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Optimisation techniques in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology

In many different problems from bioinformatics and systems biology (e.g. multi parameter estimation, reverse engineering of gene networks, multi-alignment problem, 3D structure prediction etc.) various optimisation methods are applied. In this course you will get acquainted with the underlying mathematics of optimization and with a selection of local and global optimization methods. In addition, throughout this course a great variety… Continue reading

The FAIRDOMHub Systems Biology Commons is Open!

FAIRDOMHub is a centrally hosted repository for managing and sharing systems biology research. It enables independent researchers, projects and programmes to manage or publish datasets, link them together, interlink them with mathematical models, and share them in the context of the protocols that produced them and the publications that describe them. FAIRDOM therefore provides a collaboration environment for researchers and an… Continue reading

BioSB 2016: Dutch Bioinformatics & Systems Biology conference

The second edition of the Dutch Bioinformatics & Systems Biology conference will be organised on April 19 & 20 2016, at Congrescentrum De Werelt in Lunteren, the Netherlands. BioSB 2016 discusses the latest developments in bioinformatics, systems and computational biology and interrelated disciplines, and their wide-ranging applications in life sciences & health, agriculture, food & nutrition. Continue reading

Discovering Systems Biology Principles

This course enables the student to discover biological principles that underlie biological networks. The course will first acquaint the student with the concepts of concentrations, rates, fluxes, steady state, production and transport. Date: 23-27 November 2015 Programme:  The course will first acquaint the student with the concepts of concentrations, rates, fluxes, steady state, production and transport. Several phenomena will be explained based… Continue reading

Dresden Summerschool in Systems Biology

Computational methods are rapidly gaining importance in all fields of biology. Computational data analysis, modeling, and simulation are on the way to become as indispensable to the life sciences as mathematics is to physics. This school provides lectures and tutored hands-on training in spatiotemporal modeling and simulation of biological systems for students with a computational/quantitative background. It is intended primarily… Continue reading

Maastricht University appoints Chris Evelo professor ‘Bioinformatics for integrative systems biology’

Professor Chris Evelo will deliver his inaugural lecture ‘Puzzling with the pathways of life’ March 6, 16.30 at the Aula of Maastricht University. Everyone interested is welcome to attend the lecture. Chris Evelo, one of the founding members of DTL, will occupy an endowed chair in ‘Bioinformatics for integrative systems biology’. He is head of the Department of Bioinformatics –… Continue reading
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