October 21
Day2: October 21st (Monday), 8:30am-21:55pm 
Opening Ceremony
Venue:Long Pan Ballroom
    Time Schedule
7:00-8:30 Breakfast
8:30-8:45 Opening of the conference: Welcome note from organizers
Time Speaker Title /Affiliation
8:45-8:50 Zhiguo Zhang Introduction to first keynote speaker
8:50-9:50 Keynote Presentation:
Danesh Moazed
How epigenetic memory is propagated
(Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, USA)
Session 1: Replicating the epigenome 
Time: October 21st  9:50-12:20       Venue:Long Pan Ballroom
No. Time Speaker Title / Affiliation
  9:50-12:20 Session Chair: Jessica Tyler
1 9:50-10:15 Dave MacAlpine Disruption and repair of chromatin at a site-specific DNA break
(Duke University Medical Center, USA)
2 10:15-10:30 Zheng Zhou Structural mechanism of nucleosome dynamics governed by histone H2A variants H2A.B or H2A.Z.2.2
(Institute of Biophysics, CAS, China)
10:30-10:50   Coffee break and meet the speakers
3 10:50-11:15 Daochun Kong Replication fork stalling and the formation of heterochromatin domains
(Peking University, China)
4 11:15-11:40 Mirit Aladjem Chromatin Interactions Set Replication Origin Priorities to Maintain Genome Integrity
(National Cancer Institute, USA)
5 11:40-12:05 Jin-Qiu Zhou Telomere maintenance in single chromosome yeast
(Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology ,CAS, China)
6 12:05-12:20 Fei-Long Meng ERCC6L2 Promotes Orientation-specific Non-homologous End Joining during Immune Diversification
(Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology , CAS, China)
12:20-13:30  Lunch
13:30-15:30  Poster session 1
15:30-16:00  Group picture

Session 2: Nucleosome assembly during DNA replication and repair
Time: October 21st  16:00-17:30       Venue:Long Pan Ballroom
No. Time Speaker Title / Affiliation
  16:00-17:30 Session Chair: Mirit Aladjem
1 16:00 –16:25 Jessica Tyler Chromatin assembly and disassembly during DNA double-strand break repair
(Weill Cornell Medicine, USA
2 16:25-16:50 Qing Li Decoding the communication between histone chaperones and the replisome
(Peking University, China)
3 16:50-17:15 Zhiguo Zhang Mechanistic studies on the transfer of parental histones to replicating DNA strands
(Columbia University, USA)
4 17:15-:17:30 Xiangwei He Centromere repositioning causes inversion of meiosis and  generates a reproductive barrier
(Zhejiang University, China)
17:30-20:00 Speaker Dinner

Session 3: Chromosome dynamics during genome maintenance
Time: October 21st  20:00-21:55                   Venue:Long Pan Ballroom
No. Time Speaker Title / Affiliation
  20:00-21:55 Session Chair: Qing Li
1 20:00-20:25 Rodney Rothstein Poetry in motion: Increased chromosomal mobility after DNA damage
(Columbia University Irving Medical Center, USA)
2 20:25-20:50 Yunyu Shi TRIM66 reads unmodified H3R2K4 and H3K56ac to respond to DNA damage in embryonic stem cells
(University of Science and Technology of China, China)
3 20:50-21:15 Evi Soutoglou Centromeric chromatin permits Double Strand Break repair by homologous recombination in G1
(Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire, France)
4 21:15-21:40 Guohong Li H2A.Z Facilitates Licensing and Activation of Early Replication Origins
(Institute of Biophysics, CAS , China)
5 21:40-21:55 Xuefeng Chen Rtt105 promotes the sequential assembly of RPA and Rad51 on ssDNA during homologous recombination
(Wuhan University, China)