• Event wrap up

    Posted on 22 August 2022.

    In a few figures, the SIB days 2022 gathered...

    • more than 300 SIB Members and Employees
    • 54 speakers incl. 2 inspiring keynotes: Antonella Santuccione Chadha (Women's Brain Project) and Johannes Rainer (Eurac Research)
    • 8 thematic sessions across life science domains
    • 9 workshops and tutorials, from protein structure prediction to sex biases in data science and AI
    • 1 panel discussion on the importance of reproducible research and open software development
    • ...and a great summer party at the Römerhof farm!

    We hope all participants returned home with beautiful memorie...

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  • Connect to WIFI

    Posted on 9 June 2022.

    To connect to WIFI at the congress centre Biel Bienne, find below the credentials:

    Username: 2985135377

    Password: 0281

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  • Download the programme in pdf

    Posted on 8 June 2022.

    If you wish to download the final programme as a pdf, here is the file. The programme has been printed and will be included in each welcome bag.

    You will find the programme, the important information regarding the party and how to reach us in case of any problem.

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  • The final programme is online

    Posted on 25 May 2022.

    In just a few weeks, we will be welcoming you at the SIB days in Biel: we are delighted to have more than 350 participants from across Switzerland's best groups in computational biology. 

    Explore the finalized scientific programme (including 'ad hoc' informal sessions on topics beyond science), and discover the social activity, which will be an evening at the Römerhof farm, with the traditional party at the end.

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  • Last chance to register

    Posted on 12 April 2022.

    If you have not made up your mind yet about attending the SIB days, take a look at the sessions' descriptionsworkshops and tutorials, and keynote speakers. Please note that speakers, workshop and tutorial organizers also need to register, and that registration will no longer be possible after the deadline of 1 May. Please note that speakers and workshop & tutorial organizers also need to register.

    Still unsure? We have concocted you a great night to exchange with your colleagues in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. On Tuesday 14 June, we will spend the evening at Römerhof, a traditional Ber...

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  • Meet our Session Chairs

    Posted on 23 March 2022.

    The session chairs were selected to reflect the diversity of SIB members, covering the main axes of research, aiming for gender balance, including both Group Leaders and Postdoctoral Researchers, and bringing together members from different institutions.

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  • Early bird registration ends: 31 March

    Posted on 18 February 2022.

    The deadline for early bird registration is 31 March !

    Register until Thursday 31 March 2022 to benefit from the following reduced fees:

    • SIB Member: 250 CHF (300 CHF after 31 March)
    • Students: 185 CHF (235 CHF after 31 March)

    To register, you just need to sign in and follow the instructions. You'll find all necessary information on the registration page.

    Important dates:

    • 17 February 2022 - Opening of the early-bird registration  
    • 1 April 2022 - Normal registration fees apply
    • 1 May 2022 - Registration closes

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  • Discover our keynote speakers !

    Posted on 4 February 2022.

    Antonella Santuccione Chadha and Johannes Rainer will present at the SIB days 

    It is our pleasure to welcome Antonella Santuccione Chadha (co-founder and CEO of the non-profit organization “Women’s Brain Project”) and Johannes Rainer (Head of Computational Metabolomics at Eurac Research) at the SIB days 2022. 

    Antonella Santuccione Chadha is a medical doctor with expertise in clinical pathology, neuroscience and psychiatric disorders. She is head of stakeholder engagement for Alzheimer’s disease at Biogen. She is co-founder and CEO of the non-profit organization “Women’s Brain Project”

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