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JUNE 8, 2022 | Wednesday

09:00-17:00     Registration


11:00-11:10     Opening remarks | Daumantas Matulis, Conference Chair                      11:10-11:40     Using Isothermal Microcalorimetry to Determine the Stability of                                        Whey Protein Bars
                        Jason Kenealey | Brigham Young University, USA
11:40-12:10     Differential Scanning Calorimetry – A Complimentary                                                        Approach For Biomedical Studies
                        Nichola Garbett | University of Louisville, USA
12:10-12:40     Advances in Biofilm Detection and Monitoring Using Calorimetry,
                        and The Push Towards Clinical Diagnostics Applications
                        Magnus Jansson | Symcel AB, Sweden

12:40-14:00     Lunch


14:00-14:30     Intrinsic Thermodynamics of Protein-ligand Binding by Isothermal
                        Titration Calorimetry for Drug Design
                        Daumantas Matulis | Vilniaus University, Lithuania
14:30-15:00     Physical Bioenergetics of Biological Systems
                        Václav Bočan | Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and                                    Genetics, Germany
15:00-15:30     The Intrinsic Thermodynamic Parameters of Carbonic Anhydrase II                                  and Acetazolamide Interaction
                        Eglė Vitkūnaitė | Vilnius University, Lithuania

15:30-17:00      Coffee break and Poster session

17:15-19:00      Vilnius city tour (free for all participants)
19:00-22:00      Get-together dinner at Burbulis wine bar (free for all participants)

JUNE 9, 2022 | Thursday

08:30-16:00     Registration


09:00-09:30     The Activity of Wood Decaying Fungi Measured by Isothermal                                           Calorimetry
Lars Wadsö | Lund University, Sweden
09:30-10:00      What Relationship Between Heat Generation by Living Organisms,                                 by Heat Engines and by the Human Brain?
Urs von Stockar | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,                                                   Switzerland
10:00-10:30      Differences in Infectivity and Pathogenicity Between Delta and                                         Omicron Strains of SARS-CoV-2 Can Be Explained by Gibbs                                           Energies of Binding and Growth
                         Marko Popovic | Technical University of Munich, Germany

10:30-11:00      Coffee break


11:00-11:30      Isothermal Microcalorimetry and the Development of Antimicrobial                                   Orthopedic Implants and Dental Aligners
                         Olivier Braissant | University of Basel, Switzerland
11:30-12:00      Biocalorimetry – An Early Warning Tool for the Detection of                                               Legionella Pneumophila in Drinking Water                                                                          Christian Fricke | University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
12:00-12:30      Calorimetric Heat Waves to Study the Soil Sensitivity to                                                   Temperature
                         Nieves Barros | University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

12:30-14:00      Lunch

14:00-15:00      Poster session
15:00-16:00      ISBC meeting
16:20-22:00      Social program: excursion to Trakai and Conference dinner in Apvalaus                           Stalo Klubas restaurant in Trakai (free of charge for all conference                                   participants)

JUNE 10, 2022 | Friday

09:00-12:00     Registration


09:30-10:00     Isothermal Titration Calorimetry For The Analysis of the Kinetics                                      and Completeness of Enzymatic Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)                                  Nanoplastic Degradation
                        Thomas Mascow | Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research –                                  UFZ, Germany
10:00-10:30     A Calorimetric Study of Interactions in the Systems of Charged                                        Surfactants and Ionic Poly(amino acid)s
                        Vytautas Petrauskas | Vilnius University, Lithuania

10:30-11:00     Coffee break


11:00-11:30     Conserved Patterns of Heat Release From Cultured                                                         Microorganisms Reveal Simple Growth-Metabolism Relations
                        Karim Fahmy | HZDR, Institute of Resource Ecology and TU, Germany
11:30-12:00     Isothermal Calorimetry and Complementary Methods to                                                    Understand Nucleotide-Based Second Messenger Action on                                            Proteins
                        Gert Bange | Philipps University Marburg, Germany
12:00               Closing remarks | Daumantas Matulis, Conference Chair