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[PVS] SBF - Computational Methods in Synthetic Biology SummerSchool - 22-26th June 2006ac2001@science.uva.nl

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Call for participation:

Summer School on Computational Methods in Synthetic Biology
           June 22nd - 26th  2009, Edinburgh, UK

Heriot-Watt University, Department of Computer Science, Riccarton
campus, Edinburgh.


Jane Calvert (Edinburgh)
Chris French (Edinburgh)
Emma Frow (Edinburgh)
Alfonso Jaramillo (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Kunihiko Kaneko (Tokyo University)
Bruce Logan (Penn State)
Andrew Millar (Edinburgh)
Vitor Martins dos Santos (Helmholtz Center for Infection Research, Germany)
Vincent Schachter (Genoscope, France)

This one week school aims at covering a blend of recent experimental and
computational techniques and concepts in synthetic biology, as well as
discussingsome of its broader social issues. Specifically the talks will
bio-bricks andstandardisation of parts, design by simulated
evolution,modular modeling and formalisms, synthetic clock constructs,
energyproduction,advances and strategies in bio-fuels, engineering of
synthetic bacterial ecosystems, as well as a discussion of the social
context of synthetic biology.

The registration fee is 300. A limited number of travel bursaries and
discounts on the registration fee will be available.

Please, check the school website http://compsynbio.org/ for details.

Kind Regards

Sandra Borthwick, Executive Assistant
Scottish Bioinformatics Forum
The Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
Tel:  +44 (0)131 240 2783
Fax: +44 (0)131 240 2786
email: sandra.borthwick@sbforum.org

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