FOSBE2019 October 14 - 19, 2019. Valencia, Spain 8th IFAC Conference on Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering
  
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Last updated on October 21, 2019. This conference program is tentative and subject to change

Program at a Glance

 

FOSBE2019 Technical Program Tuesday October 15, 2019     Tuesday    Wednesday    Thursday    Friday   Top

Workshop 1 15:00-18:30 Workshop TuAf1T1
Room Aprende
Workshop 1: Analyzing and Redesigning Metabolic Networks with CellNetAnalyzer
18:30-20:00 Opening Reception TuAf2Wc
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Welcome Reception
Workshop 2 15:00-18:30 Workshop TuAf1T2
Room Debate
Workshop 2: Multi-Omics Data and Multiscale Modelling in Winemaking
Workshop 3 15:00-18:30 Workshop TuAf1T3
Room Descubre
Workshop 3: Standarization for Synthetic Biology

 

FOSBE2019 Technical Program Wednesday October 16, 2019     Tuesday    Wednesday    Thursday    Friday   Top

Track T1 08:30-09:00 Opening WeMo0OPEN
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Opening Ceremony
09:00-10:00 Plenary Session WeMo1P
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
A Single Biomolecular Controller Topology Achieves Robust Perfect Adaptation for Arbitrary Intracellular Networks with Noisy Dynamics. Mustafa Khammash, Dept. of Biosystems Science & Engineering, ETH Zurich
10:00-10:30 Coffee WeBrMoC
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Coffee Break We
10:30-12:30 Invited Session WeMo2T1
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Computational Design of Biomolecular Circuits
12:30-14:00 Lunch WeNLu
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Lunch We
14:00-16:00 Regular Session WeAf1T1
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Dynamics and Control of Biological Systems I
16:00-17:00 Poster Session WeBrAfCP
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Poster I + Coffee Th
17:00-17:45 Keynote Session WeAf2P
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Keynote 1. Modelling for Systems Medicine. Neda Bagheri, McCormick School of Eng. & Applied Science, Northwestern University
Track T2 10:30-12:30 Invited Session WeMo2T2
Salón de Actos Cubo Rojo (Red Cube’s Events Room)
Computational Methods for Large-Scale Dynamic Modelling in Systems Medicine
14:00-16:00 Regular Session WeAf1T2
Salón de Actos Cubo Rojo (Red Cube’s Events Room)
Dynamics and Control of Biological Systems II

 

FOSBE2019 Technical Program Thursday October 17, 2019     Tuesday    Wednesday    Thursday    Friday   Top

Track T1 09:00-10:00 Plenary Session ThMo1P
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Computational Modeling of Whole-Body Metabolism Permits Novel Insight into Host-Microbiome Co-Metabolism. Ines Thiele, National University of Ireland, Galway
10:00-10:30 Coffee ThBrMoC
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Coffee Break Th
10:30-12:30 Regular Session ThMo2T1
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Design and Control of Synthetic Biological Systems and Circuits
12:30-14:00 Lunch ThNLu
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Lunch Th
14:00-16:00 Regular Session ThAf1T1
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Modelling of Complex Biological Systems I
16:00-17:00 Poster Session ThBrAfCP
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Poster II + Coffee Th
17:00-17:45 Keynote Session ThAf2P
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Keynote 2. Never Lost in Translation: How Systems Pharmacology Can Bridge from Early Research to Proof-Of-Concept in Humans. Stephan Schaller, Founder and CEO, esqLABS GmbH
  18:15-22:15 Banquet ThAf2Di
Nou Raco Restaurant
Conference Dinner
Track T2 10:30-12:30 Invited Session ThMo2T2
Salón de Actos Cubo Rojo (Red Cube’s Events Room)
Bioreactor Modelling, Supervision and Control
14:00-16:00 Regular Session ThAf1T2
Salón de Actos Cubo Rojo (Red Cube’s Events Room)
Modelling of Complex Biological Systems II
 

 

FOSBE2019 Technical Program Friday October 18, 2019     Tuesday    Wednesday    Thursday    Friday   Top

Track T1 09:00-09:45 Keynote Session FrMo1P
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Keynote 3. Understanding Biological Function in the Context of Biological Heterogeneity. Alexander Hoffmann, Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences, UCLA
09:45-10:15 Coffee FrBrMoC
Hall Blue Cube
Coffee Break Fr
10:15-11:51 Regular Session FrMo2T1
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Network Inference and Modelling
  12:00-13:00 Keynote Session FrNP
Auditorio Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Auditorium)
Keynote 4. Small Multicellular Cohorts Are Engineered to Function As a Distributed Detector of Rare Multivariate Events. Daniel Georgiev, Founder and CEO, XENO Cell Innovations S.r.o
13:00-14:00 Lunch FrAfCo
Hall Cubo Azul (Blue Cube’s Hall)
Farewell Cocktail
Track T2 10:15-11:51 Invited Session FrMo2T2
Salón de Actos Cubo Rojo (Red Cube’s Events Room)
Control and Optimisation of Microalgae
 

 
 

 
 

 

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