The school will focus on the interplay between physics and biology to understand biological processes
at different scales, from the molecular level to living organisms. It is aimed at PhD students
and early-stage researchers, trained in various fields, and with an interest in biology. Participants
will be shown how a biological problem can be tackled using an integrated approach. The school
also aims at showing how physics and mathematics can contribute to model biological processes.
The interplay between physics and biology will be illustrated on two research fields. For each
theme, there will be about 12 lectures, accessible to non-specialists of these topics. Lectures, given
by researchers chosen for their complementarity, will cover a range of experimental and theoretical