Focus on Metabolic Systems

Welcome to the first competence sharing network meeting “Methodologies for Digital Life”, 6. October in the centre of Bergen. Transdisciplinarity is an underlying approach of the centre and the meeting is intended for researchers from different disciplines to meet and discuss novel methodological approaches in the field of digital biotechnology. The meeting is free to attend and open for all interested participants.

The focus of this meeting is on metabolic systems – from single enzymes to global scale metabolism. How can approaches and concepts from mathematics, physics, computer science or engineering be utilized to assess or alter the activity and regulation of complex enzymes and enzyme systems? This approach aims to reveal new possibilities to understand and utilize biological systems, such as, for understanding human health, for utilizing organisms for production of biomaterials and for understanding ecosystems important for our existence.

Themes that will fit at this meeting includes:

  • Mathematical and computational modeling of enzymes and metabolic pathways
  • Data analysis and integration
  • Global scale metabolic models based on omics data
  • Experimental methodologies, including metabolomics and fluxomics
  • Metabolic and enzyme engineering and drug targeting

If you are interested in metabolism or enzymatic systems from a multi-disciplinary perspective, this is a great opportunity to meet up with fellow scientists.

Part of the meeting will be focused on modeling of metabolic systems, where also several of the DLN projects will present their activities on this subject.

The program will include oral presentations of selected poster abstracts.

Follow the links for registration and abstract submission.

We will provide travel support for participants from digital life projects.


Volterra lecture[1] by Prof. Bernhard Palsson

Palsson is professor of bioengineering and pediatrics and PI of the Systems Biology Group at UCSD. He is also CEO at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability at DTU. Palsson’s group has been leading the development of full-scale models of metabolism and methodologies for integrating global scale or high throughput data with such models.






[1] The Volterra lecture series is organized by DLN in honor of the mathematician and physicist Vito Volterra, known for his pioneering contributions to mathematical biology.

Informasjon om arrangementet

  • Sted:
    Grand Hotel Terminus, Bergen
  • Arrangement:
    Methodologies for Digital Life

Kontaktpersoner

Gunnar Dick

gunnar.dick@mn.uio.no
404 54 144

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Rune Kleppe

rune.kleppe@uib.no
55584068

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Methodologies for Digital Life Volterra Lectures Konferanse / Workshop