Bonn Conference on Mathematical Life Sciences
17. - 20.4.2023

Mathematical modelling and analysis are nowadays essential for all fields of the life sciences, ranging from basic research to clinical application. To discuss the state of the field and potential future development, we would like to invite you to the

Bonn Conference on Mathematical Life Sciences

Bonn, April 17-20, 2023

 We have put together an exciting scientific program with eight keynote speeches and conference tracks on

The conference is jointly organized by the Clusters of Excellence Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM) and ImmunoSensation2, the Transdisciplinary Research Areas (TRA) “Mathematics, Modelling and Simulation of Complex Systems” and “Life and Health”, and the Interdisciplinary Research Unit Mathematics and Life Sciences.

General Information

When: 17. - 20.4.2023

Where: Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn, Ahrstr. 45, 53175 Bonn, Germany

Program: Keynote lectures, individual tracks on various topics, poster session, social event, conference dinner

Registration fee: (Doctoral-) Students: 100 €, Postdocs 200 €, Principal Investigators 300 €, travel grants available for students/postdocs on application

Accommodation options: a limited number of hotel rooms for participants have been reserved and details will be available after registration

Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn
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Public Transport

To Bonn main station
from Cologne/Bonn Airport with bus line SB60
from Siegburg ICE station by subway line 66 ("Telekom-Express")

From the main station to Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn
with the subway lines 16 and 63 (to stop "Hochkreuz/Deutsches Museum Bonn")
by bus line 610, 611 (to bus stop "Kennedyallee")

By car
We have a limited number of parking spaces reserved for the conference. However, we recommend to use public transport.

Important dates

Abstract submission: until 15.01.2023

Notification: until 28.02.2023

Registration: until 28.02.2023

Late registration: until 15.03.2023

Keynote lectures

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Ruth Baker

Oxford University

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Ana Pombo

Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine

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Oliver Stegle

German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)

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Gabriele Steidl

TU Berlin

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Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb

University of Cambridge

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Rob de Boer

Utrecht University

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Verena Ruprecht

CRG, Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology

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Thomas Höfer

German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)

Confirmed Session Speakers

Dvir Aran - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Martin Benning - Queen Mary University of London
Anna Breger - University of Cambridge
Marija Cvijovic - University of Gothenburg
Paul François - McGill University
Fabian Fröhlich - University Clinics Heidelberg
Martin Holler - University of Graz
Mustafa Khammash - ETH Zurich
Johannes Kirchmair - University of Vienna
Clemens Kreutz - University of Freiburg
Ellen Kuhl - Stanford University

Michael Lässig - University of Cologne
Carmen Molina-Paris - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Sebastian Neumayer - EPFL Lausanne
Lior Pachter - Caltech
Stefania Petra - University of Heidelberg
Viola Priesemann - MPI für Dynamik und Selbstorgansiation, Göttingen
Matthias Röger - TU Dortmund
Alexander Skupin - University of Luxemburg
Johannes Textor - Radboud University, Nijmegen
Alexandre Varnek - University of Strasbourg
Rebecca Wade - University of Heidelberg
Nir Yosef - UC Berkeley

Registration & abstract submission

Abstract submission is open. Conference registration will open soon.

  • Abstracts should contain max. 2,000 characters with spaces.
  • Title should contain max.  200 characters with spaces.
  • Please indicate in which track your submission should be considered.
  • Several abstracts will be selected for oral presentations, please indicate in which track you would like to be considered.
  • The remaining projects will be presented as a poster during the poster sessions.
Conference Poster
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Program

The program will consist of keynote lectures, individual tracks (topics: integrative pathway modelling, mathematical image analysis, computational immunology, systems biology, chemoinformatics and computational drug design, single cell analysis), a poster session, a social event and an amazing conference dinner.

Preliminary Program

Contact and Organization

Scientific Organizers
Prof. Dr. Alexander Effland
Prof. Dr. Jan Hasenauer
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Alena Khmelinskaia
Prof. Dr. Kevin Thurley

OrganizingTeam
Dr. Meike Brömer, Manager TRA Life & Health
Dr. Sonja Dames, Managing Director HCM
Dr. Catherine Drescher, Managing Director ImmunoSensation2
N.N., Manager TRA Modelling

Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM)

The research of the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM) ranges from pure and applied mathematics to mathematically orientated research in economics as well as interdisciplinary work.

ImmunoSensation2

The ultimate goal of ImmunoSensation2 is to decipher the principles that govern the global functionality of the immune system in healthy and diseased states.

TRA Life & Health

Understanding the complexity of life - developing new strategies for health.
Read more about TRA Life and Health.

TRA Modelling 

How do complex systems actually work? Interaction of mathematical modelling, classical observational methods, data simulation and creative spirit.

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