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Prof. Uwe Sauer is Professor for Systems Biology at the new ETH Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, which is part of the national initiative for systemps biology (www.systemsX.ch). With a PhD in microbiology and a post-doc in bioprocess engineering, he has led his own quantitative physiology group at the ETH Institute of Biotechnology, and was PI on several industry- and EU-funded projects. He has had more than 60 publications over the last 5 years. Pr. U. Sauer chairs the data acquisition and database working group of the international Yeats Systems Biology Network that is funded as a NoE FP6. He is part of various scientific committees on systems biology and industrial technology, and is also a Scientific Advisor for the Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Mircoorganisms and several biotech companies.

 

Prof. Rick Stevens is a professor of computer science at the University of Chicago, and holds senior fellow appointments in the University’s Computation Institute (CI) and the Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology. He co-founded and has co-directed the CI, which provides an intellectual home for large-scale interdisciplinary projects involving computation. Rick is also Associate Laboratory Director responsible for Computing, Environment, and Life Sciences research at Argonne National Laboratory, where he developed Argonne’s research program in computational biology. Recently Rick has been co-leading the DOE laboratory planning effort for exascale computing research aiming to develop computer systems one thousand times faster than current supercomputers and to apply these systems to fundamental problems in science including genomic analysis, whole cell modeling, climate models and problems in fundamental physics and energy technology development. Rick is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and his research groups have won many national awards over the years.