IHRS BioSoft Symposium
Biophysical techniques to understand life at different scales
- 06 Nov 2014 09:00
- 06 Nov 2014
- Forschungszentrum Jülich, 52425 Jülich, Germany, Building 4.7, Auditorium
When studying biological organisms, one is confronted with the sheer complexity of the physiological processes that are essential for life.
Every biological system requires a delicate hierarchical organization of interactions spanning from processes in a single cell to the collective behavior characterizing bionetworks.
This symposium aims at providing an interdisciplinary event to bring together the complementary skills of experimentalists and theoreticians to better understand the role of forces, flow and fluctuations within biological systems.
Organizers: S. Dasgupta, G. Saggiorato, G. Fabris, M. Balbach