This meeting is about the complex systems observed in biology at the molecular level and to explore the theoretical and molecular aspects of this complexity. Together, we will study convergences between supramolecular chemistry and biochemistry, measure and big-data, modeling and mathematical analysis. Two aspects will be more explored : - complex interaction networks - large complex biophysics measurements.
The purpose of the meeting is to invite scientists from various fields in order to have a rich and fruitful discussion on these topics, and to show to the communities of biologists, chemists and analysts, the links which exist between all these approaches.
The symposium is open to all and registration is free, thanks to financial support from our sponsors.
Jean-Marie LEHN, ISIS, Université de Strasbourg, France Towards Adaptive Chemistry - Constitutional Dynamic Chemistry and Networks
Gonen ASHKENASY excused, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Mimicking Complex Cellular Functions using Synthetic Replication Networks
Paul BOURGINE, Ecole Polytechnique, France Theoretical and experimental challenges in the Complex Systems Digital Campus
Emilie CHOUZENOUX, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France Proximal methods: tools for solving inverse problems in a large scale. Application to biophysics measurements processing.
Camille COUPRIE, IFP Energie Nouvelle, Rueil Malmaison, France Gene Regulatory Network Inference using Structural Biological a Priori
Philippe DUMAS, IBMC, Université de Strasbourg, France Kinetic mechanism of RNA-mediated genetic regulation
Vincent J. HILSER, Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, United States Parallel Tuning of Activation and Repression in Intrinsic Disorder-mediated Allostery
Jean-François LUTZ, Université de Strasbourg, France Unnatural information-containing macromolecules
Robert PASCAL, Université Montpellier, France Identifying the Conditions Needed for Stability and Complexity in Living Systems
Douglas PHILP excused, University of St-Andrews, United Kingdom
Christian ROLANDO, Université de Lille 1, France 2D FT-ICR MS: from a laboratory curiosity to an analytical tool.
Jean-Pierre SIMORRE, IBS, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France Molecular interactions with the bacterial cell wall by liquid state, standard and DNP solid state NMR.
Carine van HEIJENOORT, ICSN,Université Paris-Sud Orsay, France How scarce sequence elements control the function of single ß-thymosin/WH2 intrinsically disordered domains in actin assembly.
Roman A. ZUBAREV, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden Dr. Ehrich’s magic bullet: is perfect anticancer drug possible?