Statistical Physics in Biological Networks

Puerto Madryn - March, 2nd - 5th

One of the central themes of the conference is the computational and theoretical aspects of information from the biology of networks to find answers to various problems. In this sense, one of the main objectives of the congress is to bring together in Argentina international specialists in the field of statistical physics and systems biology, both theoretical and experimental.

Other topics of the Workshop will be on the following themes:

  • Inference and modeling of multi-scale Biological Networks
  • Quantitative study of cell energetics in proliferative regimes
  • Mathematical models for cell differentiation during embryogenesis and in the processes of renewal-regeneration in adults

among others.

A limited number of grants are available to support the lodging of selected participants, with priority given to participants from Latin American countries. There is no registration fee.

Important Dates

  • Deadline for registration: 15 January 2020
  • Deadline to request financial support: 1 December 2019

Academic Committee:

  • Andrea Pagnani - IIGM POLITO
  • Andrea De Martino - Roma IIGM
  • Martin Weigt - Sorbonne UniversitĂ©
  • Alexei Vazquez - Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute
  • Roberto Mulet - University of Havana, Cuba
  • Alejandro Fendrik - UNGS
  • Lilia Romanelli - UNGS

Local Organizers:

  • Alejandro Fendrik
  • Lilia Romanelli
  • David Margarit
  • Ariel Scagliotti
  • Marcela Reale


The EU RISE network INFERNET (European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement number 734439) and Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento are providing financial support to the workshop