[Comp-neuro] Swedish Masters Program in Computational and Systems Biology

Mikael Djurfeldt mikael at djurfeldt.com
Mon Oct 15 17:17:16 CEST 2007


The School of Computer Science and Communication of KTH Royal
Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden) wishes to bring to your
attention a new Master Program in Computational and Systems Biology,
starting in the fall of 2008.

The Master Program is of two years, in the Bologna format of European
Higher education. A web page with more information is at
http://www.csc.kth.se/utbildning/program/compsysbio/home

Tuition in Swedish higher education is free, for anyone, from any country.

Stockholm/Uppsala is a major center of the biotech/pharma industries
in Europe, and one of the major hubs in biomedical research,
worldwide.

KTH has strong traditions in Biotechnology, Theoretical Computer
Science (Algorithmic complexity theory) and many other fields, and
pursues a vigorous program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

For any questions or queries, please feel free to get in touch with
me, or with any faculty member as listed on the the program web page.

Mikael Djurfeldt
Research engineer CBN/CSC


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