Constructing gene networks:
observation, analysis and control

January 15, 2009
Paris, France


The recent joint development of synthetic biology and systems biology brings new opportunities and raises new problems. An efficient collaboration between biologists and mathematicians/computer scientists/physicists will be essential for the development of these domains in France.
The objective of this meeting is to strengthen the links between the communities of dynamical modelling and simulation of biological systems and synthetic biology.
More precisely, this meeting will focus on methodological aspects, both experimental (new observation techniques) and computational (novel methods for analysis and control). A special attention will be devoted to interdisciplinarity.

Among the topics that are of interest for the workshop we mention:

Invited speakers

Selected presentations

The complete list of selected abstracts is available here


The program is available here


The participation is free, but registration is mandatory. To register, please send an email to before Jan. 7.
The workshop will take place on Jan. 15, 2009 at the Denis Diderot University. See here for location and directions.

Financial Support

Supported by GdR Bioinformatique Moléculaire, by INRIA, by Laboratoire Matières et Systèmes Complexes (MSC) /Paris Diderot University (Paris7) and by Groupe de Recherche et d'Etudes en Biologie Synthétique.

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by Gregory Batt (INRIA) and Samuel Bottani ( logo_MSC (27K), Paris 7), and with the help of Gaëlle Dorkeld (INRIA).