Date: 15-21 September 2019
Venue: Hotel Fiescherhof, Furkastrasse 75, CH-3984 Fiesch
The emergence of the fields of systems and synthetic biology has brought about the need for efficient coordination of experimental and computational efforts.
This summer school aims to foster such dialog by bringing together scientists from both, computational and experimental backgrounds, and allowing them to exchange ideas around specific state-of-the-art open problems. In particular, it aims at improving the awareness of experimentalists about computational and statistical possibilities, while giving computational scientists a better understanding of the current needs of experimentalists.
The program consists of talks spanning topics from stochastic and deterministic modeling, inference, control theory and dynamical systems applied to synthetic and systems biology.
In hands-on workshops, the students will get a chance to explore current problems in these areas and become familiar with approaches to solve them.
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