|CCL 06.09.04 2nd Int School Comput Cell Biol (SCCB2006), Comp Meth Multiscale Protein Interactions, Modena, Italy|
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Subject: 06.09.04 2nd Int School Comput Cell Biol (SCCB2006), Comp Meth Multiscale Protein Interactions, Modena, Italy
Second International School in Computational Cell Biology - SCCB2006 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN MULTISCALE PROCESSES FOR PROTEIN INTERACTIONS Department of Mathematics,University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy September 4-6, 2006 http://dm.unife.it/SCCB2006 Aims and scope The school is addressed to students and researchers either with an applied mathematics, computer science or engineering background who are interested in cell biology applications or to cellular biologists and biochemists who wish to gain new quantitative insights. In particular, it will focus on multiscale processes for protein interactions. Lecturers * Kevin Burrage, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia * Johan Suykens, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium * Andrew Torda, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany Topics Systems Biology will be a significant scientific discipline in the twenty first century. Modelling and simulation will become key components: we will need to understand the interplay between the deterministic and stochastic, between the continuous and the discrete, and between small scale and large scale. This set of lectures attempts to explore these interplays. (Kevin Burrage) The lectures aim at providing a systematic overview of support vector machines and kernel based methods in supervised, unsupervised and semi-supervised learning. Applications towards the specific needs for microarray data analysis will be explained. Different case studies will be considered. (Johan Suykens) Protein force fields range from models based on physics to ones based on naive statistics and entertaining optimisation procedures. Here we will discuss how to build, break and apply score functions, when they are fun and when they are tragic. (Andrew Torda) All information available at: http://dm.unife.it/SCCB2006 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 31, 2006. Organizing Committee: Marco Prato, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. Margherita Carletti, University of Urbino, Italy. Gaetano Zanghirati, University of Ferrara, Italy. Prof. Maria Cristina Menziani University of Modena and Reggio E. Department of Chemistry Via Campi 183 41100 Modena -Italy Tel: +39-059-2055091 Fax: +39-059-373543 E-mail: menziani^-^unimo.it http://www.chimica.unimo.it/sitiwebgruppi/GruppoSCCS/PaginaWebSCCS/indexMenziani.htm http://multiscale-school.unimore.it http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/ccdd/cMenziani.htmlNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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