Systems Biology: From Molecules to Life
March 10-16, 2007
Sport & Erlebnis Hotel Gosau****, Austria
Announcement for the FEBS-SysBio2009 course:
Third FEBS Advanced Lecture Course (‘the Gosau course’) on
Systems Biology: From Molecular Biology to Biological Function
March 7- 13, 2009 , Alpbach, Austria , EU
There will be 122 places for postdocs + Ph D students and 30 for Principal Investigators and 20 for participants from industry.
A number of FEBS fellowships will be available on competitive basis for members of constituent national societies (i.e. make sure you are a member of one of these) and the associated societies in Africa. In addition, there will be fellowships for postdocs and Ph D students working on BMBF supported Systems Biology projects. And, on the basis of support from companies, we will be able to grant fellowships to some of the other participants, including those from outside Europe.
For more information and the online registration please visit the course website at http://www.febs-sysbio2009.org/. Also Poster and Flyer suitable for printing and distribution can also be downloaded.
Thank you for participating at FEBS-SysBio2007. We hope you all safely arrived back home again and enjoyed the lectures, tutorials and other scientific interactions.
UPDATE: The first set of presentations in PDF format are now available in the Course Material section (access restricted, use username/password combination from gosau). Movies will follow as soon as they are processed. Pictures from the course are now also available at the Image Gallery.
The latest Programme:
The latest programme update (11.03.2007) is available for download as PDF.
Systems Biology is one of the most prominent newly emerging interdisciplinary science areas. By connecting fields such as genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, mathematics, engineering, cell biology and genetics, with mathematics and computation, it enables discovery of yet unknown principles underlying the functioning of living cells. At the same time testable and predictive models of complex cellular pathways and eventually of whole cells are generated. FEBS-SysBio2007 shall cover essential and state-of-the-art aspects of SysBio from principles and methods to applications and modeling of living systems.
We were able to commit many leading experts to participate as lecturers and we are thus confident that FEBS-SysBio2007 will be an outstanding lecture course with an exquisite scientific program. It will open the doors for regular student training in Systems Biology in Europe, provide a basis for a human network of young Systems Biology experts.
The Federation of the European Biochemical Societies, FEBS, is the main sponsor of this exciting event. Additional contributions from non-profit institutions, ESMTB and YSBN facilitated the organization of FEBS-SysBio2007.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Gosau, Austria
April 02, 2007 The lecture presentations are now available in PDF format in the Course Material section. Videos will follow as soon as they are edited and converted. In addition, a photo gallery has been set for up and download.
March 08, 2007 An updated timetable of the course with the lecture locations is available for download (PDF, 290KB).
March 05, 2007: The bus shuttle times from Salzburg Airport and Train Station have been updated.
March 01, 2007: New 24-hour phone hotline +43-(0)676-5842185, for all questions regarding travel and accomodation.
February 26, 2007: The social and the scientific programmes have been updated.
February 19, 2007:
- Scientific Programme: Participants selected for an oral presentation have been notified, all other participants will present posters. Details on poster dimensions have also been added.
- Accomodation: Travel details and shuttle timetables have been added.
January 22, 2007: The participant selection is completed and all registrees have been notified concerning their application status.
January 05, 2007: The scientific programme and the travel details have been updated.
October 30, 2006: The FEBS-SysBio2007 online registration is now open.
October 16, 2006: The FEBS-SysBio2007 Website is now online.
Hans Westerhoff, Course Director (The Netherlands & United Kingdom)
Edda Klipp (Germany)
Uwe Sauer (Switzerland)
Karl Kuchler (Austria)
Anneke Koster, Course Secretary (The Netherlands)
Walter Glaser, Website & Registrations (Austria)
||FEBS: FEBS-SysBio2007, the 2nd Advanced Lecture Course on Systems Biology is organized on behalf of FEBS, the Federation of European Biochemical Societies.
Co-organizing networks from the EC-FP6 programme:
||YSBN: Yeast Systems Biology Network, a Coordination Action on Yeast Systems Biology co-organized the Yeast Symposium.
||NucSys: A Marie Curie Training Network entitled "Systems biology of nuclear receptors: a nutrigenomic approach to aging-related diseases" co-organized the Mammals Symposium.
||BioSim: A Network of Excellence for BioSimulation co-organized the Tools and Methods Symposium.