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[edit] IISc/Chalmers Meeting on Systems Biology

23rd and 24th January, 2008

IISc and Chalmers University are holding a meeting on Systems Biology on the 23rd and 24th of January, 2008.

[edit] Participating Faculty

[edit] IISc

  • Manju Bansal, MBU
  • Chiranjib Bhattacharyya, CSA
  • Nagasuma Chandra, BIC/SERC
  • Jayant Haritsa, SERC
  • MRN Murthy, MBU
  • V Nagaraja, MCBL
  • Debnath Pal, SERC/BIC
  • Soumyendu Raha, SERC
  • S Ramakumar, BIC/SERC
  • N Srinivasan, MBU
  • Utpal Tatu, BC
  • Umesh Varshney, MCBL
  • Saraswathi Vishveshwara, MBU
  • Sandhya Vishveshwaraiah, MRDG

[edit] NCBS

  • Upinder Bhalla

[edit] Chalmers

  • Stefan Bengtsson
  • Anders Blomberg
  • Devdatt Dubhashi
  • Mats Jirstrand
  • Graham Kemp
  • Mikael Käll
  • Sven Nelander
  • Olle Nerman
  • Bodil Nordlander
  • Lisbeth Olsson
  • Kuchi VS Prasad
  • Bernt Wennberg

[edit] Programme

Programme PDF

[edit] Venue

[edit] Acknowledgements

  • International relations Cell, IISc for meeting support
  • The Swedish delegation express their thanks to Her Excellency, the Ambassador of India to Sweden, Smt. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa for support in getting India-Sweden collaborations to work

[edit] Other Information


The day temperatures in the month of January in Bangalore are very pleasant. The temperature ranges between about 12–24 °C.


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