The conference brings together computer scientists, biologists, mathematicians, engineers and physicists interested in a system-level understanding of biological processes.
The best paper award was attributed to Analysing Cell Line Specific EGFR Signalling via Optimized Automata Based Model Checking (Adam Streck, Kirsten Thobe and Heike Siebert).
The best student paper award was attributed to Automating development of metabolic network models (Robert Rozanski, Stefano Bragaglia, Oliver Ray and Ross King). It has been supported with a TCSIM award of $500.
The IEEE Technical Committee on SIMulation (TCSIM) promotes all aspects of research, development, methodologies, and applications of mathematical modeling, and analog and digital computer simulation.
If you would like to join in the TCSIM, you can do so here.
The conference is now over. Thank you all for your participation!
See you next year in Cambridge from September 19 to 21 for CMSB 2016!
September 22nd, 2015: Addition of a page with photos taken during the conference
July 8th, 2015: Poster abstract deadline is extended to September 1st, 2015 (notification will be given one week after submission)