Talks & Posters


08/11/19  “ESCRT-III reshapes vesicles into helical membrane tubes”
visiting Patricia Bassereau group
Institut Curie, Paris (France)

25/04/19  “DNA toroids and spiraling membrane tubes”
visiting Karsten Kruse group
University of Geneva, Geneva (Switzerland)

09/04/19  “DNA toroids and spiraling membrane tubes”
visiting Anđela Šarić group
University College London, London (United Kingdom)

header-logo_updated04/03/19  “Inferring the helix-helix electrostatic interaction strength from the structure of dense DNA toroids”
APS March Meeting, Boston (MA, United States)

28/02/19  “Inferring the strength of helix-helix interactions from the geometry of dense DNA toroids”
visiting John Marko Laboratory
Northwestern University, Evanston (IL, United States)

31/01/19Curvature reduces local compaction in DNA toroids
39th Journées de Physique Statistique
Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris (France)

12/10/18  “Ciambelle di DNA: capire l’elettrostatica dalla geometria” (in italian)
University of CalabriaRende (Italy)

28/09/18  “DNA doughnuts: inferring electrostatics from geometry”
SISSA Molecular and Statistical Biophysics group, Trieste (Italy)

13/09/18  “Inferring the helix-helix interaction strength from the structure of dense DNA toroids”
Italian Soft Days 2018, Padova (Italy)


01/19  “Mechanical modeling of polymers: the case of ESCRT-III”
Heidelberg (Germany)

10/17  “On the growth of helical-pipe protrusions out of lipid bilayers interacting with ESCRT-III subunits”
Cell Physics 2017
Saarbrücken (Germany)

logo_207/17  “The twisted art of twisting donuts”
Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics XIV
Bruneck (Italy)

03/17  “On the inter-filament spacing in dense DNA toroids: a mechanical equilibrium configuration”
Geometry and interactions in self-assembled biological systems
Orsay (France)

09/16  “Geometric frustration in dense DNA”ed5357_3b42073e55f94878833a00b6e91745f0
4th International Soft Matter Conference
Grenoble (France)

nanoplasm2014_scritta06/14  “Photo-induced trans-cis isomerization and temperature stability of Azosilk-4”
Nanoplasm 14 – New Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics
Cetraro (Italy)