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Centre for Mathematical Physics and Stochastics
Funded by The Danish National Research Foundation
Statistical Methods for Dynamical Stochastic Models
EU Research Training Network

Workshop on

Dynamical Stochastic Modeling in Biology

Wednesday January 8 - Friday 10 January, 2003

at the University of Copenhagen

Organized by

Marianne Huebner (Michigan State University) and Michael Sørensen (University of Copenhagen)


Bo Martin Bibby (The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen), Dennis Bray (University of Cambridge), Susanne Ditlevsen (University of Copenhagen), Bryan T. Grenfell (University of Cambridge), Michael Höhle (The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen), Marianne Huebner (Michigan State University), Valerie Isham (University College London), Mogens Høgh Jensen (University of Copenhagen), Hidde de Jong (INRIA, France), Anders Krogh (University of Copenhagen), Catherine Laredo (INRA/Paris 6-7), Gesine Reinert (University of Oxford), Michael S. Samoilov (University of California, Berkeley), Eugene van Someren (Technical University of Delft), David Steinsaltz (University of California, Berkeley), Fengzhu Sun (University of Southern California).

The workshop took place at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, University of Copenhagen.

The main purpose of the workshop was to discuss dynamical stochastic models for biological problems and to identify new areas where such models might be useful. The emphasis of the workshop was on ecology, gene regulatory networks and topics in bioinformatics. The workshop was organized jointly by MaPhySto (Centre for Mathematical Physics and Stochastics) and DYNSTOCH (EU Research Training Network on Statistical Methods for Dynamical Stochastic Models).

Extended abstracts

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List of participants

This document was last modified on January 13, 2003. Questions or comments to the contents of this document should be directed to michael@math.ku.dk.