A five-day workshop will bring together over 100 early-stage researchers, field leaders and industry players from bioinformatics, computational biology, HPC and more
High Performance Computing (HPC) provides unprecedented opportunities boost Computational Biology’s ability to uncover mechanisms behind drug synergies and drug treatment by employing digital twins of all scales, from molecules to entire bodies. To share knowledge and discuss the most advanced techniques, the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) with the support of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) are organizing the workshop “Computational models of life: From molecular biology to digital twins”.
The event will be held at Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain from 26 November to 1 December 2023. Registration is now open with an Early Bird discount available until 20 September.
The format of the workshop will facilitate interaction between early-career researchers and speakers from academia and industry. Attendees will be able to share cutting edge techniques at the crossroads of single-cell omics, modelling and HPC to pave the way for realistic, scalable human digital twins.
More info at www.meetings.embo.org/event/23-comp-models-life