Category Archives: Reviews

Mechanisms of Cellular Resilience in Health and Diseases

Participants: Dario Alessi, Anne Bertolotti (organiser), Thijn Brummelkamp, Lucie Chadelle, Anne Dejean (organiser), Ivan Dikic, Vishva Dixit, Martin Eilers, Pierre Genevaux, Jason Gestwicki, Michael N. Hall, Ronald Hay, Mark Hochstrasser, Anthony (Tony) R. Hunter, Andrew Jackson, Jeffery Kelly, Frauke Melchior, … Continue reading

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Mean-field and other effective models in mathematical physics

The seminar gathered worldwide specialists working on the mathematical aspects of effective models in quantum mechanics. Continue reading

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Paracelsus and his followers under investigation: an early modern European workshop of alchemical, cosmological and philosophical forgeries

Participants : Dane T. Daniel, Urs Leo Gantenbein, Charles D. Gunnoe, Hiro Hirai (co-organiser), Pia Holenstein Weidmann, Didier Kahn (organiser), Matti Leprêtre, Elisabeth Moreau, Amadeo Murase, William R. Newman, Tara E. Nummedal, Julian Paulus, Kathrin Pfister, Jennifer Rampling, Andrew Sparling, … Continue reading

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Art, Science and Mineral at the Turning of Eras, from the last Years of Enlightenment through the Twilight of Romanticism

Participants: Muriel Brot, Michael Bycroft, Michel Collot, Antonia Fonyi, Pierre-Henri Frangne, Anne Geisler, Christian Giusti, Pierre Glaudes (organiser), Jean-Nicolas Illouz, Sophie Lefay, Patrick Marot, David McCallam, Bernard Moninot, Didier Philippot, Pascal Pierlot, Claude Reichler (organiser), Baldine Saint Girons (organiser), Emma … Continue reading

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Random walks and Polymers: interacting and folding

Analysis of (interacting) random walks. These are celebrated models of Probability Theory, and bench test models for applications in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. One challenge is to characterize the geometry of random walk paths, according to the nature of the interaction Continue reading

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Cilia and the brain

How cilia may contribute to the development and function of central neurons Continue reading

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Last design phase of the collective work: Encounters around order and combinations in the nineteenth century…

Associated with the concepts of arrangement or combination, the notion of order can be understood during the 19th century as a way of arranging objects in space. Thus defined, the notion of order can then constitute a meeting point between these different domains Continue reading

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Mathematical modeling of tissue growth and repair

Participants Luis Almeida (organiser), Chloé Audebert, Patrizia Bagnerini, Richard Bailleul, Samuel Bernard, Giulia Bevilacqua, Federica Bubba, Vincent Calvez, Lara Carvalho, Pasquale Ciarletta, Jean Clairambault, Tommaso Lorenzi, Benoît Perthame (organiser), Diane Pleurichard, Alexandre Poulain, Nastassia Pouradier-Duteil, Giuseppe Sciume Modélisation mathématique de … Continue reading

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About Birth: a transdisciplinary approach

Participants: François Ansermet, Patrick Autréaux, Lazare Benaroyo, Déborah Bertherat, Chantal Birman, Frédérique Bisiaux, Arnaud Bouaniche, Françoise Davoine, Florence Degavre, Anne-Marie Dickelé, Martin Dumont, Marion Hendrickx, Céline Lefève, Claire Marin (organisateur), Jean-Christophe Mino, Carole Widmaier, Frédéric Worms (organiser), Nathalie Zaccaï-Reyners   … Continue reading

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Mathematical modeling of tissue growth and repair

Contribution of cell mechanics to cell fate determination and tissue integrity: from an interdisciplinary point of view Continue reading

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