69. Mosbacher Kolloquium - "Synthetic Biology - from Understanding to Application"
March 22- 24, 2018
Satellite Symposium "Systems Biology meets Synthetic Biology"
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
13:00 - 17:00
Registration fees (only for the satellite sysmposium):
|PhD students:||35 €|
|Bachelor/Master students:||25 €|
Please register for the satellite by choosing the corresponding option on the registration portal for the Kolloquium.
The satellite symposium is organised by DECHEMA working group on systems and synthetic biology.
|13:00||Wolfgang Wiechert (Jülich):
|13:05||Ralf Takors (Stuttgart):
Systemic response of E. coli experiencing nutrient gradients of large-scale conditions: What can we learn for bioreactor design and strain engineering?
|13:30||Katharina Nöh (Jülich):
Simplicity vs. Complexity: Model Selection in Systems Biology and the Role of Ockham's Razor
|13:55||Jörg Stelling (Zurich):
Multi-Scale Models for Synthetic Circuit Design
|14:20||Andreas Kremling (Munich):
A quantitative approach to metabolic burden
|15:15||Edda Klipp (Berlin):
Systematic integration of models and data for yeast growth and division
|16:05||Matthias Heinemann (Groningen):
Flux controls flux
|16:30||Steffen Klamt (Magdeburg):
Model-driven engineering of E. coli for itaconic acid production