Journal Club Computational Biology
In this seminar we will present original work in Computational biology as well as progress reports from PhD students. Master students will present their MSc thesis plans and results.
|Room||Takustr. 9 SR 049|
|Start||Apr 13, 2010|
Master and PhD students in Bioinformatics, Computer Science and Mathematics
The schedule of the seminar will follow below.
|13.04||Birte Kehr||Fast local alignments|
|20.04||Manuel Holtgrewe||Considerations about designing a read mapping benchmark|
|04.05||Rene Märker||State of MSc thesis|
|11.05||Konrad Rudolph||Planning MSc thesis|
|18.05||Anne-Katrin Emde||State of PhD thesis|
|08.06||Sandro Andreotti||Assigning transcript expression levels to splice variants|
|15.06||Dr. Alberto M. R. Dávila
|Describing the bioinformatics pipeline of a system for functional annotation of genomic data.
Experimental design and differential analysis with ITRAQ
|State of MSc thesis
Evaluation of RNA-Seq experiments
|06.07||Stephan Aiche||State of PhD thesis|
|13.07 (10:30) Raum 051||Martin Burkert||Forschungspraktikum|
English is the preferred language of presentation. There will be presentations about the current work in the research group as well as a thematic emphasis on recent algorithmic publications (e.g. RECOMB)
Three useful guides on how to give a good seminar talk: