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Track E - From Molecules to Living Systems


Session 1 - Monday 21.09 / 10:50-12:30 (MS.03)
10:50-11:30 Helen Byrne (Invited talk) - Modelling Complexity in Solid Tumours MOVED TO SESSION 2
11:30-12:10 Tim Holt - Autocorrelation function analysis of subcutaneous glucose profiles: an exploratory study
12:10-12:30 Caglar Tuncay - Model human heart or brain signals
Session 2 - Monday 21.09 / 14:00-16:00 (MS.03)

14:00-14:40 Helen Byrne (Invited talk) - Modelling Complexity in Solid Tumours
14:40-15:00 Sara Fortuna - Agent Based algorithm for the study of molecular self-organisation
15:00-15:20 Anna Lewis - The function of communities in protein interaction networks
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Session 3 - Tuesday 22.09 / 10:30-12:30 (MS.03)
10:30-10:50 Mariette Sicard, Nathalie Perrot - The viability theory to control complex food processes
10:50-11:10 Gergely Palla - Tag-statistics in complex networks
11:10-11:30 Michel Le Borgne - Multiclock discrete models of biological systems
11:30-11:50 Alex Graudenzi - Timing of molecular processes in a synchronous Boolean model of genetic regulatory network
Session 4 - Tuesday 22.09 / 14:00-16:00 (MS.03)

14:00-14:20 Konrad Diwold - The Effect of Spatial Organisation in Response Threshold Models for Social Insects
14:20-14:40 Sara Kalvala - A stochastic model of myxobacteria explains several features of motility and development
14:40-15:00 Srjbren Otto - Systems Chemistry: Mechanosensitive Self-replication
15:00-15:20 Claire Wolfrom - A mechanism of cancer robustness: the small complex system TE-TA-P [Telomeres-Telomerase-Proliferation]
15:20-15:40 Walter Riofrio - On the nuclear - network dynamics able to convert the molecular mechanisms into Biological Information
15:40-16:00 Michael Sadovsky - Symmetry in Genomes Reveals some Features in Their Structure (MOVED FROM FRIDAY)

Session 5 - Friday 25.09 / 10:30-12:30 (MS.03)
10:30-10:50 Saikat Chakraborty, Srimoyee Bhattacharya - Spatially Averaged Microscale Model for quantifying Methemoglobin Anemia
10:50-11:10 Eric Fanchon - Constraint-based modeling of the Drosophila Gap-gene regulatory network
11:10-11:30 Gunnar Boldhaus - Regulatory networks and connected components of the neutral space
11:30-11:50 K. Anton Feenstra - Executing Multicellular Development: Quantitative Predictive Modelling of C.~elegans Vulva
11:50-12:10 Michael Sadovsky - Symmetry in Genomes Reveals some Features in Their Structure MOVED TO TUE 15:40