12th International CellML Workshop

The 12th International CellML Workshop was held 26 & 27 March 2018 at the Goldie Room on Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand.

The annual International CellML Workshop is an opportunity for scientists to present and discuss ongoing work related to physiological modelling and simulation with particular focus on model and data exchange & reuse, archiving, and versioning and related software support.

While the primary emphasis of this workshop is on CellML, work from across the VPH & Physiome Project and computational systems biology communities are covered (e.g., RICORDOSED-MLPhysiome RepositoryCOMBINE, and the Virtual Physiological Rat). In addition to participants from the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, the Maurice Wilkins Centre, and the University of Auckland, previous workshops have attracted delegates from the UK, USA, Japan, Norway, France, Poland, Belgium, and Germany.

This year the workshop featured the following topics.

  • libCellML developments and plans (documentation; GitHub).
  • Bond-graph based modular modelling with CellML.
  • Model curation.
  • Web applications using the Physiome Model Repository.
  • Multiscale model visualisation and interaction.


goldie.jpgThe 12th International CellML Workshop will be held in the Goldie Room at the Goldie Vineyard, Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand. Daily transport from downtown Auckland to the venue will be arranged each day of the workshop.


The final programme is available.

Delegate Listing

The listing of registered participants is available.


The 12th International CellML Workshop is being organised by David Nickerson, with the help of Kate Harsant, Peter Hunter, Hugh Sorby, Tommy Yu, Koray Atalag, Alan Garny, and Kenneth Tran from the Auckland Bioengineering Institute. Please contact if you have any queries regarding the workshop.


The 12th International CellML Workshop was jointly sponsored by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute and the Medical Technologies Centre of Research Excellence.

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