Glyco@Club days

from April 23, 2018 to April 24, 2018

Glyco@Club is pleased to organize the first “Glyco@Alps days” for PhD students, post-docs and young researchers. It will take place on April, 23th and 24th at the Station Alpine Joseph Fourier
The Glyco@Club days are intended to PhD students, post-docs and young researchers who are interested by Glycosciences. It will be a a good opportunity to get to know each other and to create a community. There will be talks about various scientific topics. Participants are invited to present their research with a poster.
The event will take place in the beautiful Station Alpine Joseph Fourier in the Ecrin national park. Surrounded by mountains, we will also enjoy this venue.

Online Registration is free.
Register here before February 20th 2018

Ecole CNRS métabarcoding

CNRS school metabarcoding LECA in the garden of Lautaret, work in subgroup on the terrace of the gallery of Alpe (May 2017)


Preliminary programm

9:00    Departure from Grenoble
11:00    Settle down
12:00-12:30    Welcome speech
Jean-Gabriel Valay (Station Alpine Joseph Fourier)
Anne Imberty (Glyco@Alps)
Christelle Breton (Glyco@Club - Doctoral school)
12:30-13:30    Lunch
13:30-14:30    Presentation of Glyco@Alps Labs (part 1)
Glyco@Club PhD students 
14:30-16:00    WP3 science presentation session
Laurent Heux (Cermav)
Yingjie Liao (postdoc, Cermav)
L'auto-assemblage de glycopolymères afin de réaliser des films nanostructurés sur de très longues distances
Hippolyte Durand (PhD student, LGP2)
Microfibrilles de cellulose comme nouveau matériau biosourcé pour préparer des systèmes souples de réparation pariétale
16:00-16:30    Break
16:30-18:00    WP1 science presentation session
Christine Chirat (LGP2)
Vivien Deloule (PhD student, LGP2)
18:00-19:15    WP5 science presentation session
Maud Rio (G-Scop) 
Aurélie Level (IR, GAEL) 
19:15-20:30    Dinner
7:30-8:00    Breakfast
8:00-9:00    Presentation of Glyco@Alps Labs (part 2)
Glyco@Club PhD students
9:00-10:30    WP4 science presentation session
Speaker to be confirmed
François Bonnardel (PhD student, Cermav)
A bioinformatics study of lectin classification and identification in genomes
10:30-11:00    Break
11:00-12:30    WP2 science presentation session
Franck Fieschi (IBS)
David Goyard (DCM)
Arnaud Masselin (Cermav)
Unprecedented affinity labeling of carbohydrate-binding proteins with clickable 1,3,5-triazinyl-glycosides
12:30-14:00    Lunch
14:00-16:00    Outside activity
16:00-16:30    Conclusion speech
Jean-Gabriel Valay (Station Alpine Joseph Fourier)
Anne Imberty (Glyco@Alps)
Christelle Breton (Glyco@Club - Doctoral school)
17:00    Departure from Lautaret

Published on February 13, 2018

Practical informations


Station Alpine Joseph Fourier
Jardin Alpin du Lautaret