header-20.jpg
Events

UQ Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology

Themes: - Next generation sequencing & bioinformatics - Advances in single-cell sequencing analysis - Modelling ecologies & populations - Advanced data visualisation & computation - Systems and synthetic biology
Event Type Symposium
When Jul 03, 2017 08:00 AM to
Jul 07, 2017 05:00 PM
Where Institute for Molecular Bioscience, The University of Queensland, St Lucia
Contact Phone 07 3346 2617
Add event to calendar vCal
iCal

Mathematical, statistical and computational techniques are increasingly being applied to discover, analyse and simulate the structures and processes of biological systems. Gene regulation, protein folding and localisation, macromolecular assembly, tissue and organ development, organismal behaviour and ecosystem dynamics are among the important processes susceptible to mathematical description, modelling and simulation. A broad interface exists between computational bioscience and bioinformatics, the development and application of algorithms, software tools, databases and technologies to manage and extract knowledge from biological data.

The series of winter schools is designed to introduce bioinformatics, mathematical and computational biology to advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers and others working in the fields of biology, mathematics, statistics, computer science, information technology, complex systems analysis, and chemical and medical sciences and engineering.

Winter School is structured to present one important topic each day. Each day will consist of a mixture of extended lectures, software demos, and interactive discussions. Our lecturers, many of whom are leading national and international authorities, have been selected for their ability to make their topic accessible to and exciting for a non-specialist audience. Presentations each day will range from introductory to advanced, and will focus on both mathematical and biological issues.

More information about this event…