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2nd International Workshop on Systems Biology

August 17-20, 2008.

the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
http://www.hamilton.ie/SystemsBiology/Workshop2008/

On-line registration closes: May 1, 2008

The Hamilton Institute is pleased to announce the

*2nd International Workshop on Systems Biology,*

which will take place at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth
between the 17th and the 20th of August, 2008.

 

The aim of the workshop is to provide a forum for international researchers
working in key areas of Systems Biology to interact and discuss the major
issues in the field at this time. Academic faculty members, industrial and
post-doctoral researchers and post-graduate students are encouraged to
attend the workshop.

There will be space for 100 participants in total. Some limited funding is
available for student bursaries to assist overseas students with fees and
travel/accommodation costs. Interested parties can register online from the
1st of February, 2008 through the website

        http://www.hamilton.ie/SystemsBiology/Workshop2008/

The workshop will include:

  • Keynote lectures from high-profile international researchers in Systems Biology;
  • Breakout sessions to give participants the opportunity to discuss issues in Systems Biology with keynote speakers and industry representatives;
  • A reception and poster session in which all participants can present the results of their own research.

The lectures delivered in the workshop will cover the following broad areas:

  • Modelling of Spatial and Temporal Signals;
  • Dynamics in Biology and Physiology;
  • Mathematics of Biological Oscillations.

Important Dates:

  • On-line registration closes: *May 1, 2008*
  • Workshop: *August 17-20, 2008*

Registration form and more information on the workshop can be found at

http://www.hamilton.ie/SystemsBiology/Workshop2008/ 

Looking forward to seeing you in Maynooth,

 

The organising committee

Dr Eric Bullinger

Dr Wilhelm Huisinga

Dr Dimitris Kalamatianos

Dr Oliver Mason

Dr Mark Verwoerd

Prof Peter Wellstead (Honorary Chair)