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Combinatorics of Genome Rearrangements (Seminar in SS 2010)


392171 Marilia Braga Mi 14-16 U10-146 ekvv

Office Hours:

every Wednesday from 16.00 to 17.00 in room U10-141

Calendar:

14.04.2010 Introduction Marilia
21.04.2010 Organization Marilia
28.04.2010
05.05.2010 Common Intervals Nicole & Svea
12.05.2010 DCJ Julia & Linda
12.05.2010 Genome Halving under DCJ Benedikt & Sebastian
19.05.2010 Dies academicus
26.05.2010 Block-interchanges Denis & Lisa-Maria
02.06.2010 Sorting by reversals Lina, Maureen & Farrin
09.06.2010 Perfect DCJ rearrangements Niclas & Hakan
09.06.2010 Perfect sorting by reversals Robert & Henry
16.06.2010 Perfect reversal median Christian, Philipp & Ansgar
23.06.2010 Multichromosomal genome median and halving problems Sarah, Konstantin & Stanislaw
30.06.2010
07.07.2010 Sorting a bridge hand Dominic & Erwin
14.07.2010 On the Toric Graph as a Tool to Handle the Problem of Sorting by Transpositions Nina & Jennifer
21.07.2010 Deadline for the first version of the report All

Rules:

Oral presentations take 20+20 minutes (groups of 2) or 15+15+15 minutes (groups of 3). Every group writes a written summary of 15 pages (groups of 2) or 18 pages (groups of 3). The first version has to be handed in by July 21, 2010.

Topics:

In this seminar we will see combinatoric approaches for problems involving large scale genome rearrangements, such as inversions, fusions, fissions, translocations, block-interchanges and transpositions:

  • Genomic distance and sorting
  • Genome halving
  • Median of three genomes
  • Common intervals

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