Latest news:

June 7, 2006:
Final information has been posted.

May 22, 2006:
Program has been updated.

February 28, 2006:
Workshop program is available.

January 13, 2006:
Registration and abstract submission forms posted.

January 13, 2006:
Hotel information is available.

November 14, 2005:
Final list of invited speakers posted.


Financial support provided by:

European Science Foundation

Universitat de Barcelona

Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya

Fundació La Caixa

Last updated:
November 14, 2005


After decades studying the theoretical aspects associated with the stochasticity of physical processes and chemical reactions, recent advances in experimental molecular biology have begun to provide a wealth of data revealing the relevance of noise in the biophysical and biochemical processes that govern the behavior of cells. This workshop intends to bring together the theoretical and experimental communities involved in these quests, with the aim of setting a common ground and a common set of problems to address in the near future.

The list of topics that will be discussed include:

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Invited speakers

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The workshop will be held in Cosmocaixa, the newly renovated science museum of the city of Barcelona. The museum is located on the hillside of the Tibidabo mountain, overlooking the city. A map of the area around the museum can be found here.

How to reach Cosmocaixa:

The talks will take place in the Sala Agora of the Cosmocaixa. Wireless internet connection will be available in certain areas within the museum.

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Accomodation has been reserved for most participants at the guesthouses Torre Girona and Penyafort, located in the Pedralbes area. A map of the area can be found here.

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Getting here

The Barcelona International Airport is located 16 km south of the city of Barcelona. A taxi ride from the airport to the guesthouses costs around 20 euros.

Public transportation options from the airport to the guesthouses are:

In this map you'll find the location of the subway (Metro) station "Palau Reial". A map of Barcelona's subway network can be found here.

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Abstract submission

Abstract submission is closed.

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