Biophysics: measuring and modelling biology

Published in the RSPE Event Horizon
Vol41 Issue32 7–11 September 2015

Interdisciplinary school “Biophysics: measuring and modelling biology” which takes place in Les Houches from October 18 to 23.

The objective of the school is to provide attendants with tools on multimodal and multi-scale data acquisition, quantification, analysis, and modelling, to elaborate novel approaches describing living systems. To this purpose, the school will gather researchers and teachers from different fields (measurements in biophysics, signal analysis and quantification and modeling of biological systems). The school will include introductory courses on spectroscopies and image acquisition methods together with conventional processing methods. They will be followed by advanced courses on recent data processing methods, such as compressed sensing, and the illustration of their applications in different fields such as mass-spectrometry, NMR, AFM or fluorescence imaging. Theoretical courses will be completed by extensive practical labs on personal computer.

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