Hoehme Lab • Research group
Multicellular systems biology • Image analysis • Multiscale liver models
News and recent activities

October 16, 2017

TiQuant User & Developer Workshop

We organzied the 1st Workshop for users and developers of the image analysis and image…
July 20, 2017

Emmy Noether Meeting 2017

For the 16th time, groups funded by the Emmy Noether Programme met to exchange views…
May 05, 2017

Keynote at MPI MIS Workshop

We gladly accepted the invitation to give a keynote presentation titled "Multiscale modelling of liver…
March 16, 2017

LiSyM Site Visit

On 16th of March, we welcomed the programme director of the LiSyM research network Prof.…
December 21, 2016

Article - Der Regeneration der Leber auf der Spur

Just in time for Christmas, an article about the work of our group has been…
November 02, 2016

Book - Hepatocyte transplantation

We are happy to announce that the book that our group has contributed to will…
September 30, 2016

Image-based systems biology workshop in Jena

We participated in the 3rd International Workshop on Image-based Systems Biology that took place at…
September 04, 2016

ECCB 2016

We gladly accepted the invitation to give a talk at the ECCB 2016, the 15th…
July 15, 2016

Emmy Noether Meeting 2016

For the 15th time, groups funded by the Emmy Noether Programme met to exchange views…
March 17, 2016

International Workshop in Leipzig

Towards a unified framework for benchmarking multicellular models and modelling/simulation software Together with the group…

Towards a unified framework for benchmarking multicellular models and modelling/simulation software

Together with the group of Dr. Drasdo (INRIA, France), we organzied an international workshop that took place from 14th to 16th of March 2016 in Leipzig. The basic idea was to work out together an agenda that will make agent-based models available to the scientific community through a number of simulation examples that showcase their particular strengths and limitations with a particular focus on the improvement of software design to improve the usability and accessibility for experts and non-experts. The workshop was very well received and led to ongoing discussions.