A-2 B-2
12:00~13:00 Lunch
13:00~14:00 Poster [Multi-purpose Hall]
Even number exhibition(13:20-)
14:00~14:20 Coffee Break
Session A [Room101] Session B [Room102]
14:20~15:40 A-3 B-3
15:40~16:00 Coffee Break
16:00~19:10 A-3 B-3

June 1(Wednesday)

Session A [Room101] Session B [Room102]
9:00~10:20 A-4 B-4
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break
10:40~12:00 A-4 B-4
12:00~ Excursion

June 2(Thursday)

Symposium [Main Hall]
9:00~9:10 Opening Remarks
9:10~10:00 White M:Use of Firefly Luciferase and Fluorescent Proteins for the quantitative analysis of gene expression in single cells
10:00~10:20 Coffee Break
10:20~11:10 Miyawaki A: Fluorescent Protein
Past President Lecture
11:10~12:00 Roda A: Today and tomorrow of bioluminescence & chemiluminescence research
12:00~13:30 Lunch
Woody's Memorial Lectures
13:30~13:40 Opening Remarks
13:40~14:30 Kondo T: Design of circadian clock by dual ATPases of cyanobacterial clock protein KaiC
14:30~15:20 Johnson CH: Coupling Optogenetic Stimulation with BRET Ca ion Sensing
15:20~15:50 Coffee Break
15:50~16:40 Dunlap JC: Circadian Rhythms and Bioluminescence in Fungi
16:40~17:30 Vadim VR: Bioluminescent beetles and displays in the Amazon forest
19:00~ Banquet, Award Ceremony, and Closing
Session #: Topics Chair Co-chair and Keynote Speaker
A: Bioluminescence
A-1: Luciferases and Cell-based Assay Nakajima Y, AIST Michelini E, Univ. of Bologna
A-2: Bioluminescent Sensing and Imaging Ueda H, Tokyo Inst. Tech. Paulmurugan R, Stanford Univ.
A-3: Advances in Bioluminescence Microscopy Ogoh K, Olympus Corp. Fan F, Wood K, Promega Corp.
A-4: Unexplored Bioluminescent Organisms Oba Y, Nagoya Univ. Yampolsky I, Russian Academy of Sciences
B: Chemiluminescence
B-1: Biosensor and Luminescence Kurita R, AIST Xu G, Changchun Inst. App. Chem.
B-2: Analysis using Chemiluminescence Nakashima K, Nagasaki Int. Univ. Al-Dirbashi OY, Univ. of Ottawa
B-3: Fundamentals of Bioluminescence and Related Molecules Akiyama H, Univ. of Tokyo Naumov P, NewYork Univ. Abu Dhabi
B-4: Frontier of the Mechanistic Research on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence Reactions Hirano T, The E&C Univ. Baader JW, Universidade de São Paulo

Presentation Program

Detail Presentation Program (PDF)(revised, May 26NEW!

Abstracts

Abstracts (PDF)(revised, May 20)

Invited Speakers

Invited Symposium Speaker
S-1, Nobuyoshi Ohba, Ohba Firefly Institute, JAPAN Japanese Firefly
S-2, Marc Zimmer, Connecticut College, USA Using Bioluminescence To Find New Scientists
S-3, Xinrong Zhang, Tsinghua University, CHINA Chemiluminescence-based sensor arrays: design and application
S-4, Michael White, Manchester University, UK Use of Firefly Luciferase and Fluorescent Proteins for the quantitative analysis of gene expression in single cells
S-5, Atsushi Miyawaki, RIKEN, JAPAN Fluorescent Protein
S-6, Roland Lindh, Uppsala University, SWEDEN Theoretical studies of bio- and chemiluminescence
S-7, Aldo Roda, Università di Bologna, ITALY Today and tomorrow of bioluminescence & chemiluminescence research
S-8, Takao Kondo, Nagoya University, JAPAN Design of circadian clock by dual ATPases of cyanobacterial clock protein KaiC
S-9, Carl Hirschie Johnson, Vanderbilt University, USA Coupling Optogenetic Stimulation with BRET Ca ion Sensing
S-10, Jay C Dunlap, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA Circadian Rhythms and Bioluminescence in Fungi
S-11, Vadim R Viviani, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, BRAZIL Bioluminescent beetles and displays in the Amazon forest
Invited Keynote Speaker
A1-5, Elisa Michelini, Università di Bologna, ITALY Smartphone-based bioluminescence cell biosensors 
A2-5, Ramasamy Paulmurugan, Stanford University, USA Reporter Protein Complementation Biosensors to Image Functional Status of Proteins in Cells
A3-1, Keith V. Wood, Promega Corporation, USA Luminescence imaging in mammalian cells using NanoLuc
A4-7, Ilia V Yampolsky, Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, RUSSIA Novel Bioluminescence Mechanisms: Higher Fungi and Earthworm Fridericia
B1-3, Guobao Xu, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, CHINA New Materials and Devices for Electrochemiluminescent Analysis
B2-3, Osama Y Al-Dirbashi, University of Ottawa, CANADA Luminescence reagents as a versatile detection tool for bioanalysis
B3-5, Pance Naumov, New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE Firefly oxyluciferin spectrochemistry: What can we learn from it?
B4-3, Wilhelm Josef Baader, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL Medium Effects on the Efficiency of Electron Transfer Catalyzed Chemiluminescence