Programme

The detailed schedule can be found here.

Plenary lectures

Stochastic Modeling
Pieter Rein TEN WOLDE
Modeling noise in biochemical networks
Ruth BAKER
Variance reduction approaches to efficient stochastic simulation
Network model inference
Ann BABTIE
Model inference and uncertainty in systems biology
Jörg STELLING
Identification of dynamic cellular network models under uncertainty
Control Theory in Systems Biology
Hana EL-SAMAD
Anticipators and Procrastinators, Synthetic Biology and Big Data
Julio BANGA
Optimal control in systems and synthetic biology
Evolutionary Systems
Tanja STADLER
Pathogen dynamics through a phylogenetic lens – zooming into the spread of  Ebola, Diphtheria, Tuberculosis, Influenza and HIV
Isabel GORDO
Following evolution of commensal bacteria in real time
Aleksandra WALCZAK
Diversity of immune systems
Dynamical Systems
Geneviève DUPONT
Switches, oscillations and waves in cell biology: a modeling-based approach
David RAND
Cell signaling: stochastic dynamics, information and decision-making
Outlook Keynote
Douglas KELL
The cellular uptake of pharmaceutical drugs is mediated by proteinaceous transporters and is thus a problem not of biophysics but of systems biology

 

Afternoon blackboard teaching and hands-on sessions

Gregory BATT
Basics in modeling and model calibration: the toggle switch example
Frank BRUGGEMAN
Bacterial fitness maximisation and phenotypic diversification strategies
Claudine CHAOUIYA
Qualitative dynamical modelling of (multi-) cellular networks
Eugenio CINQUEMANI
Modeling of stochastic gene expression
Hidde DE JONG
Dynamic models integrating metabolism and gene expression
Markus KRANTZ
Scalable mechanistic modeling of cellular signal transduction

Comments are closed