School for young scientists
The School for Young Scientists (SYS) is an integral part of the Biomath conferences. It consists of meetings with the keynote speakers and SYS coordinators, SYS dedicated lectures of introductory nature giving foundations and insight into the respective topic and facilitating engagement with the keynote talks to follow and participation in the conference.
The aims of SYS are:
- - to bring closer established researchers and young scientists;
- - to broaden the scientific horizon and facilitate meaningful participation of young scientists in the conference;
- - established scholars have the opportunity to know good students and students have the opportunity to make contacts with prestigious professors;
- - students receive useful practical information related to their work and career.
The specific content in 2019 is as follows:
- First meeting of SYS and introduction of some keynote speakers: 20:00, 16 June
- The following lectures in the minisymposium are SYS lectures:
Prof. Avner Friedman
(i) How to avoid antagonism between two drugs in cancer therapy
(ii) How to schedule combination of two drugs in cancer therapy in order to increase efficacy
Prof. Grzegorz Rempala
(i) Stochastic vs deterministic models of micro and macro biological systems
(ii) Estimating parameters and model reduction in biological micro and macro systems
- Final meeting and handing out of certificates and prizes: 9:00-9:45, 22 June.
Certificates for successful completion of the School for Young Scientist (SYS) are issued to participants who
- (i) attended the above meetings and lectures,
- (ii) who have made a conference presentation (talk or poster),
- (iii) attended all conference activities, specifically all keynote talks.
PhD students are further expected to have taken part in the PhD Presenters Competition.