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Stochastic Models in Life Science

Sep 4 - Sep 7

The aim of this four days bilateral conference is to discuss recent developments at the
interface between probability theory and the life sciences. Probabilistic models are instrumental in the understanding and mathematical description of many biological processes.

In this workshop we aim at highlighting specifically the following themes: Stochastic models
of population dynamics; Quantitative developmental biology; Stochastic models in neuro-science, with the participation of related main speakers, colleagues, doctoral and postdoctoral students. These topics have been the subject of intense research in France and the Netherlands in recent years, and the presentations will be given by world-renowned specialists mostly based there or from Germany.


Arnaud Le Ny (Paris-Est & IRP CNRS EURANDOM)
Thomas Simon (Lille & Dutch-French Network)

The inscription is free but mandatory.

Preliminary list of speakers
*to be confirmed
• Patricia Reynaud-Bouret (Nice)
• Frank den Hollander (Leiden)
• Loren Coquille (Grenoble)
• Raphael Cerf (Paris)*
• Martin Moehle (Tubingen)
• Sophie Penisson (Paris)
• Hans Metz (Leiden)
• Christophe Pouzat (Strasbourg)
• Alethea Barbaro (Delft)
• Jochen Blath (Frankfurt)
• Roeland Merks (Leiden)
• Bruno Cessac (Nice)

During these four days, some specific slots will be booked for doctoral and postdoctoral students from France and The Netherlands, and a few financial supports could be available for them. Students interested to participate are encouraged to contact the organizers.

Additional information to follow. Registration is not possible yet.


Sep 4
Sep 7


Arnaud Le Ny
Thomas Simon


MF 11-12 (4th floor MetaForum Building, TU/e)

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