Chitin/Chitosan Webinar Series
The current pandemic situation limits our access to scientific conferences and severely restricts scientific communication and the vital exchange of ideas and accomplishments. The European Chitin Society (EUCHIS), therefore, organizes a new webinar series, intending to provide a platform presenting research on chitin, chitosans, and the broader field of polysaccharide science as they relate to chitin and chitosans.
We hope to foster a steady scientific exchange and to bring the diverse research areas in our sciences closer together.
EUCHIS cordially invites you to join our next Webinar.
How to join: No need to register, simply click on the following link at 11am:
The webinars will take place on the last Tuesday of a month, 11am (CET):
Bruno Moerschbacher – University of Münster – Structure-function relationships of chitosans: the pattern of N-acetylation
Abstract and Video (click to expand)
Rupert Kargl – Graz University of Technology – Methods for the processing and shaping of polysaccharide based materials
Vincent Eijsink – Norwegian University of Life Sciences – Lytic Polysaccharide MonoOxygenases (LPMOs): how chitin helped to change our views on enzymatic biomass conversion
Tadeja Katan – Graz University of Technology – Chitosan thin films for in situ glycopeptide synthesis
Thomas Hahn – Fraunhofer IGP – Chitin extraction and chitosan production from non-marine sources
Stefan Cord-Landwehr – University of Münster – Use of chitosan modifying enzymes as analytical toolsVideo (click to expand)
Francisco M. Goycoolea Valencia – University of Leeds – Chitosan-based nanomaterials for gene/drug delivery, and antibacterial control
Celina Vila – University of Santiago de Compostela – Dually crosslinked chitosan nanoparticles block quorum sensing and target bacterial growth at specific cell densitiesVideo (click to expand)
Marcin H. Struszczyk – Institute of Security Technologies “MORATEX” – Medical application of the chitosan in special areas of use
Katja Richter – Heppe Medical Chitosan – ChitosanS in Medicine – points to be considered
Yi-Tung Lu – Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg – Engineering of stable PNIPAM-grafted chitosan / heparin multilayers for biomedical applicationsVideo (click to expand)