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CompuCell3D and SBW 11th User Training Workshop
August 9th—August 15th, 2015, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA
Please read the report from our 2015 CommpuCell3D and Tellurium Modeling Workshop Report
We are pleased to announce our 11th User Training Workshop. The registration deadline is June 30th 2015. For more information please visit: CompuCell3D and SBW User Training Workshop
IMPORTANT: We will host a one-day Workshop on Python Programming on Sunday, Aug 9th, 2015 that is designed to increase participants' familiarity with Python. This event is optional but if you feel you need to refresh your Python knowledge this is a good opportunity to to so.
New CompuCell3D 3.7.4 is released
Download here CompuCell3D 3.7.4 Download page
Welcome to CompuCell3D
CompuCell3D is an open-source simulation environment for multi-cell, single-cell-based modeling of tissues, organs and organisms.
It uses Cellular Potts Model to model cell behavior.
This project is funded by the NIH and EPA.
Compucell3D is led by Andy Somogyi (IU), James Glazier(IU) and Roshan D'Souza (U.Wisc. Milwaukee)
How to cite CompuCell3D
Multi-Scale Modeling of Tissues Using CompuCell3D – M. Swat, Gilberto L. Thomas, Julio M. Belmonte, A. Shirinifard, D.Hmeljak, J. A. Glazier, Computational Methods in Cell Biology, Methods in Cell Biology 110: 325-366 (2012)
Asst/Assoc/Full Professor in Intelligent Systems Engineering
We are looking for outstanding researchers in both experimental and computational biology areas that apply to "Intelligent Systems Engineering" very broadly defined to include Computational Biology, Virtual Tissues, Tissue Engineering, Synthetic Biology, Toxicology, Computational Toxicology, Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biosensors, Organ-on-a-chip, etc.
CompuCell3D Presentations from the conference Toward the 3D Virtual Cell - UC San Diego - Atkinson Hall, December 13-14, 2012.
New CompuCell Simulations have been published:
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