Biophysics: measuring and modelling biology
The school aims at providing the researchers the numerical tools enabling the acquisition, quantification and the modelling of multimodal and multi-scale biophysical data. The school will include introductory courses on spectroscopies and image acquisition methods together with conventional processing methods. They will be followed by advanced courses on recent data processing methods, such as compressed sensing, and the illustration of their applications in different fields such as mass-spectrometry, NMR and different imaging methods. Theoretical courses will be completed by extensive practical labs on personal computer.
Softwares: Ipython Nump/Scipy and ImageJ
Registration deadline: October 12th 2015
Registration cost: 450 Euros including food and accomodation.
Poster presentation opportunity.
Audience: PhD, post-doc, researchers and technical staff.