First European Asymmetry Symposium (FEAS)

  • Event Website: http://feas.fr/
  • Event Date: 15 March 2018 to 16 March 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Théâtre du Parc Valrose, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France
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This Symposium proposes a new interdisciplinary approach to strengthen high-level research. World-leading keynote speakers will join this event and present their research.

Complex asymmetric systems such as the origin and evolution of asymmetric life, asymmetric amplification, asymmetric structures, asymmetry in economy and art are far from being understood and expressed and it is expected that fundamental answers can be found by a trans-disciplinary approach only that systematically complements knowledge of traditional individual disciplines. The FEAS is the first European Symposium of its kind. It is intended to attract leading international scientists and researchers and to advance our trans-disciplinary understanding in asymmetry-related phenomena.


The meeting is free of charge but registration before the 25/02/2018 is required.

Invited Speaker

  • 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)

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