Conferences, invited conferences
Conferences with proceedings are not repeated here.
O. Bernard and A. Sciandra organized a specific session on CO2 mitigation and energy production with microalgae at the ASLO conference. 13 papers and posters where presented.
O. Bernard gave two presentations at the ASLO conference on bioreactor modelling and on the coupling between anaerobic digestion and microalgae. J. Rault presented a poster at ASLO entitled “Zooplankton size spectra: part 2, model development”.
O. Bernard was invited to give a conference on reaction network identification (March, the 12th ) by J.Van Impe, KUL, Leuven, Belgium.
O. Bernard was invited by B. Perhame in the Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory to give a presentation on modelling the coupling between biology and physics (November, the 10th).
O. Bernard presented the Shamash project and its results at the PNRB forum in Paris (February 5, 2009).
J.-L. Gouzé was invited to give a seminar at the annual meeting of SFBT (French Speaking Society for Theoretical Biology), Solignac, France, (June 2009).
J.-L. Gouzé was invited during one week for the Program “Advances in the Theory of Control, Signals and Systems with Physical Modeling”, Centre Interfacultaire Bernoulli, hosted by EPFL, Lausanne, Suisse (June 2009) and gave a presentation.
M. Chaves was invited to make a presentation at the following control meetings: "Control Theory: On the Way to New Application Fields", at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany (February 2009); the DIMACS workshop “Control Theory and Dynamics in Systems Biology”, at Rutgers University, USA (May 2009); and the JOBIM 2009 satellite meeting “Dynamical modelling and simulation of biological networks”, in Nantes (June 2009).
M. Chaves also did a presentation at the 2nd INRIA-NIH Biomedical Computing Workshop, in Paris-Rocquencourt (June 2009).
"Dynamic Life Cycle Assessment of Biogas Production from Microalgae" by P. Collet, A. Hélias, L. Lardon, J-P. Steyer, and O. Bernard. was presented at the Conference "Life Cycle Assessment IX" Boston, September 29th to October 2nd, 2009. This presentation gives some ideas on how to take into account the dynamic nature of biological processes in order to more accurately assess their environmental impact.