About ICCB

The International Conference on Computational Bioengineering is a conference series initiated in Spain on 2003. Originally conceived by Manuel Doblaré, Helder Rodrigues, and Miguel Cerrolaza, the series is now steered by an international scientific committee that include also Jean-Louis Coatrieux, Harry van Lenthe, Marco Viceconti, and Sergio Oller.
The conference series is up to its sixth edition:

ICCB conferences usually have 150-200 participants, and are designed to favour as much as possible the informal networking between researchers in addition to the exchanges in the scientific sessions. Beautiful locations, great food, an easy-going atmosphere are the landmark features of these events, which contribute to create a social environment that favours the development of collaborations and exchanges.