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Stochastic Models For Biology, Rennes, 2019

Welcome to BioHasard 2019

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BioHasard 2019

Stochastic Models for Biology

 August 26-29, 2019
 Rennes, France  

 → Registration date extended to June 22

  We are pleased to welcome you to BioHasard 2019, an international conference to be held in Rennes, Brittany, France from August 26 to August 29, 2019. This conference will gather scientists from mathematics, statistics, computing sciences and biology to share last advances and open new research avenues in probabilistic biological processes.

The scientific program will include sessions about stochastic models in

  • Epidemiology
  • Ecology and Evolution
  • Physiology and Cell Biology
  • Genetics and Molecular Biology
  • Landscape and Environment
  • Neurobiology and Ethology
  • Population Dynamics
  • System Biology

The program will additionally include discussion sessions with the aim to start new collaborative projects such as writing review or opinion and perspective papers, or plan future research or teaching projects. We will favour discussions and networking in a friendly atmosphere to encourage future collaborations.

Confirmed speakers include:

Linda Allen (Texas Tech University)
Nicolas Bacaër (IRD Paris)
Vincent Bansaye (Ecole Polytechnique)
Vrushali Bokil (Oregon State University)
Loren Coquille (Université Grenoble-Alpes)
Camille Coron (Université Paris-Sud)                                                                   
Hélène Guérin (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Florent Malrieu (Institut Denis Poisson, Tours)
Aline Marguet (INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes)
Maria E. Orive (University of Kansas)
Charline Smadi (IRSTEA, Clermont-Ferrand)
Romain Yvinec (INRA Tours)

There remain a few slots in the programme of talks. If you are interested in proposing a talk, a poster or a workshop session, please indicate it through online registration and attach an abstract. Depending on the number of received abstracts, a scientific committee will select among proposals and request for chair(wo)man roles. 

The conference and lunches will take place in the university campus. In the evenings, we will enjoy in the old middle-age and Renaissance part of the town and its multiple parks. One afternoon will be free and some of us will likely go and breath sea air in St Malo to walk and shop in this old pirate town, take a sea bath (water at ~18°c) and taste some fresh seafoods.

Before or after the conference, you may enjoy the surroundings: The king Arthur's forest of Broceliande, Brittany coasts, Brittany prehistoric sites like Carnac and Monteneuf, English islands (Jersey and Guernsey), The Mont-Saint-Michel, The medieval cities of Dinan and Vannes, The pirate city of Saint-Malo, diving and sailing, etc.