This international summer institute will integrate empirical and theoretical knowledge across disciplines with the aim to understand in different contexts, from extensive data analysis and modeling approaches to clinical practice, how diverse physiological systems and sub-systems dynamically interact to produce health and disease.
This will be an interactive event with lectures ranging from physics and applied mathematics to neuroscience, physiology and medicine, covering a range of physiological systems from the cellular to the organ level, and will discuss the challenges, current frontiers and future developments in the emerging field of Network Physiology.
Presentations on basic research will be combined with lectures by leading physiologists and clinicians, working with large medical and ICU databases.
This International Summer Institute aims to provide a relaxed setting where lecturers and attendees interact throughout the course of the week. We have speakers, prominent leaders in their respective fields, who will present new directions in the theory of networks of dynamical systems, brain and neuronal dynamics, tissues and cell assemblies, pair-wise and network interactions of organ systems and sub-systems, and advanced methods from non-linear dynamics and synchronization phenomena.
The Summer Institute will address a diverse audience of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research scientists and faculty across a broad range of disciplines and fields from physics, applied mathematics and biomedical engineering to neuroscience, physiology and clinical medicine.
We look forward to meeting you in Como!
Plamen Ch. Ivanov
Summer Institute Organizer and Director
More information: https://isinp-3.lakecomoschool.org/