Multiscale Models and Methods in Life Sciences

Granada, Spain 6-10 June 2022

A PhD school organized in a series of minicourses and seminars on current topics of mathematical modeling in
developmental biology, biophysics, biomechanics,  biomedicine and deep learning aimed at researchers in training and
the entire scientific community.

The information about participation, deadline, inscription, grants and previous editions of the PhD school can be found HERE.

Deadline for inscriptions: May 6th, 2022

We offer 10 stay/inscription grants (lodging expenses covered by the organization or registration fees waived).

A number of inscription grants will be kept for attendees whose affiliation is with an ARQUS Alliance institution.

The deadline for grant applications is April 15th. The final decision will be notified to the grantees by May 6th.

Inscriptions and Grants

Inscription fee: 200 Euros

The inscription fee has to be paid before May 6th, 2022, by transfer to:

Universidad de Granada: CIF: Q1818002F

Bank name: Caixabank

IBAN: ES58 2100 4224 3913 0072 0546

Please specify in the transfer data your NAME, topic MNatSchool, and the code 30G4070000

After May 6th, 2022, the inscription fee will be 250 Euros.

The deadline for the reduced inscription fee will be delayed for participants applying for a grant, accordingly with the awarding date of the grant.

Please, fill in the registration form below and send us your data together with a copy of the transfer to (including the word "MNatSchool" in the subject).


Thank you.

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·      Mark Alber. Coupling Multiscale Modeling and Machine Learning. Methods with Applications to Biology.

       University of California, Riverside, USA

·      Raluca Eftimie. Modeling immunological processes. Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France.

·      Ximena Fernandez. Topological data analysis and applications in dynamics, Durham University, United Kingdom.

·      Héctor Gómez. Role of interstitial flow in tumour angiogenesis. Purdue University, USA.

·      Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin. The use of multi-agent systems in neuro-sciences. Penn State University, USA.

·      Viktor Jirsa. Perspectives beyond pairwise interactions with neuron synchronization applications.

       Aix-Marseille Université, France

Extended Conferences

·      Martina Conte. Micro-macroscopic dynamics in tumor angiogenesis. Politecnico de Torino, Italy.

·      Damian Knopoff. Epidemiological models of infectious disease transmission: an insight into multiscale and

       heterogeneity features. Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain.

·      Maxime Lucas. Beyond pairwise interactions: synchronisation of phase oscillators. ISI, Italy

·      Ana P. Millán. Higher order couplings in neural networks, Vrije Universiteit. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

·      Ignacio Peralta-Maraver. Introduction to deep learning methods in ecological research, University of Granada, Spain.


Nicola Bellomo, Juan Calvo, David Poyato, Juan Soler