Preliminary program of ISGSB 2016
|Main venue:||Auditorium maximum, Main building of Jena University, Fürstengraben 1, 07743 Jena, Germany|
|YSGSB Meeting:||Lecture Hall 24, Main building of Jena University, Fürstengraben 1, 07743 Jena, Germany|
|Carrier evening for YSGSB:||Café Wagner in Wagnergasse lane|
|Conference dinner:||Restaurant “Landgrafen” on hill with the same name|
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Tuesday, October 4, 2016
|09.00||Registration for YSGSB|
Lecture Hall 24
|16:30||Registration for ISGSB|
|17:00-18:30||Opening lecture (Reinhart Heinrich lecture)
A tribute to Reinhart Heinrich and mathematical modelling
Tom A. Rapoport (Harvard)
Music event – please bring your scores and instruments
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
|09:00-10:50||Session 1 “Infection modelling”
Barbara Bakker and Manja Marz
|09:00||Invited talk: Diversity of immune receptor repertoires.
Aleksandra Walczak (Paris/France)
|09:35||Virtual Infection-Inflammation Models of Aspergillus fumigatus in the Human Lung.
Sandra Timme (Jena/Germany)
|10:00||Estimation of merozoite release quantity during growth of Plasmodium falciparum in red blood cell cultures.
Maria Oosthuizen (Stellenbosch/South Africa)
|10:25||Mathematical modeling of plus-strand RNA virus genome replication to identify potential drug targets
Carolin Zitzmann (Greifswald/Germany)
|11:30-13:20||Session 2 “Regulatory interactions and signalling”
Ines Heiland and Johannes Wöstemeyer
|11:30||Invited talk: The NAD metabolome – bioenergetics, signalling and emerging therapeutic applications.
Mathias Ziegler (Bergen/Norway)
|12:05||Inferring Co-evolution in Signaling Proteins and Regulatory RNAs by Maximum Entropy Based Approaches.
Alexander Schug (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/Germany)
|12:30||Collective Behavior of Beta Cells in Pancreatic Tissue.
Marko Marhl (Maribor/Slovenia)
|12:55||Modeling of signaling pathways in complex networks.
Leonie Amstein (Frankfurt am Main/Germany)
|14:30-16:20||Session 3 “Plant physiology and development”
Ursula Kummer and Günter Theißen
|14:30||NEW: Invited talk: Modeling the Evolution of C4 Photosynthesis.
Martin Lercher (Düsseldorf/Germany)
|15:05||Mixotrophy in microalgae – diverse metabolic modes for utilisation of organic carbon in relation to photosynthesis.
Eva Albers (Göteborg/Sweden)
|15:30||Constraint-based analysis in developing tomato fruit reveals the respiration climacteric.
Sophie Colombié (Villenave d’Ornon Cedex/France)
|15:55||Multilevel modeling of ecosystems: Phaeodactylum tricornutum and its associated microbial community.
Antonella Succurro (Düsseldorf, Cologne/Germany)
odd poster numbers
|19:00-22:00||Carrier evening for YSGSB|
Thursday, October 6, 2016
|09:00-10:50||Session 4 “Biological thermodynamics”
Marta Cascante and Yaroslav Nartsissov
|09:00||Invited talk: Mechano-energetic coupling in cardiac pumping and heart failure.
Daniel Beard (Ann Arbor, MI/United States)
|09:35||Ultrasensitivity of multisite systems.
Christian Mazza (Fribourg/Switzerland)
|10:00||Computer modeling of cytochrome c oxidase H+/e‐ efficiency.
Victoria Titova (Moscow/Russian Federation)
|10:25||Thermodynamic and regulatory principles of the Calvin-Benson-Bassham Cycle.
Oliver Ebenhöh (Düsseldorf/Germany)
|11:30-13:20||Session 5 “Optimality principles”
Christine Dillmann and Pu Li
|11:30||Invited talk: Optimality, but not perfection.
Edda Klipp (Berlin/Germany)
|12:05||Evaluating the stoichiometric and energetic constraints of cyanobacterial diurnal growth.
Alexandra-M. Reimers (Berlin/Germany)
|12:30||Identification of Optimal Strategies for State Transition of Complex Biological Networks.
Meichen Yuan (Hangzhou/China)
|12:55||Dynamic optimization of pathway regulation reveals the unexploited potential of toxic intermediates as drug targets.
Jan Ewald (Jena/Germany)
even poster numbers
|16:30-17:30||Guided tour Jena|
|18:45-23:00||Conference dinner at “Landgrafen”|
Friday, October 7, 2016
|09:00-10:50||Session 6 “Multiscale systems medicine”
Gunnar Cedersund and Dominik Driesch
|09:00||Invited talk: From systems biology to medical decision support.
Steen Andreassen (Aalborg/Denmark)
|09:35||Living on the edge: substrate competition explains loss of robustness in mitochondrial fatty-acid oxidation disorders.
Karen van Eunen (Groningen/Netherlands)
|10:00||Understanding disease and drug-effects at the whole body level in malaria patients.
Jacky Snoep (Stellenbosch, Amsterdam, Manchester/South Africa)
|10:25||Investigating hypotheses describing the negative brain responses in fMRI using a systems biology approach.
Sebastian Sten (Linköping/Sweden)
|11:30-13:20||Session 7 “Metabolic Pathway Analysis”
Athel Cornish-Bowden and Johann Rohwer
|11:30||Invited talk: Genome-wide prediction of resource allocation in bacteria.
Anne Goelzer (Jouy-en-Josas/France)
|12:05||Application of Elementary Modes analysis to a metabolic model of Geobacillus thermoglucosidasius for optimisation of butanol yield.
Hassan Hartman (Oxford/Great Britain)
|12:30||A vicious cycle in mammalian fatty-acid oxidation.
Anne-Claire M.F. Martines (Groningen/Netherlands)
|12:55||Identification and applications of moiety conservation relations for metabolic networks.
Hulda Haraldsdóttir (Belvaux/Luxembourg)