systems biology colloquium

Systems biology colloquium is a series of invited colloquial lectures delivered by top researchers in the field of systems biology, theoretical and computational biology, bioinformatics and related fields of applied mathematics and computer science.

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Laura Nenzi

System design of stochastic models using robustness of temporal properties

15th of December 2017, 11am
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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David Fuente

Modeling light utilization for photosynthetic production

13th of December 2015, 3pm
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Loïc Paulevé

Boolean Network Identification from Multiplex Time Series Data

27th of November 2015, 10am
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Andrzej Mizera

Probabilistic Boolean networks as models of real-size biological regulatory networks

12th and 13th of February 2015, 9am-3pm
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Nicola Paolett

Synthesising robust and optimal parameters for cardiac pacemakers using symbolic and evolutionary computation techniques

21st-22nd of January 2015
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Michaela Šikulová

Evolutionary Optimization Techniques

16th of May 2014, 10am
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Vashti Gaplin

Formal modelling of biological systems

5th of March 2013, 14am
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room A418
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Christof Flamm

Exploring Chemical Transformation Space

14th of November 2012, 2pm
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room C416
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Ralf Steuer

Computational Models of Cyanobacterial Metabolism: Systemic properties of phototrophic growth

31st of October 2012, 2pm
Faculty of Informatics MU
room C416
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Jan van Schuppen

Photosynthesis of a cyanobacterium - Modeling and system identification

17th of October 2012, 2pm
Faculty of Informatics MU
Botanická 68a
room C416
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