The detailed schedule can be found here.

April 6, 2015
Opening session (20:30-21:30)

Keynote lecture

Hans Westerhoff
Is Life computable? What remains to be discovered

April 7, 2015
Multi-scale & whole-cell models (8:30-12:00)

Edda Klipp
Mathematical modeling of cellular stress response
Vincent Danos
Whole-cell models and implicit regulation

April 8, 2015
Spatial dynamics & morphogenesis (8:30-12:00)

François Nédelec
Physical Models of Cytoskeletal Processes
Christophe Godin
Phyllotaxis: the amazing emergent patterning property of an organ-to-organ interaction system

April 9, 2015
Dynamical systems & inverse problems (8:30-12:00)

Jordi Garcia-Ojalvo
Pulsatile regulation of cellular behavior
Simona Cocco
Inference of Networks from biological data: applications to neurobiology and genomics

April 10, 2015
Control theory & stochastic modeling (8:30-12:00)

Mustafa Khammash
Real-time control of living cells in a noisy environment
Nacho Molina
Model-based analysis of time series in Biology: stochastic gene expression as a case study

Closing session (16:00-19:00)

Thomas Höfer
Stem cell dynamics by numbers: Hematopoiesis and immunity
John Tyson
What Can Mathematical Modeling Teach Us About Cell Cycle Regulation?

April 7-9, 2015
Afternoon blackboard teaching and hands-on sessions (16:00-19:00)

Gregory Batt
Modeling, fitting and controlling biological systems: the toggle switch example
Hugues Berry & François Nédelec
Modeling gene expression: stochasticity and spatial dynamics
Hidde de Jong
Towards integrated models of cellular processes: metabolism, gene expression, signaling
Denis Thieffry
Qualitative dynamical modeling of cellular networks

Evening sessions
Selected short talks from participants (20:00-21:00)
Poster sessions (21:00-22:00)