Full programme

Invited speakers
Prof. Dr. David Wales
(University of Cambridge)
Asymmetry in Molecular Science
Dr. Marie-Hélène Verlhac
(Collège de France, Paris)
Asymmetry in Vertebrates
Prof. Dr. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern
(Max Planck Institute Magdeburg)
Enantiomers in Chemistry And Drugs
Prof. Dr. Bin Jiang
(University of Gävle, Sweden)
Asymmetry in Geography
Prof. Dr. Eric Akkermans
(Israel Institute of Technology)
Topological Asymmetries
Moderation of the Symposium:
Alice Guyon (IPMC laboratory, UCA)

Thursday 15 March
Time Conference
9:00am Introducing remarks
9:15am Keynote Lecture, Prof. Dr. David Wales
Symmetry and Asymmetry: from Molecules to Nanodevices
10:15am Invited Presentation, Prof. Dr. Denes Nagy
President of the International Symmetry Society
Symmetry, asymmetry, and dissymmetry in science and art
12:30pm Apéro lunch, Salle à Manger
2:00pm Keynote Lecture, Prof. Dr. Bin Jiang
Scaling Law and Tobler's Law for Characterizing Asymmetries in Geography
6:00pm Keynote Lecture, Prof. Dr. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern
Processes to separate enantiomers
7:00pm Apéritif dînatoire
8:00pm Asymmetry Concert of the Orchestra Casa’rmonie
Orchestration in asymmetry

Friday 16 March
Time Conference
9:00am Keynote Lecture, Dr. Marie-Hélène Verlhac
Asymmetries and symmetries in the mouse oocyte and zygote
10:00am Invited Lecture, Prof. Dr. Christine Noille (Univ. Grenoble Alpes)
Comme ceux qui font de fausses fenêtres pour la symétrie : La Fontaine architecte de ses Fables
12:30pm Apéro lunch, Salle à Manger
2:00pm Keynote Lecture, Prof. Dr. Eric Akkermans
3:00pm Invited Presentation, Valeria Inkler
Asymmetry in Japanese Art

Proceedings of the First European Asymmetry Symposium will be published after the Symposium. The Editor of the Proceedings, the Instructions for Authors, and the Deadline will be published soon.