From 1. to 5. October 2018 the first Cuba-German Graduate School in Cellular Biophysics took place at the Universidad de la Habanna in Havanna, Cuba. The school aimed to provide an introductory background to german and cuban post-graduate students on theoretical and experimental techniques to study biophysical processes at the cellular level. The school was financed by the Collaborative Research Center SFB 1027 "Physical modeling of non-equilibrium processes in biological systems", by the Physics Faculty of the University of Havana, the Cuban Physical Society and the Cuban National Program of Basic Sciences. Organizers on the German side were Prof. Ludger Santen (project A8, B1) and Prof. Heiko Rieger (project A3), and on the Cuban side Prof. Roberto Mulet and Prof. Alberto Lage. Lecturers from the SFB 1027 were Karin Jacobs, Franziska Lautenschläger, Jean-Baptiste Fleury, Albrecht Ott, Heiko Rieger, Ludger Santen, and Ralf Seemann. Many young researchers, PhD students and postdocs, from the SFB 1027and from the Universidad de la Habanna participated in the school.

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Participants of the Cuba-German Graduate School 1  Participants of the Cuban-German Graduate School 2

Date of new: 
Saturday, 15. December 2018













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