INCOME Hackathon 2019
Integrative pathway modeling in systems biology and systems medicine
March 18 - 20, 2019
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Mathematical models of cellular pathways are essential tools in systems biology and systems medicine. They contribute to an understanding of structure and dynamics of cellular processes far beyond their isolated parts, as well as the prevention, diagnosis and therapy of diseases. Yet, there are a variety of open questions.
Oral presentations will be delivered by invited speakers. In addition, there will be a poster session on Monday evening with posters selected from submitted abstracts.
The discussion of open problems and possible solutions will be the main focus for this hackathon, following the spirit of the COMBINE Meetings and the Workshop on ODE Modelling in Systems Biology.
The 3-day hackathon will provide participants with time and space to work on tool-based integration of models. Complimentary, help with the implementation of community standards will be provided. The hackathon is intended to be a space to technically improve both models and tools. The aim is to work towards a combined model-data repository for integrative modeling.
The hackathon is funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) via the e:Med Project INCOME. INCOME aims to facilitate scientific exchange and training to establish a platform for integrative model development.
Hackathon: March 18 - 20, 2019
Registration for hackathon
Online registration closes:
Monday, February 18, 2019