The International Conference on Molecular Systems Biology (ICMSB) is the oldest running conference on biochemical systems theory and modelling.
This edition dedicates sessions to modeling in biotechnology, synthetic biology and biomedicine, as well as to multiscale modelling and noise in biological systems.
The conference will take place in the science and study center in Raitenhaslach, a renovated monastery in an idyllic environment close to Munich.
The venue is one hour distance from the Munich International Airport, one of the best connected airports in Europe.
There will be a shuttle bus service from Munich to the venue for the participants in the congress, and also from each of the three hotels proposed below and the congress every day.
Deadline: May 1st 2017
Last call for abstract submission: June 15th 2017
Deadline for registration in this webpage: July 7th 2017
Five selected communications will have free quota for publishing in Processes journal.
The best communication will receive a monetary prize.
To submit the abstract fill the template above, change the name of the file to: FirstnameFamilyname.txt (e.g. GuidoSantos.txt) and send the template to firstname.lastname@example.org
The maximum size for the body of the abstract is 500 words.
Video tutorial to fill the template
There is a set of rooms from the following hotels for the congress. During the reservation include the term "ICMSB2017" to let the hotel knows about you are a participant of the congress.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Prof. Michael Savageau, University of California Davis (USA) Topic: Design Space Analysis in biological systems.
Prof. Eberhard O Voit, Georgia Tech (USA) Topic: Alternative models and optimal choices.
Prof. Ursula Kummer, University of Heidelberg (Germany) Topic: COPASI software, an established standard for the SysBio Community.
Dr. Haralampos Hatzikirou, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (Germany) Topic: Biomedicine.
Dr. Eva Balsa-Canto, Institute for Marine Research CSIC (Spain) Topic: Parameter estimation and model checking in multiscale models of biological systems.
Prof. Neda Bagheri, Northwestern University (USA) Topic: Systems Biomedicine.
Prof. Vassily Hatzimanikatis, EPFL (Switzerland) Topic: Integrated modelling and experimental approaches in biotechnology.
The conference will run dedicated sessions on mathematical modelling and theory in:
- Systems Biotechnology
- Design Principles in Biology
- Synthetic Biology
- Systems Biomedicine
- Multiscale Modelling of Biological Systems
- Advanced Modelling Approaches in Biology
The online form for registration can be found here
*Registration includes food but not accommodation. (Partial refund would be possible for students)
Students Pricing 300 Euro
Regular Pricing 400 Euro
Companion 300 Euro