Artificial Intelligence for Biologists


This summer school is open to PhD students and post-doctoral fellows in biology and bioinformatics who wish to integrate the latest artificial intelligence techniques in their research. The participants will acquire theoretical knowledge and practical know-how on data representation, architecture design, and training/testing protocols. We will put a particular emphasis on the specific properties of protein sequences and structures, and on how these properties can be leveraged for improving the learning process.

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Sophie Barbe, TBI, INSA – CNRS – INRAE 
Claire Boyer, LPSM, Sorbonne University
Tatiana Galochkina, DSIMB, INSERM – University of Paris 
Alessandra Carbone, LCQB, CNRS – Sorbonne University 
Jean-Christophe Gelly, DSIMB, INSERM – University of Paris 
Sergei Grudinin, LJK, CNRS
Elodie Laine, LCQB, CNRS – Sorbonne University

Application here.

Application deadline is April 15th. A maximum of 20 participants will be selected.


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