Workshops and Schools


Workshops organised by the CriTiCS DTU:

 

7th - 8th November 2019: 2nd CriTiCS Bio International Workshop

 University of Luxembourg, Belval, Luxembourg

 - The challenges of multi-scale integration in Biology –

CriTiCS workshop is a multidisciplinary workshop focused on experimental and theoretical aspects of Critical Transitions. It is organized by the Doctoral Training Unit CriTiCS of the University of Luxembourg, which welcomes experts and young researchers intrigued by the challenges of modeling, understanding and predicting the evolution of complex dynamical systems.

Keynote talks and roundtable discussions will set the stage for debates about the applicability of the theoretical foundation of states transition in cutting-edge areas such as biology, biomedicine, finance and many more.

CriTiCS workshop is a joint event of the 5th International System Biomedicine Symposium.

 

Registration:

CriTiCS workshop registration should be performed until the 30th of September by registering here.

Additional material, such as:

  1. Poster title and short abstract. Own posters should then be brought to the event.
  2. Material for the round table (if any). We encourage to actively participate to the round table by bringing a few slides or multimedia contents to improve the discussion. An interactive screen will be provided during the round table.

should be sent via email to WorkshopOrga@uni.lu.

 

Programme:
Programme.pdf 3.32 MB
Invited Speakers:
Roundtable Discussions:
Travel Info:
Social dinner:A social dinner is scheduled on the 7th evening with live music. Location: MSH, Belval
Contact us:

WorkshopOrga@uni.lu

 

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Past editions

  • May  14th-15th: 1st Critics ITN - CriTiCS Bio International Workshop on Critical Transitions in Complex Systems - Luxembourg Center for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB), Luxembourg.

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June 06, 2018 by Stefano Magni

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