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The Sainsbury Laboratory Computational Workshop

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Computational Workshop 5-16 September 2011

Monday, September 5

09.00 Elliot Meyerowitz, Cambridge Plant Computational Morphodynamics

10.00 Ottoline Leyser, Cambridge Signal integration in shoot branching control

Tuesday, September 6

09.00 Christophe Godin, Montpellier Anomalies in phyllotactic patterns: random noise or remarkable patterns

Wednesday, September 7

17.30 Martin Howard, JIC Norwich A Polycomb-based switch underlying quantitative epigenetic memory

Thursday, September 8

09.00 Arezki Boudaoud, Lyon Stochasticity in growth and patterning

10.00 Olivier Hamant, Lyon Mechanical signals and morphogenesis

Friday, September 9

09.00 Cristian Fleck, Freiburg Same photoreceptor – different action: Tuning of the phytochrome A response by a dynamic network

10.00 Jim Haseloff, Cambridge New tools for engineering morphogenesis

Monday, September 12

09.00 Henrik Jönsson, Cambridge/Lund On the quest for Computational Morphodynamics models for the shoot apical meristem

10.00 Jacques Dumais, Harvard Cell division and meristem structure in land plants

Tuesday, September 13

09.00 Alex Webb, Cambridge Computational analysis of circadian signalling

10.00 Richard Smith, Bern MorphoGraphX and Cellular Force Microscopy, two new tools for investigating mechanical properties of plant cells and the shoot apex

Wednesday, September 14

09.00 Eric Mjolsness, UC Irvine Geometrical ideas for plant morphodynamics

10.00 Vijay Chickarmane, Caltech Exploring the dynamics of stem cell maintenance in the SAM through models of inter and intracellular feedback regulation

Thursday, September 15

09.00 Veronica Grieneisen, JIC Norwich Title TBC

10.00 Nick Monk, Sheffield Modelling cell fate decisions by Notch signalling

Friday, September 16

09.00 Ben Simons, Cambridge Tissue maintenance: a laboratory for statistical physics

10.00 Ray Goldstein, Cambridge Stochastic Synchronization of Eukaryotic Flagella

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