DEB Theory : 40 years of research for metabolic organization

DEB 2019 is the sixth edition of a series of tele-courses, schools and symposia which take place every two years (see here the past conferences).

The 2019 edition will be the 40th birthday of DEB theory and the 10th birthday of DEB symposiums.

 

Format

DEB 2019 will start with an online event, the tele-course which will be followed by a meeting event in Brest (France), organized in three times:

PART 1: from April 1st to April 6th for the School

PART 2: from April 8th to April 9th for the Workshop

PART 3: from April 10th to April 12th for the Symposium

 

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Where?

The tele-course : mainly your own working place, and we encourage participants to form local study groups. We recommend that the groups meet once a week, although individual participation is also possible. The various meeting places will be interactively determined at the start of the course. Individuals who registered separately will be assigned to a group in the same time-zone and asked to interact with the group during the meetings in either Google hang outs or Skype.

The school, will be held at Camaret.

The worshop and symposium will be organised at Brest, at the European Institut of Research on the Sea (IUEM), a research campus on the boundary of Brest along the coast of the Iroise sea.

 

For whom?

The course is for graduate students and scientists, but advanced undergraduates are also welcome. Several professors participated in the development of earlier courses, and their valuable input contributed to the level of the current course. Participants should have a background in biology, mathematics, engineering, chemistry or physics with an interest in the logic behind the quantitative aspects of the metabolic organization of living systems.

Participants of previous courses wrote a number of special issues on DEB theory and its applications. Some were involved in organising the previous symposiums in Brest, Lisbon, Texel and Marseille. You can actually meet them and learn from their experience. The 2005-participants created the Research Group AQUADEB on applications of DEB theory to aquatic organisms. This nicely illustrates possible after-course activities.

 

You will find the list of keynote speakers invited to the symposium.

   

News

Welcome on DEB2019 website

Every practical informations will come in the following months.

 

 

4 keynote speakers on board!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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