The committee for the NWO research programme Computational Life
Sciences is pleased to announce its summer school:
A hands-on summer school for computational life sciences
Audience: PhD students and postdocs
Organisers: NWO programme committee Computational Life Sciences
Congress data: June 19 - 22, 2006, The Netherlands.
Registration is open now. **Registration will close May 31**
Please note that the number of participants is limited (max. 50).
For more information (including programme and how to register), see:
Description: Many properties of entire living systems, ranging from
simple unicellular organisms to humans, can be measured, more and more
quantitatively. Advanced computational techniques are required to
understand both the functioning of single macromolecules and the
emergence of cell, organism and ecosystem function from their
New computational methods for inhomogeneous space and time on the one
hand, and the new biology that structures its own space and time on
the other hand, will be the two intertwined topics of this summer
school. By discussing the two side by side, it is hoped that the
participants will begin to view and even generate new computational
life sciences that deal optimally with space, time and the
organization of Life.