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Registration
To register for the school, please send an email to 
antonela.maracic@irb.hr

The school is organized as a part of the RBI-T-WINNING project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692194. 

Applications of statistical physics to Biology

September 23-24, 2017 

SPEAKERS
HOW TO GET THERE?
By Bus:
Once in the city centre, locate the Zagreb Cathedral which is situated north from the main square - Trg bana Josipa Jelacica. The Rudjer Boskovic Institute can be reached by buses 106, 201, 226 from the bus stop Kaptol just 100m north of Zagreb Cathedral and the ride takes approximately 10 minutes. The Institute is 4th bus stop from Kaptol. One way bus ticket costs 4 HRK and can be bought from the driver, but we recommend to buy it in advance from newspapers stand.
By Train:
The Zagreb main railway station is practically in the city centre, so depending on your accommodation you can either walk or take a tram for a couple of stations. Tram ticket (4 HRK) can be bought directly from the driver.
By Car:
Zagreb is the hub of five major Croatian highways, so reaching Zagreb by car is relatively easy. However, driving in the city centre is rather demanding exercise, so please have a GPS, lots of patience and check the parking options with accommodation of your choice. At the Rudjer Boskovic Institute there is parking available.
VENUE
The school will take place in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. For more info on Zagreb visit Zagreb Wikipedia page.

All lectures will be held in the Rudjer Boskovic Institute. The lecture hall is located in the Ivan Supek wing.

Welcome.
9:00-9:15
Complex networks.
​Vinko Zlatic.
9:15-10:00
Diffusion on Complex networks.
​Vinko Zlatic.
10:15-11:00
Coffee break.
11:00-11:30
The many faces of transport in 2D systems exampled by proteins trolling on a membrane.
Mislav Cvitkovic.
11:30-12:15
AGENDA
Active gels as a model for tissue growth.
Maryam Aliee.
12:20-13:05
Saturday, 23 September 2017
Lunch.
13:05-14:30
Foodweb dynamics and sustainability.
Namiko Mitarai.
14:30-15:15
Phage vs Bacteria.
Namiko Mitarai.
15:30-16:15
Coffee break.
16:15-16:45
AGENDA
MAP
SPEAKERS
RSVP
Competition, Cycles and Diversity.
Namiko Mitarai.
16:45-17:30
Sunday, 24 September 2017
Epigenetics: from phage
lambda to multistability.
Kim Sneppen.
10:00-12:00
Disease spreading models.
Kim Sneppen.
12:30-13:15
Molecular motors, microtubules and cargo transport in living cells.
Nenad Pavin.
13:30-15:00
Coffee break.
12:00-12:30
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