School of Life Sciences

The School of Life Sciences fosters education, research and innovation at the interface of engineering and biology to advance the understanding of the living world and solve biomedical problems.

Education

We offer a Bachelor and Master program in Life Sciences Engineering, a Master program in Neuro-X, as well as four Doctoral programs.

Research

Our 58 research groups in 5 institutes operate at the interface of biology, basic sciences, computer sciences and engineering.

Innovation

We cultivate a climate of exploration and translation of knowledge and technologies to a sustainable benefit of humankind.

Upcoming events

Inaugural Lectures | Nicolas Thomä and Fides Zenk

09-09-202409-09-2024

With: Nicolas Thomä Fides Zenk
Place and room: SV 1717
Category: Inaugural lectures – Honorary Lecture

Bernoulli Center

New developments and challenges in Stochastic Partial Differential Equations

22-07-202426-07-2024

With: Format. The workshop includes the following four mini-courses: Mario Maurelli (University of Pisa): Regularisation by noise Felix Otto (MPI Leipzig): Regularity structures Hao Shen (University of Wisconsin – Madison): Stochastic quantisation Nikolaos Zygouras (University of Warwick): Critical SPDEs In addition, talks will be given by Leonie Canet (Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble Alpes) Sandra Cerrai (University of Maryland) Xue-Mei Li (EPFL) Dejun Luo (Chinese Academy of Sciences) Szymon Peszat (Jagiellonian University) Fabio Toninelli (TU Vienna) Rongchan Zhu (Beijing Institute of Technology) Xiangchan Zhu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Place and room: Bernoulli Center, GA 3 21
Category: Conferences – Seminars

Tech4Growth Conference 2024

11-06-202423-09-2024

Place and room: RLC E1 240
Category: Conferences – Seminars

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Discover the splendid labs and facilities of the Schools of Life Sciences (SV) and Engineering Sciences and Technology (STI)

“Being in a technical school gives us many opportunities”. Watch our interview with the dean of the School of Life Sciences, Andy Oates