This workshop lasted three full days, and attendees were encouraged to bring ideas/data for their own simulation projects. The daily schedule included theoretical and practical lectures, instructor-guided hands-on tutorials, and opportunities for one-on-one interaction with the instructors on individual project development.

Please see the preprint of Spatial Stochastic Modeling with MCell and CellBlender for a concise explanation of the theory and motivations for using spatial stochastic modeling as well as detailed steps for creating basic and intermediate CellBlender models. 

Workshop instructors:

  • James Faeder (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Thomas Bartol (Salk Institute for Biological Studies)
  • Robert F. Murphy (Carnegie Mellon University) 


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