CPIB Summer School 2010

The third annual CPIB Summer School, co-organised by CPIB and SIGNET, took place 6-9 September 2010 at Sutton Bonington Campus, University of Nottingham.

For details of future summer schools visit our summer school homepage.

The aims of our summer school are:

  • To introduce modelling and quantitative approaches to biologists
  • To encourage experimental design which generates data suitable for modelling

Target audience:

Open to all – PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with a biological background (not limited to plants!) are particularly encouraged to attend, and no prior experience is assumed. Places are limited to 40 and applicants are asked to state their background and motivation for attending. Priority will be given to applicants who will benefit most from the course.


Day 1: Data, Networks and Models

Day 2: Multi-variable models

Day 3: Parameter estimation and sensitivity; Stochastic models

Day 4: Multicellular modelling


[[nick-monk]] (University of Nottingham), Markus Owen (University of Nottingham), Dov Stekel (University of Nottingham) and Henrik Jönsson (Lund University)