UCSD-UiO-Simula offers Summer School in Computational Physiology
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UCSD-UiO-Simula offers Summer School in Computational Physiology


In conjunction with the University of California San Diego, Simula Research Laboratory is pleased to announce the 3rd edition of our annual Summer School in Computational Physiology.

This year's school will focus on modelling the physiology of excitable tissues and take in fundamental topics in electrophysiology and mechanics of the heart, as well as related material in computational neurophysiology and pharmacology.

We are currently seeking master's and early doctoral students to participate, and will accept applications until March 1st 2016.

The initial series of lectures will be hosted by Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway (June 13th-24th), followed by project work, a workshop in scientific presentation skills, and final student presentations hosted by the University of California San Diego from August 4th-12th. This school is an outstanding opportunity to acquire training in computational physiology (particularly electrophysiology) from leading international researchers.

Details regarding scheduling, logistics, core scientific material, and the application process can be found through our online call for participation.

Please contact Dr. Andy Edwards if you have any questions concerning the scientific content: andy@simula.no

For logistical questions, general inquiries, or to submit an application please contact Elin Backe Christophersen: elin@simula.no