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Bioinformatics Journal Club


392172 Dörr Winter 2014/2015 Thursday 18-20 in U10-155 ekvv

Contents

In this seminar we read and discuss current research articles from different fields in bioinformatics. Each participant must present in few minutes two articles of their choice one week before their presentation. The group then votes which article will be discussed in detail in the subsequent week. To this end, the participant who choose the article will take the lead of the discussion. All participants must read the paper and prepare themselves for the discussion.

The topics of presented papers should be related to bioinformatics, biology, or computer sciences.

Schedule

Date Topic Name Article
09.10.2014 Organization of the journal club Daniel Doerr
16.10.2014
23.10.2014 (RECOMB-CG)
30.10.2014
06.11.2014
13.11.2014 Efficient storage of high throughput DNA sequencing data using reference-based compression Liren Huang link
20.11.2014 Detecting influenza epidemics using search engine query data YU Jia link
27.11.2014 Why Most Published Research Findings Are False Pedro Feijao link
04.12.2014 Optimal Aggregation Algorithms for Middleware (extended abstract) Daniel Doerr link
11.12.2014 The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences Nicole Althermeler link
18.12.2014 (pre holiday recovery)
25.12.2014 (holiday)
01.01.2015 (holiday)
08.01.2015 (DiDy retreat)
15.01.2015 The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data Nicole Althermeler link
22.01.2015 (recreational break)
29.01.2015 A Whole-Cell Computational Model Predicts Phenotype from Genotype Liren Huang link
05.02.2015 Continuous base identification for single-molecule nanopore DNA sequencing YU Jia link
12.02.2015 Navigating Central Path with Electrical Flows: from Flows to Matchings, and Back Pedro Feijao link
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