Welcome to CompuCell3D
CompuCell3D is an open-source simulation environment for multi-cell, single-cell-based modeling of tissues, organs and organisms.
It uses Cellular Potts Model to model cell behavior.
This project is funded by the NIH and EPA.
Compucell3D is led by Maciej Swat (IU), James Glazier(IU) and Roshan D'Souza (U.Wisc. Milwaukee)
How to cite CompuCell3D:
Multi-Scale Modeling of Tissues Using CompuCell3D – M. Swat, Gilberto L. Thomas, Julio M. Belmonte, A. Shirinifard, D.Hmeljak, J. A. Glazier, Computational Methods in Cell Biology, Methods in Cell Biology 110: 325-366 (2012)
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CompuCell3D Mini-Workshop — June 14th Gothenborg, Sweden - part of ECMTB 2014
We are pleased to announce CompuCell3D mini-workshop that will take place during ECMTB 2014 international Conference (please see http://ecmtb2014.org/minisymposia for detailed schedule of the conference). It is a great opportunity to get familiar with CompuCell3D, talko to developers and fellow scientists. We are hoping to see you there!
Cellular Potts Modeling in Biology Mini-Symposium — June 18th Gothenborg, Sweden - part of ECMTB 2014
We are pleased to announce a mini-symposium on applications of Cellular Potts Model in mathematical biology. This is even is part of ECMTB 2014 international Conference (please see http://ecmtb2014.org/minisymposia for detailed schedule.
CompuCell3D Presentations from the conference Toward the 3D Virtual Cell - UC San Diego - Atkinson Hall, December 13-14, 2012.
New CompuCell Simulations have been published:
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