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BC2 - Basel Computational Biology Seminar Series - Spring Semester 2020

Please note that the lecture series is cancelled this spring semester. 

17.02.20 | Thomas Rattei, University of Vienna 

Thomas Rattei
CUBE -  Division of Computational Systems Biology
University of Vienna, Austria

From sequences to models – genomics of uncultivable microbes
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Date: Monday, February 17, 2020
Time: 16:00h
Room:  Pharmazentrum HS2 
Contact: Meric Ataman 

09.03.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Rémi Monasson, ENS Paris

Rémi Monasson
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique
ENS - École normale supérieure de Paris
Paris, France

Learning protein constitutive motifs from sequence data with restricted Boltzmann machines

16.03.20 | c a n c e l l e d: Hyun Youk, Delft University of Technonolgy

Hyun Youk
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience
Delft University of Technology
Delft, The Netherlands

At the cusp of life and death: transitions at single-cell level

30.03.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Bianca Habermann, IBDM Marseille

Bianca Habermann
Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille 
Marseille, France 

06.04.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Stephan Uphoff, Oxford University

Stephan Uphoff
Department of Biochemistry, OxfordUniversity
Oxford , UK

20.04.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Gioele La Manno, EPFL

Gioele La Manno
Neurodevelopmental Systems Biology Lab
Brain Mind Institute, School of Life Sciences
Lausanne, Switzerland

04.05.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Matthieu Wyart, EPFL

Matthieu Wyart
Physics of Complex Systems Laboratory
Lausanne, Switzerland  

11.05.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Olivier Rivoire, Collège de France

Olivier Rivoire
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology (CIRB)
Collège de France
Paris, France

18.05.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Rolf Backofen, University of Freiburg

Rolf Backofen
Lehrstuhl für Bioinformatik
Institut für Informatik
Freiburg i. Br., Germany       

25.05.20 | c a n c e l l e d : Tobias Reichenbach, Imperial College London

Tobias Reichenbach
Faculty of Engineering, Department of Bioengineering
Imperial College
London, UK

This lecture series is part of the graduate teaching program. If you would like to obtain credit points, please sign up for "22830-01 Current research in Bioinformatics I" (fall semester) or "21563-01 Current research in Bioinformatics II" (spring semester). During the first lecture you will be informed on how credit points can be obtained.