Programme of the Systems Biology Workshop

Tuesday, 6 September 2005

09:15 Opening
Modelling at the Molecular and Cellular Levels
09:30 C. Knibbe, G. Beslon, F. Chaudier, and J.-M. Fayard: Designing Artificial Organisms to Study the Influence of Gene Pleiotropy on Genome Evolution
10:00 T. Van den Bulcke, K. Van Leemput, B. Naudts, P. van Remortel, A. Veschoren, B. De Moor and K. Marchal: A Generator of Biologically Plausible Synthetic Gene Expression Data for Design and Analysis of Structure Learning Algorithms
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 N. Parisey, M. Beurton-Aimar, C. Lales, R. Strandh and J.P. Mazat: Towards Modelling the Q Cycle By Multi Agent Systems
11:30 Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez and Francisco J. Romero-Campero: Modelling Vibrio fischeri's Behaviour Using P Systems
12:00 Naoki Matsumaru, Pietro Speroni di Fenizio, Florian Centler, and Peter Dittrich: A Case Study of Chemical Organization Theory Applied to Virus Dynamics
12:30 Lunch
Tools and Theory
14:00 Takako Takai-Igarashi and Riichiro Mizoguchi: Development of an Ontology for Systems Functions of Signal Transduction
14:30 Michael Hauhs, Jennifer Koch, and Holger Lange: Comparison of Time Series from Ecosystems and an Artificial Multi-Agent Network Based on Complexity Measures
Modelling at Ecological and Evolutionary Levels
15:00 Andreas Loengarov and Valery Tereshko: Phase Transitions and Bistability in Honey Bee Foraging Dynamics
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Alexander Bisler: Simulation of the Coevolution of Insects and Flowers
16:30 John Bryden: Space: What Is It Good For

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