FOSBE 2016

Computational and engineering methods are at the core of systems biology, synthetic biology and systems medicine. The integration of quantitative data from a variety of sources together with model inference and analysis techniques as well as control theory have proven valuable to decipher biological systems ranging from intracellular mechanisms to human disease.
FOSBE aims at stimulating discussion and fostering collaborations among scientists, from method to theory oriented engineers to experimental and theoretical biologists, interested or working onworking on systems theory applied to life sciences. Major conference topics are:
Modelling of complex biological systems

Extracted from FOSBE 2016 website
Multi-scale and multi-omics data integration and modelling
Network interference and modeling (signaling, regulation, metabolic)
Analysis and modeling of stochastic and heterogeneous systems,
Dynamics and control of biological systems
Design and control of synthetic biological systems and circuits
Systems biology for (red, green, blue and white) biotechnology
Systems medicine
Synthetic biology
Next generation methods and tools for systems and synthetic biology

9 Oct 12 Oct 2016
Organizers
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Otto von Guericke University
Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas - CSIC
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
University of Magdeburg
Speakers
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Harvard Paulson School
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Event Type: 
conference/symposium
Address
Universitätsplatz 2
Laboratory for Systems Theory and Automatic Control Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
39106 Magdeburg
Germany
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