Visit Melbourne for three days during the Southern Summer and hear reports
of some of the most fascinating research in computational biology, medicine,
neurophysiology, agronomy... Life Sciences in general.
Or tell others about your research!
Have you seen "The Visible Man"? How can it be used to simulate deformation of
the body to simulate obesity, musclebuilding, infection and trauma?
How is Visible Human used in a surgical simulation?
Can the human brain be thought of as a computer or a dynamical system?
Can computation help us understand the functioning of a nervous system -
>From a neuron to the whole system?
... and lots more in protein biology, plant modelling, drug design, etc.
The (continually updated) information on the 2nd CSIRO SYMPOSIUM ON
"COMPUTATIONAL CHALLENGES IN LIFE SCIENCES", 5-7 FEBRUARY 1996, MELBOURNE
is available on WWW. For general information, list of invited speakers,
titles of talks and abstracts, call for papers,
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION (as easy as a mouse click),
and other items please browse through:
Hoping to meet you at the Symposium!
Dr Marek Michalewicz,
Organising and Program Committees Secretary,
CSIRO Supercomputing Support Group,
Division of Information Technology,
723 Swanston Street, Carlton,
Vic. 3053, Australia
phone: +61 3 9282 2621; fax: +61 3 9282 2600
e-mail: marek at mel.dit.csiro.au
Marek T. Michalewicz
tel: +61 (03) 9282 2621 (work)
tel: +61 (03) 9574 9697 (home)
fax: +61 (03) 9282 2600 (work)