Courses

Courses

Overview of courses delivered by the Department of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics:

BioSystems Modelling and Simulation (Summer semester)

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary research fields of systems biology and bioinformatics. The course will focus on applications and case studies in the life sciences, applying basic techniques and tools for data analysis, mathematical modelling and computational simulations in molecular and cell biology.
This course is complementary to Modelling and Simulation with Application to the Life Sciences (Module 23120).

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Modelling and Simulation with Application to the Life Sciences (Winter semester)

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary research field of systems biology; combining systems theory with applications to biological systems. Using experimental data and information from biological databases, systems biology investigates networks of biochemical reactions that are underlying the functioning of living cells and disease mechanisms. This course introduces basic techniques for mathematical modelling and computational simulations of nonlinear dynamical systems in the life sciences.
This course is complemented by Biosystems Modelling and Simulation (Module 23146).

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Current Research in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics

These seminars are a mix of presentations from within the group, students, and academic visitors. 

The seminar is co-organised with the group of Prof. Georg Fuellen, University Medicine Rostock.

If you are attending the seminar from outside Rostock, please contact Tom Gebhardt prior to the announced seminar.

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On Tuesdays 13:00 - 14:30, Ulmenstr. 69, Building 3, Room 410
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