4 October, 2012
The purpose of this message is to announce the following meeting that may be of interest.
Quantitative Evolutionary Dynamics (QED)
Microbial Communities: from the lab to natural environments
17th-19th April, 2013
Shaldon, Devon, by the sea near Dartmoor/Exeter University, UK: this is
into evolving microbial systems bridging the gap between mathematical models,
laboratory models and natural ecosystems. Speakers will talk about plant and
human pathogens, natural fungal ecosystems, consortia of symbionts, their responses
to antibiotics and viruses and single-cell observations of bacteria in microfluidic devices.
This is a MMEMS meetingÂ http://www.mmems.org/Â funded by an EPSRC Creativity@Home Award.
To register, which is free, please go toÂ http://www.mmems.org/workshop.php#
but please note that there is a limit of 50 participants.
Tim Barraclough, Imperial College
Justin Meyer, Harvard Medical School
Lon Chubiz, Harvard Systems Biology
Chris Marx, Harvard Systems Biology
Remy Chait, Harvard Medical School
Markus Arnoldini, ETHZ
Luz Becks, Max Planck Ploen
Pietro Cicuta, Cambridge University
Rosalind Allen, Edinburgh University
Ben Cooper, Oxford University
Martin Ackermann, ETHZ
Professor of Mathematical Biosciences
University of Exeter