Invited workshop at IBD4HEALTH summer school (4. 7. 2016)
We will participate in IBD4HEALTH summer school
with the workshop Simulating dynamical responses of metabolic pathways with Object Oriented Modelling
where we will talk about modelling of metabolic networks with Modelica and SysBio library
Participation in iGEM 2016 Competition (17. 3. 2016)
It is now confirmed that two of our members, Lidija Magdevska and Žiga Pušnik, will participate in iGEM 2016
competition as members of Slovenian team, that will be led by prof. dr. Roman Jerala
from the National Institute of Chemistry.
Visiting PhD student - Christiane Rennert (1.3.2016)
PhD student Christiane Rennert from the Institut für Biochemie, Medizinische Fakultät, Universität Leipzig
, will be visiting our group at UL-FRI and Damjana Rozman's group at CFGBC
from 1.3. to 1.6. 2016 with the support of CASyM Research Exchange Grant
Apply for a position in our group (1.2.2016)
If you are interested in working with us you can apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship with our group. More information about the position are available here
. General information about the fellowships are available at here
Our member Manca Bizjak attends SSBSS 2015 (5.7. - 9.7.2015)
The second edition of the international Systems and Synthetic Biology Summer School was held in Taormina, Sicily (Italy), where several renown scientists and industrial leaders of the field presented their work. The event was attended by more than 250 students and researchers from 50 different countries. In a poster Computational approaches for quantitative modeling of gene regulatory networks with multiple transcription factor DNA binding site repeats Manca presented some of our group's present research.
Apply for a position in our group (20.05.2015)
If you are interested in working with us you can apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship with our group. More information available at http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/index.cfm/jobs/jobDetails/34013324
Discover our research topics (19.09.2014)
After changing the location the Computational Biology Group is again fully active in the fields of systems and synthetic biology. Discover our research topics!