2018 Quantitative Life Science Workshop

 

 

October 15-18, 2018             Rm1503, KIAS, Seoul

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Oct. 15 Monday

Oct. 16 Tuesday

Oct. 17 Wednesday

Oct. 18 Thursday

08:30-08:50

Registration

Coffee & Sandwiches

08:50-09:00

Opening

09:00-10:00

Vipul

Periwal

Kunihiko Kaneko

Leihan

Tang

Tetsuhiro Hatakeyama

10:00-11:00

Pan-Jun   Kim

Jae Kyoung Kim

Sang Hoon Ha

    Ji Hyun      Bak

11:00-11:20

Break

11:20-12:20

Tetsuya Kobayashi

Deok-Sun  Lee

   Junghyo    Jo

Changbong Hyeon

12:20-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:00

Antonio Celani

Koichi

Fujimoto

Excursion

(Bukhan Mountain)

 

15:00-16:00

  Xiongfei    Fu

Kyungreem Han

 

16:00-16:20

Break

 

16:20-17:20

Kyoung Jin Lee

Kwang-Hyun Cho

 

17:20-18:00

Break

 

18:00-20:00

Dinner

Banquet

Dinner

 

 

   Xiongfei Fu (SIAT/CAS) Spatial structure of bacterial behavior in chemotactic group migration

   Kunihiko Kaneko (Univ of Tokyo) Multilevel consistency, dimension reduction, and slow dynamics in biology

   Tetsuhiro Hatakeyama (Univ of Tokyo) Reciprocity between robustness and plasticity as a universal quantitative law in biology

   Tetsuya Kobayashi (Univ of Tokyo) A general thermodyamics structures in population dynamics, an its applications

   Koichi Fujimoto (Osaka Univ) Competition for Space Is Controlled by Apoptosis-Induced Change of Local Epithelial Topology

   Leihan Tang (Hong Kong Baptist Univ) Emergent oscillation in dense adpative cell populations

   Pan-Jun Kim (Hong Kong Baptist Univ) Form Reveals Mechanisms: Deciphering Biological Clock Mechanisms from Oscillatory Waveforms

   Antonio Celani (ICTP) Soaring: from birds to autonomous gliders

   Vipul Periwal (NIH) Causality inference in stochastic systems form neurons to currencies: profiting from small sample size

   Kyungreem Han (NIH) Mathematical Model for Autophagy Pathways and Cellular Transitions

   Changbong Hyeon (KIAS) Energetic costs, precision, and transport efficiency of molecular motors

   Junghyo Jo (Keimyung Univ) Biological oscillators for glucose homeostasis

   Ji Hyun Bak (KIAS) How does your nose work? Looking for strctures in the olfactory receptor code

   Deok-Sun Lee (Inha Univ) Lethality landscape of metabolic networks

   Kyoung Jin Lee (Korea Univ) Two new intriguing phenomena associated with an old in vitro model of cancer cell line

   Kwang-Hyun Cho (KAIST) Discovering drug targets by systems biological analysis of cellular network dynamics

   Jae Kyoung Kim (KAIST) An accurate reduction of deterministic and stochastic systems and its application in biology and medicine

   Sang Hoon Ha (Chonbuk National Univ) Biochemical oscillator in the early embryonic cell cycle