Mini-Conference on Generative AI in Life Science

On April 15-16, we are organizing a mini-conference on Generative AI in Life Science, where we will gather key players working on the interface between machine learning and biology, focusing on generative models.
The conference website can be found at As you can see, we have a fantastic lineup of speakers representing a diverse set of areas ranging from genomics to protein structure, from variant effect prediction to antibody design.
The conference will be similar in spirit to the "Machine Learning & Molecules" conference we held in 2017: Two days of talks about exciting new developments in Machine Learning in the Life Science domain and a poster session allowing participants to share their work as well. 
The meeting will held in the Lundbeck Auditorium of the Biocenter at the University of Copenhagen. There are only around 300 seats in the auditorium, which puts a natural limit on how many registrations we can accept. We therefore encourage you to sign up quickly to secure a seat.
There is an option for conference dinner on the first evening, which will be at BÆST ( Note that there are even fewer available seats for the dinner (~50) – so if you would like to join, do not hesitate to sign up immediately :)
Registration for the conference can be done through this link:


All the best from the organization committee,
Wouter Boomsma
Aasa Feragen
Jes Frellsen
Thomas Hamelryck
Søren Hauberg
Anders Krogh
Simon Olsson
Ole Winther


man 15 apr 24 -
tir 16 apr 24


DTU Compute



Lundbeck Auditorium of the Biocenter at the University of Copenhagen