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 : 9th March 2018

Annotation of protein function using protein features and various time scale evolution

Emmanuel CORNILLOT,
Centre d'étude d'agents Pathogènes et Biotechnologies pour la Santé (CPBS), Montpellier, France.
Institut de Biologie Computationnelle (IBC), Montpellier, France.
Friday, July 5 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

CRAC: an integrated approach to the analysis of RNA-seq reads

Nicolas Philippe,
Institut de Recherche en Biothérapie (IRB), Montpellier, France.
Friday, June 14 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Genomes as documents of evolutionary history

Eric Tannier
INRIA Rhône-Alpes, LBBE, Université de Lyon 1
Friday, may 17 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

Parallel Techniques for Big Data

Patrick Valduriez,
Zenith team, INRIA and LIRMM, France.
Friday, March 22 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

From protein sequence to structure and function

Andrey Kajava,
CRBM, CNRS, Université Montpellier 1 et 2
Friday, February 15 2013, 2pm, room 127, (see plan)

Applications of Compressed Data Structures on Sequences and Structured Data

Niko Välimäki,
Finnish Centre of Excellence in Cancer Genetics Research
Friday, january 11 2013, 2pm, room 127 (see plan)

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