Plenary sessions

The Computational Biology Institute (IBC) organizes scientific conferences open to the entire scientific community of Montpellier.

These conferences are conceived as a meeting point for the multidisciplinary exchange of ideas at the interface between biology, health, agriculture, environment, computer science, mathematics and physics. They aim to regularly cover themes encountered in the five axes of the Institute through presentation of a particular question or research subject.

The talks are intended for a broad and multidisciplinary audience.They are in French or English, as appropriate, and are held on a monthly basis at the IBC (see map) on Friday afternoons from 14h to 15h30, including time for discussion, which may extend over a coffee in a friendly atmosphere.

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

 Next scheduled dates : 2017-06-09 (Ritchie W.)

Evolution of genomes by copy and paste: phylogenomics reveals non-vertical evolutionary relationships in fungi

Toni Gabaldón
ICREA Research Professor, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain.
Friday, September 26 2014, 2pm, Génopolys (how to come)

Méthodes pour l'identification de domaines protéiques

Laurent Bréhélin
Equipe MAB, LIRMM, Montpellier, France
Institut de Biologie Computationnelle (IBC), Montpellier, France.
Friday, april 18 2014, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Making scientific workflows usable for bioinformaticians

Sarah Cohen-Boulakia
Equipe Bioinformatique, LRI, Orsay
Friday, march 21 2014, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Making similar embryos with divergent genomes

Patrick Lemaire
The tunicate group, CRBM and INRIA Virtual Plants and IBC, Montpellier
Friday, january 24 2014, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Predicting the effect of protein mutations: stability and disease

Emidio Capriotti.
Division of Informatics, Department of Pathology, University Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Friday, december 13 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

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