Current Info for students: Summer Semester 2018
Course catalog: Master's degree in bioinformatics (StO/PO 2012)
Timetable: Master's program (courses during the semester)
Further courses are offered as block courses during term break (cf. course catalog):
- Methods for investigating the RNA structurome and RNA-RNA interactome
Please note: This is a block course from April 03 - April 13 2018, registration via KVV until March 19. The lecture and the seminar must be taken together to obtain the credits for the research module.
- Current Issues in Cell Physiology (Practical Module)
- Current Issues in Medical Genomics (Practical Module)
- Structural Bioinformatics (Core Module)
- Reaction-diffusion simulations of signaltransduction cascades (Seminar/Research Module)
Preview: Winter Semester 2018/19
There will be NO core modules offered in winter semester 2018/19, however the following practical modules are planned:
- Current Issues in Cell Physiology (block course)
- Computer-Assisted System Biology
- Current Issues in Structural Bioinformatics (block course)
- Computer-aided drug design (block course)
The official registration period for all courses in Campus Management is April 3 - March 4 2018. To enroll in courses in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, students are also required to register via KVV. - Guide to register in a course in the KVV System
If you have any general questions concerning the stucture or organization of the program please contact the course coordinator or the examination office.
- Due to the amount of courses, it sometimes cannot be avoided that some courses overlap. If there are several students who wish to attend two overlapping classes, please contact the course instructors and the study office. We will check whether there is the possibility that one of the courses takes place at a different time.
- The language of instruction in all master’s courses may be German or English. If international students without sufficient knowledge of German participate in a course, the language of instruction is always English.