Programme

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Sunday – 11. September
3:30 pm Registration and Check-In
7:00 pm Welcome Reception

Monday – 12. September
8:00 - 08:30 Welcome and Introduction
8:30 - 09:30 Plenary I - Gregor Sersa
9:30 - 09:45 Coffeebreak
Oral Session I: Medical/Clinical Applications
09:45 - 10:15 O1-1-1.2 - invited: Connolly, Richard
Adaptive Electroporation Technology for Intratumoral Immunotherapy
10:15 - 10:45 O1-1-3.4 - invited Nuccitelli, Richard
Optimizing Nano-Pulse Electro-Signalling (NPES) parameters for activating immunogenic apoptosis and inhibiting metastasis
10:45 - 11:15 O1-1-5.6 - invited Robert, Eric
Non thermal plasma jets and plasma jet electric fields for biomedical and agricultural applications
11:15 - 11:30 O1-1-7 - Ran, Sun
Preclinical study of irreversible electroporation ablation in lung and kidney in pigs
11:30 - 11:45 O1-1-8 - Ren, Zhigang
Local Liver Ablation with Pulsed Electric Field Stimulate Systemic Immune Reaction against hepatocellular carcinoma with Time-dependent Cytokine Profile
11:45 - 01:00 Lunchbreak
Oral Session II: Devices and Methods & Environmental Applications, Biomass Treatment, Food Treatment
01:00 - 01:30 O1-2-1.2 - invited: Vernier, Thomas
Beyond the "Standard Model" of Electroporation — Physical and Physiological Components of the Electropermeome
01:30 - 02:00 O1-2-3.4 - invited: Kempkes, Mike
PEF Industrialization Status
02:00 - 02:15 O1-2-5 - Pemen, Guus
The pulsed electric field of a plasma for biomedical applications
02:15 - 02:30 O1-2-6 - Teissié, Justin
Direct observations of electrostretching associated to pulsed electric field delivered on vesicles and cells
02:30 - 02:45 O1-2-7 - Pillet, Flavien
Pulsed Electric Fields induce cell-envelope damages on bacterial spores
02:45 - 03:00 Coffeebreak
Oral Session III: Basic Research & Methods: DNA delivery, selectivity, ablation
03:00 - 03:30 O1-3-1.2 - invited: Heller, Richard
Gene Electrotransfer an Effective Approach for Delivering Plasmid DNA to the Skin
03:30 - 03:45 O1-3-3 - Gianulis, Elena
Selective killing by nsPEF across multiple types of cancer and non-cancer cells
03:45 - 04:00 O1-3-4 - Guo, Siqi
Nanosecond Electric Pulses as Ablation-Immunotherapy for Advanced Breast Cancer
04:00 - 04:15 O1-3-5 - Gomonov, Sergey
Tumor treating fields can disrupt cancer cell proliferation by means of inwardly rectifying K+ channels
04:15 - 04:30 O1-3-6 - Poignard, Clair
Dynamical numerical model for clinical IRE ablation of liver tumors
04:30 - 04:45 O1-3-7 - Mir, Lluis
Non-invasive and Label-Free Optical Spectroscopy Techniques to Investigate the Interaction between Intense Pulsed Electric Fields and Biological Samples
07:00 - 08:00 Consortium Meeting
08:00 -09:00 Consortium Dinner


Tuesday – 13. September
08:15 - 08:30 Introduction and Announcements
08:30 - 09:30 Plenary II - Bennett Ibey
09:30 - 09:45 Coffeebreak
Oral Session IV: Plasmas, shock waves, cell deformation, electroporation
09:45 - 10:15 O2-1-1.2 - invited: Lukes, Petr
Effects of atmospheric plasma jet on bacterial cell membrane integrity
10:15 - 10:30 O2-1-3 - Wende, Kristian
Atmospheric Pressure Plasma in Biotechnology
10:30 - 10:45 O2-1-4 - Hosseini, Hamid
Impulsive shock acceleration of free-surface for novel drug/vaccine delivery
10:45 - 11:00 O2-1-5 - Semenov, Iurii
Plasma membrane permeabilization by temporally separated 300 ns pulses
11:00 - 11:15 O2-1-6 - Masur, Kai
Plasma Medicine: From Bench to Bedside
11:15 - 11:30 O2-1-7 - Heller, Loree
Gene electrotransfer affects expression of cytosolic DNA sensors in tumor cells in vitro
11:30 - 11:45 O2-1-8 - Damas, Maria
The electroporation of guard cells improves the quality of dried Genovese basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) leaves
11:45 - 01:00 Lunchbreak
Oral Session V: Basic Research: Tumor treatments
01:00 - 01:30 O2-2-1.2 - invited: Krog Frandsen, Stine
Calcium electroporation induces tumor necrosis whilst sparing surrounding normal tissue
01:30 - 01:45 O2-2-3 - Cenazar, Maja
Effect of Calcium electroporation on different types of cells
01:45 - 02:00 O2-2-4 - Muratori, Claudia
Lowering temperature after nanoelectroporation assists cell ablation
02:00 - 02:15 O2-2-5 - Zhuang, Jie
Dielectric Investigation of Normal and Malignant Cells Exposed to Nanosecond Pulsed Electric Field
02:15 - 02:30 O2-2-6 - Kranjc, Simona
Radiosensitization of tumors by combined modality approach of gene electrotransfer of plasmid encoding shRNA for silencing endoglin and tumor irradiation, a proof of concept
02:30 - 02:45 O2-2-7 - Pakhomova, Olga
Enhancement of nsPEF ablation in 3D cell cultures and in vivo by electrosensitization
02:45 - 03:00 Coffee Break
03:00 - 04:45 Poster Session
P-01 - Sersa, Gregor
Bleomycin pharmacokinetic in in head and neck cancer patients treated with electrochemotherapy; implications for the lowering of the dose
P-02 - Kempkes, Mike
Pulsed Electric Fields for Algal Extraction and Predator Control
P-03 - Guionet, Alexis
Lipids extraction from Botryococcus braunii algae using pulsed electric field
P-10 - Gusbeth, Christian
Microalgae Respond to an Abiotic Stress Induced by Nanosecond Pulsed Electric Fields
P-04 - Banaschik, Robert
Pulsed Corona Plasma and Pulsed Electric Fields for the decontamination of water containing Legionella pneumophila
P-05 - Sozer, Esin B.
Molecular transport in the electropermeome — measurements and models
P-06 - Merla, Caterina
A coplanar waveguide system for cells EM exposure and real time Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman (CARS) imaging
P-07 - Xiao, Shu
Collapse of Microbubbles
P-08 - Xiao, Shu
A New Pulse Delivery Utilizing the Cancellation Effect by Biphasic Nanosecond Pulses
P-09 - Shi, Fukun
Impedance measurement of epithelial cells after exposure to nanosecond pulsed electric fields
P-11 - Steuer, Anna
Nanosecond Pulsed Electric Fields Decrease the Elasticity of WB F344 Cells Exposed in Monolayers
P-12 - Miron, Camelia
Effect of Pulsed Electric Fields on Myocardial Tissue
06:00 - 7:00 Conference Banquet Reception
7:00 Conference Banquet

Wednesday – 14. September
08:15 - 08:30 Introduction and Announcements
08:30 - 09:30 Plenary III - Thomas von Woedtke
09:30 - 09:45 Coffeebreak
Oral Session VI: Basic Research: Stimulation, immune response, delivery
09:45 - 10:15 O3-1-1.2 - invited: Pakhomov, Andrei
Stimulation and permeabilization of adult ventricular myocytes by nano- to millisecond electric pulses
10:15 - 10:30 O3-1-3 - Steelman, Zachary A.
Cellular Response to High Pulse Repetition Rate Nanosecond Pulses
10:30 - 10:45 O3-1-4 - Falk, Hanne
Immune Response Initiated by Calcium Electroporation
10:45 - 11:00 O3-1-5 - Hoejholt, Karen
Time- and temperature dependency in calcium electroporation
11:00 - 11:15 O3-1-6 - Onishi, Nobuaki
Intracellular Ca2+ Mobilization Caused by Microseconds and Nanoseconds Electrical Pulses
11:15 - 11:30 O3-1-7 - Hoff, A.
Molecular Delivery and Tissue Electrostatics
11:30 - 11:45 O3-1-8 - Steuer, Anna
Combined treatment of cells in monolayers with nanosecond pulsed electric fields and cold atmospheric pressure plasma jet
11:45 - 01:00 Lunchbreak
Oral Session VII: Basic Research: Nerve and wound Stimulation
01:00 - 01:30 O3-2-1.2 - invited: Wilke, Robert
External stimulation of nerve cells by displacement current pulses
01:30 - 01:45 O3-2-3 - Kowtharapu, Bahwani
Role of external electric field application in corneal stromal wound healing
01:45 - 02:00 O3-2-4 - Barnes, Ronald
Probe beam deflection optical imaging of electrostrictive pressure fields and thermal excitation during nanosecond electric pulse (nsEP) exposures in-vitro
02:00 - 02:15 O3-2-5 - Zemlin, Christian
Low-energy Defibrillation with Nanosecond Electric Shocks
02:15 - 02:30 O3-2-6 - Casciola, Maura
Damage free nerve stimulation by 10 nanosecond electric pulses
02:30 - 02:45 O3-2-7 - Valdez, C.M.
The Effects of Nanosecond Electric Pulses on Skeletal Muscle
02:45 - 03:00 Coffeebreak
Oral Session VIII: Models & Methods: Cell membrane oxidation, impedance spectroscoy, food treatment
03:00 - 03:30 O3-3-1.2 - invited: Tarek, Mounir
High intensity electric fields enhance cell membranes oxidation A Molecular Simulations study
03:30 - 03:45 O3-3-3 - Montgomery, Noel
An Electric Conductivity Model of White Matter Based on Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data
03:45 - 04:00 O3-3-4 - Fawcett, T.
Development of Fast Impedance Spectrometer for Integration into Electric Field Mediated Gene Delivery
04:00 - 04:15 O3-3-5 - Pliquet, Uwe
Test of electrode materials for PEF-treatment
04:15 - 04:30 O3-3-6 - Witt, Julian
Industrial application of Pulsed Electric Fields (PEF) in the food industry
04:30 - 04:45 O3-3-7 - Schlüter, Oliver
Cold atmospheric pressure plasma treatment of low-moisture foods


Thursday – 15. September
08:15 - 08:30 Introduction and Announcements
08:30 - 09:30 Plenary IV - Peter Nick
09:30 - 09:45 Coffeebreak
Oral Session IX: Basic Research & Environmental Applications: Pulse generators, biomass extraction, disinfection
09:45 - 10:15 O4-1-1.2 - invited: Xiao, Shu
None-invasive delivery of picosecond pulses for electrical stimulation
10:15 - 10:30 O4-1-3 - Pirc, Eva
Nanosecond Electroporator with Diode Opening Switch and Silicon Carbide MOSFETs
10:30 - 10:45 O4-1-4 - Kajiwara, Taiga
High Intensity Sterilization of Liquid Using Intense Pulsed Electric Fields Combined with Moderate Thermal Exposure
10:45 - 11:00 O4-1-4 - Frey, Wolfgang
Parasitic Microalgae Precipitation in PEF Treatment Chambers
11:00 - 11:15 O4-1-5 - Zocher, Katja
Enhancement cell wall rupture of microalgae by spark discharges
11:00 - 11:15 O4-1-6 - Zhang, Ruiqing
Dose-effect study of nanosecond pulse electric field (nsPEF) for ablation treatment of hepatic cystic echinococcosis
11:30 - 11:45 Conference Closing
11:45 - 01:00 Lunchbreak
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