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[go-friends] Fwd: SSBSS 2014 News & 2nd CfP: Int. Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School: Biology meets Engineering & Computer Science, Taormina - Sicily, Italy, June 15-19, 2014

Rama Balakrishnan ramab at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 3 12:13:25 PST 2014


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> From: SSBSS <cfp.ssbss2014 at dmi.unict.it>
> Subject: SSBSS 2014 News & 2nd CfP: Int. Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School: Biology meets Engineering & Computer Science, Taormina - Sicily, Italy, June 15-19, 2014
> Date: March 3, 2014 11:40:35 AM PST
> To: ssbss2014 at dmi.unict.it
> Reply-To: ssbss2014 at dmi.unict.it
> 
> 
> 
> 2nd Call for Participation (apologies for multiple copies)
> ______________________________________________________
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> Synthetic and Systems Biology Summer School: Biology meets Engineering and Computer Science,
> Taormina - Sicily, Italy, June 15-19, 2014
> 
> http://www.taosciences.it/ssbss2014/
> ssbss2014 at dmi.unict.it
> 
> We are pleased to inform that we received more than 120 applications and 60 Abstracts/Posters and, due to many requests, we are extending the application *deadline to March 31, 2014.* For this reason, we will have up to ~150 slots (no 100 slots as previously written) for selected and motivated students.
> 
> *Application Deadline: March 31, 2014*
> 
> * Speakers & Courses *
> + Uri Alon, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
>                               Lecture I: Elementary Circuits in Biology
>                               Lecture II: Evolution and Optimality of Gene Circuits
> 
> + Joel Bader, Johns Hopkins University, USA
>                               Lecture I: Network Remodeling during Development and Disease
>                               Lecture II: Gene and Pathway Analysis of Genome-wide Association Studies
> 
> + Jef Boeke, Johns Hopkins University, USA
>                               Lecture I: Genome Synthesis
>                               Lecture II: Combinatorial DNA Assembly methods and their applications
> 
> + Jason Chin, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK
>                               Lecture I: Reprogramming the Genetic Code
> 
> + Virginia Cornish, Columbia University, USA
>                               Lecture : TBA
> 
> + Paul Freemont, Imperial College London, UK
>                               Lecture I: Foundational Technologies for Synthetic Biology - from DNA Assembly to Part Characterisation
>                               Lecture II: Synthetic biology designs for biosensor applications
> 
> + Farren Isaacs, Yale University, USA
>                               Lecture : TBA
> 
> + Tanja Kortemme, University of California San Francisco, USA
>                               Lecture I: Computational protein design - principles, challenges and progress
>                               Lecture II: Design of reprogrammed and new functions - from proteins to cells
> 
> + Giuseppe Nicosia, University of Catania, Italy
>                               Lecture I: Biological Circuit Design by Pareto Optimality
>                               Lecture II: Programming Living Molecular Machines for Biofuel Production
> 
> + Sven Panke, ETH, Switzerland
>                               Lecture I: Synthetic Biology of Cell free Systems
>                               Lecture II: Exploiting Engineered Cell-Cell Communications in Large Scale Biotechnology
> 
> + Rahul Sarpeshkar, MIT, USA
>                               Lecture I: Analog versus Digital Computation in Biology
>                               Lecture II: Analog Synthetic and Systems Biology
> 
> + Giovanni Stracquadanio, Johns Hopkins University, USA
>                               Lecture I: Minimal Genomes: High-Throughput Sequencing, Statistical Methods and Physics Models to Unveil Minimal Yeast Chromosomes Compatible with Life
>                               Lecture II: Computational Tools for Genome editing, Combinatorial Assembly and Workflow Tracking
> 
> + Ron Weiss, MIT, USA
>                               Lecture : TBA
> 
> 
> *School Directors*
> + Jef Boeke, Johns Hopkins University, USA
> + Giuseppe Nicosia, University of Catania, Italy
> + Mario Pavone, University of Catania, Italy
> + Giovanni Stracquadanio, Johns Hopkins University, USA
> 
> 
> *Short Talk and Poster Submission*
> Students may submit a research abstract for presentation. School directors will review the abstracts and will recommend for poster or short-oral presentation. Abstract should be submitted by *February 15, 2014*. The abstracts will be published on the electronic hands-out material of the summer school.
> 
> The Applicants may submit a poster or a short talk to present their recent research work using the EasyChair System: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ssbss2014
> 
> Co-located Event: The 3rd International Synthetic Yeast Genome (Sc2.0) Meeting will be held in Taormina Friday June 20, 2014
> 
> http://www.taosciences.it/ssbss2014/									ssbss2014 at dmi.unict.it
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