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EMS Summer School

 

Mathematics in Molecular Cell Biology

 

 Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM)

Linz, Austria

September 9-23, 2006

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Marie Curie

  Organization


Martin Burger (RICAM & Johannes Kepler University, Linz)

Vincenzo Capasso (University Milano)   
                 
Yasmin Dolak-Struss (University Vienna)

Christian Schmeiser (University Vienna & RICAM)

  Topics


Ion Channels

Cell Motility

Molecular Dynamics

  Speakers


Key Speakers (4 x 90 minutes each):

Willi Jäger (Universität Heidelberg): Multiscale Models of Cells

Alex Mogilner (University of California Davis): Quantitative Approaches to Cell Motility and Division

Wolfgang Nonner
(University of Miami): Modeling and Simulation of Ion Channels

Hans Othmer
(University of Minnesota
): Analysis of Complex Reaction Networks

Christoph Schütte (Free University Berlin, MATHEON): Metastability in Biological Systems


  Participation


In case of interest please register until May 31, 2006 at:

emsschool@ricam.oeaw.ac.at

or

Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics
Altenbergerstr. 69, A 4040 Linz
Austria, Europe


EMS Financial support: Participants from EU countries (and associated countries such as Israel, Norway and Switzerland) who have received their MSc. or Diploma degree (or equivalent) within the past ten years, and few participants from outside the EU are eligible for reimbursement of travel and living expenses. Europeans currently living outside the EU are eligible for financial support without any time constraints with regard to when they received their respective degrees.

Please indicate the need for financial support in your registration. For applications on financial support please include a CV and a research summary.

  Sponsors


European Commission (contract MSCF-CT-2005-029473)

Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics / Austrian Academy of Sciences

Wissenschaftskolleg Differential Equations / FWF

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