The Topdrim project was present in Berlin for taking part in CS2Bio 14. CS2Bio is a one-day workshop focusing on the interaction between computer science and biology. Topdrim was represented by members of several consortium partners. Marco Pettini (Aix Marseille) was a invited speaker and gave a presentation on Long-range electrodynamical interactions among biomolecules and prospective applications on biocomputers, Matteo Rucco (Camerino Univ.) presented their recent work jHoles: a tool for understanding biological complex networks via clique weight rank persistent homology, produced in collaboration with Jacopo Binchi, Emanuela Merelli, Giovanni Petri and Francesco Vaccarino. Emanuela Merelli (Camerino Univ.) took the opportunity to present Topdrim to the participants of the workshop. This workshop also counted with the presence of Jeffrey Johnson (Open University) that gave a half-day tutorial session on Hypernetworks Clinic – letting the data speak for themselves.
Pictures from the Workshop: