Name of the project: Features of numerical methods optimizing dynamic models of biochemical networks
This project is supported by the Baltic-German University Liaison Office through German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.
|Duration of the project:||01.07. – 10.12.2013.|
|Aims of the project:||
|Project partners||1. Latvia University of Agriculture (Latvia)
2. Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg (Germany)
3. Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology at the University of Latvia (Latvia)
|Venue(s)||Heidelberg (Germany), Jelgava and Riga (Latvia)|
|Target group||The target group are the participants of interdisciplinary field of systems biology: biologists, biotechnologists and computer scientists. 31 persons are addressed personally via seminars, unknown amount via internet.|
Open seminar in Heidelberg 26.08.2013.
Open seminar in Riga 17.10. 2013.
Visit of Latvian systems biologists to BIOQUANT at Heidelberg University 21.-28.08.2013.
Egils Stalidzans, Natalja Bulipopa, Jurijs Sulins and Katrina Landmane visted the research centre BIOQUANT at the University of Heidelberg at the end of the summer. Different activities were carried out to coordinate the optimization experiments, exchange the interdisciplinary working skills, draft the idea of a joint scientific publication.
Saturday and Sunday was great for sightseeing discovering the beauty of Heidelberg, Neckar and Rhine valeys.