Advanced Lecture Course on Systems Biology
February 28 - March 5, 2016
Hotel Grauer Bär, Innsbruck, Austria
On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Board, it is a pleasure to invite you to the Advanced Lecture Course on Systems Biology.
Systems Biology is one of the most prominent newly emerging interdisciplinary science areas. By connecting fields such as genomics, proteomics, cell biology, medicine, molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics, with mathematics, bioinformatics, engineering and computation, it enables discovery of yet unknown principles underlying the functioning of living cells. At the same time testable and predictive models of complex cellular pathways and eventually of whole cells are generated, which are useful for efficient experimental design and bioengineering and the network-based design of drugs and therapies. This advanced lecture course will cover essential and state-of-the-art aspects of SysBio from principles and methods through the modeling of living systems to applications in biotechnology and medicine.
We were able to commit many leading experts to participate as lecturers, tutors, black-board teachers and informal poster discussants and we are thus confident that this course will be an outstanding lecture course with an exquisite scientific program. It will open the doors for regular student training in Systems Biology in Europe, provide a basis for a human network of young Systems Biology experts, and provide a centre for other Systems Biology discussions between scientists and funders.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Innsbruck, Austria.
The Course Organizers
|Edda Klipp (DE)
||Ursula Kummer (DE)
|Uwe Sauer (CH)
||Karl Kuchler (AT)
April 7, 2016: The scientific programme has been updated with download links for lectures and courses (login required!)
December 21, 2015: IMPORTANT: The registration deadline has been extended to January 1st. 2016
December 8, 2015: The social programme has been updated.
December 2 & 3, 2015: The scientific programme has been updated.
November 3, 2015: The course registration is now open.
October 11, 2015: The course information is online.
||SystemsX.ch: The Swiss Initiative in Systems Biology is currently the biggest research initiative underway in Switzerland with the mandate to promote Systems Biology. The consortium comprises fifteen equal partners: two federal universities, eight cantonal universities and five other research institutions. The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) supervises and safeguards the quality of the research and the initiative as a whole.