(click the above to download the class brochure.)
CompuCell3D 17th User Training Workshop July 31st - August 7th, 2022
Student Material (slides, readings, demos, etc.) are on Google drive here (individual sessions are listed below).
The complete set of daily slides are here.
The class video recordings are all here (individual sessions are listed below).
There is also the Workshop Slack channel.
28 June 2022 Orientation Session
Orientation Slides, and Video 1, Video 2 (same information in the two sessions).
Sunday 31 July 2022 Python Day
The videos are in the Day 0 Folder.
Monday 1 August 2022 Basics of CC3D
The videos are in the Day 1 Folder.
Module 1.2 IntroToPotts EMT and Contact Energies Belmonte 2022
Tuesday 2 August 2022 Forces and Chemical Fields
The videos are in the Day 2 Folder.
Module 2.1 CC3D Applications and Modeling Approaches Glazier 2022
Wednesday 3 August Network Modeling in CC3D
The videos are in the Day 3 Folder.
Module 3.4 Advanced Antimony Using Network Models in a MultiCellular Context
Thursday 4 August Title Compartments and Links
The videos are in the Day 4 Folder.
Module 4.1 Using Network Models in a MultiCellular Context Glazier 2022
Friday 5 August 2022 Advanced Topics in CC3D
The videos are in the Day 5 Folder.
Module 5.1 Links Epithelial Cells Tissue Folding Belmonte 2022
Module 5.3.2 Cluster Size Distribution in Tumors Mukherjee 2022
Module 5.3.3 Deploying CC3D Simulations as nanoHUB Tools Gianlupi 2022
Saturday 6 August 2022 Hackathon to Build Your Own Model Day 1
The videos are in the Day 6 Folder.
Sunday 7 August 2022 Hackathon to Build Your Own Model Day 2
The videos are in the Day 7 Folder.
Class announcement for the CompuCell3D 17th User Training Workshop (Online)
July 31st - August 7th, 2022
The entire set of YouTube videos for the 2021 workshop are available here.
The slides and other information are available on 2021 class's Google drive here.
Python class on Sunday: Zoom link
Workshop Monday - Friday: Zoom link
Hackathon Saturday (Sunday): Zoom link
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Orientation meetings for the 2022 CC3D Workshop will be held in advance of the workshop on June 28th at 9:00 AM, 12:00 PM, and 6:00 PM (EST). If you are unable to attend one of these sessions, you can view the recordings on YouTube and download the slides at your convenience. The orientation will include a number of important links, a step-by-step tutorial on using CompuCell3D on nanoHub, as well as a preliminary course schedule.
A recording of the orientation meeting can be found on YouTube at the following link: https://youtu.be/lHlYHw8QxzU
Two hackathon discussion and teaming meetings will be held in advance of the workshop on July 13th and July 25th from 12:00–2:00 PM (EST). If you are planning to attend the hackathon, these meetings will be a good way to start thinking of a topic and find potential teammates with similar interests.
We recommend joining the Workshop's Slack group to discuss the course and hackathon ideas. Join here.
Registration and Contacts:
To register please fill out the registration form.
If you have any questions please contact <compucell3d DOT iu AT gmail DOT com>
CompuCell3D.org | twitter: @CompuCell3D
Related workshops to consider:
July 18–11: Network Modeling Virtual Summer School & Symposium (link)
July 24–30: PhysiCell Workshop and Hackathon (link)
Intro to Python:
July 31st, 2022. 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM US Eastern time.
We will have a one day Python training class on Sunday August 1st. This class is optional and meant as an introduction and refresher course for programming in Python. if you are comfortable using Python this can be skipped.
The meeting is via Zoom here.
Tissue Modeling with CompuCell3D:
August 1nd - 5th, 2021. 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM US Eastern time.
The class is via Zoom here.
August 6th - 7th, 2021. 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM US Eastern time.
The class is via Zoom here.
Class Announcement, fliers, etc.:
- The Biocomplexity Institute of Indiana University
- The NIH (U24EB028887, R01GM122424)
- The NSF (NSF 1720625)