Invited seminars

The Computational Biology Institute (IBC) regularly hosts talks by distinguished researchers from all over the world.

In these meetings, the invited scientists present their work, following the standard format of scientific seminars, but more in depth than plenary sessions (intended for a very broad audience). They are in French or English, as appropriate, and are held on a monthly basis at the IBC (see map).

Feel free to advertise widely the announcement of these plenary sessions.

 

Phenotyping plants in 3D using PlantScan

Jianming Guo
CSIRO, HRPPC, Canberra Australia
Tuesday, April 18 2013, 10.30 am, room 127 (see plan)

Big Data Workflows - how provenance can help

Marta Mattoso
UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Monday, March 25 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Computational methods in high throughput MS-based proteomics

Rune Matthiesen
Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of the University of Porto
Friday, february 8 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Multiscale modelling reveals the interplay between tissue geometry and gene network topology during lateral root emergence

Alistair Middleton,
University of Heidelberg, Center for Modeling and Simulation in the Biosciences (BIOMS) and Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
Monday, february 4 2013, 2pm, amphithéâtre Agropolis (see plan)

Storing Clocked Programs Inside DNA: A Simplifying Framework for Nanocomputing

Dennis Shasha,
Courant Institute of Mathematics
New York University
Monday, january 28 2013, 2.30 pm, room 127 (see plan)

Long Non Coding RNAs: Detailing the Devil

Cedric Notredame
Centro de Regulacio Genomica - Barcelona
Wenesday, january 16 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

IBC seminars