|392172||Stoye||Summer 2016||Monday 16:00-17:30 in U10-155||ekvv|
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 proposed 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 science.
In fact, this semester we will read the book Mathematics of Bioinformatics: Theory, Practice, and Applications by Matthew He and Sergey Petoukhov (pdf).
|11.04.2016||Organization of the journal club||Jens Stoye|
|18.04.2016||Distribution of book chapters||Roland Wittler|
|25.04.2016|| 1. Bioinformatics and Mathematics|
2. Genetic Code, Matrices, and Symmetrical Techniques
|Tizian||(Jens and Roland away)|
|02.05.2016||3. Biological Sequences, Sequence Alignment, and Statistics||Kevin||(Jens away)|
|09.05.2016||4. Structures of DNA and Knot Theory||Roland|
|30.05.2016||5. Protein Structures, Geometry, and Topology||Fabian|
|06.06.2016||–||–||(DiDy application workshop)|
|13.06.2016||6. Biological Networks and Graph Theory||Eloi|
|27.06.2016||7. Biological Systems, Fractals, and Systems Biology||Omar|
|04.07.2016||8. Matrix Genetics, Hadamard Matrices, and Algebraic Biology||Pedro|
|11.07.2016|| 9. Bioinformatics, Denotational Mathematics, and Cognitive Informatics|
10. Evolutionary Trends and Central Dogma of Informatics
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