Second BIOMICS SUMMER WORKSHOP

The Second BIOMICS Summer Workshop took place from the 18th to the 20th of June at the University of St Andrews in Scotland by kind invitation of Professor Alastair Munro, Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Dundee and BIOMICS project partner.

The purpose of this workshop was to enable project partners to present the main findings from the second year of BIOMICS research to each other and to external guests, especially from the Interaction Computing Research Network (ICRN) and the UCOMP cluster. 

The workshop was a great success enabling us to share our research output and have a very fruitful knowledge exchange. 

You can view the final agenda below as well the power point presentations that were presented.

Agenda 

Presentations

See the Abstracts and Presentations from the 2013 Workshop

Download the Proceedings from the  2013 Workshop 

Register here (link no longer active)

Pictures from the WORKSHOP

 

 2nd wkshop 5

Group Photo: Daniel Schreckling, Zoltán Muzsnay, Alastair Munro, Eszter Gselmann, Eric Rothstein, Attila Egri-Nagy, Chrystopher Nehaniv, Zoltán Halasi, Fariba Karimi, Bruce Christianson, Anne English, Ágnes Bonivárt, Paolo Dini, Egon Börger, Joachim Posegga

 

2nd wkshop 1

Prof Bruce Christianson, Prof Egon Börger, Prof Chrystopher Nehaniv, Dr Attila Egri-Nagy, Prof Joachim Posegga

2nd wkshop 2

Dr Eszter Gselmann, Prof Zoltán Muzsnay

2nd wkshop 3

Dr Paolo Dini, Eric Rothstein, Daniel Schreckling, Dr Zoltán Halasi

2nd wkshop 4

Prof Egon Börger

Useful Information for Participants

The University of St Andrews is in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It is the oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland and the 3rd oldest in the English-speaking world,. Founded in 1413, it has just celebrated its 600th anniversary.

St Andrews is situated on the east coast of Fife, Scotland, UK and is approximately 50 miles north-east of Edinburgh, 14 miles south-east of Dundee, 78 miles south of Aberdeen, 82 miles east of Glasgow; and 466 miles north of London.

http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/maps/

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Meeting place

The meeting will take place at The Gateway Centre: http://www.discoverstandrews.com/view_Residential_Conference_Venues_The_Gateway.aspx

 

Maps

Accommodation

Registered participants will be automatically booked in the campus accommodation, Agnes Blackadder Hall  (formerly known as “New Hall”) http://www.discoverstandrews.com/view_Agnes-Blackadder-Hall.aspx, that has been reserved for this event. We have set aside only 30 places that will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All rooms are en suite and breakfast is included. Please note that the cost of accommodation is kindly covered by Prof Munro’s BIOMICS Events budget. The accommodation is 2 minutes walk from the conference venue (The Gateway Centre) which is itself only 5 minutes walk from the centre of this fine medieval town.

 Note: If you are travelling from Edinburgh Airport to St. Andrews. we recommend you use the student founded taxi share service http://www.standrewsdirect.com/index.htmlIt operates 24/7 and needs to be booked at least 5 days in advance but costs only £20 each way.

Otherwise you can also use these options:

1. Tram from Edinburgh airport to Haymarket train station (15-20 mins). Train from Haymarket - Leuchars (around 1 hour). From Leuchars bus or taxi to St Andrews.
2. Bus no. 747 from Edinburgh airport to Inverkeithing train station (every half hour, takes 20-25 mins). Train from Inverkeithing to Leuchars (around 45 mins). Bus or taxi to St Andrews.
3. Bus no. 747 from Edinburgh airport to Ferrytoll Park & ride (every half hour, takes 20 mins). Bus X59 from Ferrytoll Park & Ride to St Andrews bus station (takes around 1 hour 20).

Getting to St. Andrews

By Air
By Bus
By Car
By Rail
By Taxi

Download maps
Map of University(PDF, 186 KB)

Recycling points around St Andrews(PDF, 114 KB)

Walking and Cycling Map(PDF, 102 KB)

Useful Addresses

St Andrews location