2015 Biophysics Summer School:
Information Processing in Life
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    We live in an exciting era for life science. Advanced tools for observing life and accumulated information of biological systems give great opportunities for unveiling what life is. This school aims to encourage the next generation of biophysicists by introducing fundamental questions in life, experimental tools for observing life, and theoretical/computational methods for integrating data. Our school has introduced Information of Life (click) in 2014. Now we will explore Information Processing in Life. In particular, the information flow in the immune system will be much discussed.
    Time: July 6 (Mon) - 8 (Wed), 2015
    Place: APCTP Head quarter, 512 Seminar Room, POSTECH, Pohang
    Participants: 40 undergraduate students (accommodation and meals supported)
    Invited Speakers:
    Prof. Wokyung Sung (POSTECH) Between statistical physics and biophysics
    Prof. Ha Youn Lee (University of Southern California) Theoretical approaches toward HIV vaccine designs and incidence estimates
    Prof. Junghyo Jo (APCTP) The generation of diversity
    Prof. Jong-Bong Lee (POSTECH) Target searching and signaling in cells
    Prof. Nam Ki Lee (POSTECH) Journey to the cell: seeing dynamics in living cell by fluorescence imaging
    Prof. Junsang Doh (POSTECH) T cell migration: biophysical perspectives
    Prof. Joo-Yeon Yoo (POSTECH) Signal transduction of immune response
    Prof. Jae Ho Cho (IBS) Self-recognition for T cell homeostasis and function
    Prof. Seung-Woo Lee (POSTECH/IBS) Gut microbiota and the immune cell regulation
    Organizers: APCTP-POSTECH Biophysics Groups 
    (Profs. Wokyung Sung, Seunghwan Kim, Jong-Bong Lee, Nam Ki Lee, Woo Sung Jung, YongSeok Jho, Pan-Jun Kim, and Junghyo Jo)

    Contact: Junghyo Jo (Tel: 054-279-1345, Email: jojunghyo@apctp.org)

    Sponsor: APCTP and POSTECH