"ArtMoMa, an Innovative European Training Network focusing on the emerging field ofartificial molecular machines, is happy to invite you to its 1st public workshop on Bionanotechnology & Biomolecular Machines. Invited talks will include newest results onMicrorobotics and Motility, Dynamic DNA Nanotechnology and Synthetic Protein Systems.ArtMoMa is designed to push the current scientific boundaries and to explore entirely newdirections of fundamental research towards technologically relevant implementations: thismeeting will provoke exciting discussions on novel applications of well-controlledmolecular movements and their orchestration in large systems."

Prof. Stefan Diez - University of Dresden & Prof. A. J. Turberfield - University of Oxford, co-organisers of the 1st ArtMoMa public workshop.

Hybrid workshop

The workshop will take place as a hybrid event offering the possibility for participants toattend either on site - at the University of Dresden / B CUBE building (How to get there?) or online (link upon registration).


For non-members of the ArtMoMa network, the following fees apply:

  • On-site: 100€ incl. lunches and social event (dinner on Nov. 2)
  • On-line: 50€

Register by Oct. 22nd directly from this website under the link "Registration" in the left.

There is a limited capacity of seats for the on-site participation. If the capacity is reached, registrants will be informed upon registration and redirected to the online attendance.

For any question, please email ‎

Health & safety

An health and safety protocols will be put in place:

  • Each participants will have to provide evidence of 3G (vaccinated, recovered or tested)
  • It is compulsory to wear a mouth and nose cover in closed rooms and whenever adistance of 1.50 meters cannot be maintained

Further measures might apply based on the situation at the time of the workshop.


This workshop is co-organised by the University of Dresden and the University of Oxford in the frame of the first ArtMoMa Autumn School.
ArtMoMa is an Innovative Training Network funded by the European Union’sHorizon 2020 research and innovation programme - Marie Skłodowska-CurieActions (grant agreement No 860434).


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