Department Mathematik



          Random Structures in Neuroscience and Biology

                                        Herrsching, March 26-29, 2018

This workshop brings together mathematicians working on biological applications as well as neuroscientists and biologists with interest in mathematical modelling. An emphasis is put on aspects related to network modelling in these fields.

This four-day event will build bridges between researchers from a variety of disciplines, thereby providing a platform to promote the cross-fertilization of ideas. The objectives of this workshop are two-fold:

  • Discussions on recent advances in probabilistic and statistical models in mathematical biology and computational neuroscience
  • Stimulation of mathematical research by formulating new challenges for mathematicians arising from questions in neuroscience and biology.

Invited Speakers

Michel Benaïm* (Université de Neuchâtel)
Alessandra Cipriani (TU Delft)
Asja Fischer (University of Bonn)
Mareike Fischer (University of Greifswald)
Benedikt Jahnel (WIAS Berlin)
Sándor Kolumbán (TU Eindhoven)
Noemi Kurt (TU Berlin)
Christian Leibold (BCCN and LMU München)
Johannes Lengler (ETH Zurich)
Eva Löcherbach (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
Matthias Löwe (WWU Münster)
Jesper Møller (Aalborg University)
Guido Montúfar (MPI MIS Leipzig)
Klaus Obermayer (TU Berlin)
Patricia Reynaud-Bouret* (Université de Nice)
Wioletta Ruszel (TU Delft)
Ngoc Tran (HCM Bonn)
* to be confirmed

Organizers: Markus Heydenreich, Christian Hirsch


The workshop starts with dinner on Sunday, March 25 and ends after lunch on Thursday, March 29. More information on the registration procedure will follow soon.


Leibniz Association