Invitation to Systems Biology Seminar Talks

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Invitation to Systems Biology Seminar Talks
UNIVERSITÄT
STUTTGART
Invitation to Systems Biology Seminar Talks
Place: Stuttgart-Vaihingen
The exact venue will be given in the personal invitation
If you would like to be added to the mailing list please send an e-mail to:
[email protected]
30.04.2009
14.00 Uhr
08.05.2009
“Warum sind Zellen komplex? - Systembiologische Ansätze zur Untersuchung von FeedbackMechanismen in biologischen Netzwerken” - ANTRITTSVORLESUNG Juniorprof. Nicole Radde
IST, Universität Stuttgart
14.00 Uhr
The KaiABC circadian clock - highly robust against intracellular perturbations yet
most sensitive to external cues
Dr. Markus Kollmann
Institut für Theoretische Biologie, Humboldt-Universität Berlin
11.05.2009
11.00 Uhr
Analyzing emergent behaviour in cellular automaton models of cancer invasion
Prof. Andreas Deutsch
TU Dresden
27.05.2009
10.00 Uhr
Questioning the precision in transcriptome-based inference
Prof. M. Niranjan
University of Southampton, UK
12.06.2009
15.00 Uhr
Vascular graph model to simulate the cerebral blood flow in realistic vascular networks
Johannes Reichold
Institute for fluid dynamics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
16.06.2009
14.00 Uhr
Analysis of intracellular networks
Prof. Jürgen Jost
MPI für Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften, Leipzig
23.06.2009
17.00 Uhr
A systems biology approach to developing targeted therapies
Dr. Birgit Schoeberl
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, Cambridge MA, USA
03.07.2009
15.00 Uhr
Systems approaches to biological complexity
Prof. Jörg Stelling
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
07.07.2009
14.00 Uhr
Mechanical aspects of tumour growth
Prof. Luigi Preziosi
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
10.07.2009
15.00 Uhr
Bayesian Methodology: Reliable without Foundations?
Juniorprof. Gregor Betz
Institut für Philosophie, Universität Stuttgart
17.07.2009
A model-based approach towards the understanding and improvement of antibody
production: controlling the in vitro through the in silico
Dr. A. Mantalaris
Imperial College London, UK
15.00 Uhr
24.07.2009
14.00 Uhr
Computerbasierte Modellierung elektromechanischer Eigenschaften von Skelettmuskeln:
Kopplung von Zell- und Organebene
Juniorprof. Oliver Röhrle
Institut für Mechanik (Bauwesen), Universität Stuttgart