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Time

Sunday, 10 Feb 2019 - Sunday, 17 Feb 2019

Topics

"Computational Biology, Computational Mathematics, Theoretical Biology, Bioinformatics, Biological Networks"

Registration Fee

275,- € (double room) / 375,- € (single room)

Available AV equipment

black board, overhead projector, beamer, laptop (linux) network, internet access via Wlan

Participants

Location(s)

Villa Plemelj
Prešernova 39
4260 Bled, Slovenia
Phone: +386 4 5743 023
GPS Coordinates: 46.371121,14.108504
Hotel Astoria
Prešernova 44
4260 Bled, Slovenia
Phone: +386 4 579 44 00
Fax:     +386 4 579 44 01


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How to get there
From Ljubljana airport you have the following options to get to the Winterseminar:
  • take a regular taxi (approx. 50 €)
  • public bus transfer, first to Ljubljana city and from there to Bled
  • Airport Shuttle ZUP prevozi (recommended, special rates for groups)
If you arrive via train at Lesce-Bled, you can take a taxi or go by bus to the main bus station (search for connections from Lesce to Bled)

Registration


In case you have further questions, please send an email to the organizers:
bled (at) viennarna (dot) at

Program

Find the Program calendar here.

Registered Participants

Number Name Affiliation Talk Title Payment Status
1RonnyLorenzTBI Wien
2PeterStadlerBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
3RolfBackofenUni Freiburg
4VladimirReinharzIBS Center for Soft and Living MatterSequence covariations between a disordered protein and a structured RNA
5CesimErtenAntalya Bilim UniversityEmploying PPI Networks in Cancer Gene/Module Identification
6IvoHofackerTBI Wien
7MichaelWolfingerTBI Wien
8JoergFallmannBioinformatik Uni LeipzigBierinformatics
9Carsten R.SeemannMPI MIS LeipzigR-Metrices and Mixing Hybrids
10CarmenBruckmannBioinformatik Uni LeipzigTBA (something with "Median Graphs")
11SebastianWillTBI Wien
12Adrian SvenGeisslerRTH CopenhagenThe BSGatlas: A fine-grained atlas of the Bacillus subtillis genome
13JanGorodkinRTH Copenhagen
14EnriqueGonzalez TortueroRTH Copenhagen
16PabloCataldoUni Marburg6S RNA in Lactic Acid Bacteria
17PaulKlemmUni MarburgNeed for Speed: Proteinortho Nitro
18Jakob HullHavgaardRTH Copenhagen
19giuliacorsiRTH CopenhagenOn-target prediction and assessment of CRISPR/Cas9 cleavage efficiency
20JeremiasScheberaBSV Universität LeipzigSuper Genome Browser
21Jakob LykkeAndersenSDU Odense
22ZashaWeinbergBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
23Nadezhda TDonchevaRTH CopenhagenModeling of human pathways in animal models: possibilities and limitations
24Emil HoutvedAndersenSDU OdenseReduction of Graph-Grammar Models by grouping of tautomers
25ChristophFlammTBI Wiensay "Abg lrg qrpvqrq".trans: "A..Za..z"=>"N..ZA..Mn..za..m"
26MiladMiladiUni FreiburgRNA alignment and folding with Markov chains
27TobiasMadsenSDU OdenseDecomposition and Evaluation of Graph Transformation Rules
28IrisEckertBioinformatik Uni LeipzigRibosomal Leader in Bacteria
29FranziskaReinhardtBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
30PolinaDrozdovaBioinformatik Uni LeipzigAccessing size and complexity of the Eulimnogammarus verrucosus genome
31EmanuelBarthFSU Jena
32FlorianEggenhoferUni Freiburg
33AlexandrePaschoalUTFPRFeature Selection of Long Non-Coding RNAs in Plants
34SebastianKrautwurstFSU JenaSomething about nanopore sequencing
35MaximilianCollatzFSU JenaPrediction of B-Cell Epitopes
36FlorianHeylUni Freiburgtba
37ThomasHansenSDU OdenseGraph Canonicalization and Algorithmic Engineering
38TharcisioAmorimUTFPR
39MartinHölzerFSU Jena
40StephanieKehrBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
41MarioMörlUni Leipzig BiochemieA synthetic riboswitch controlling tRNA processing
42FerhatAlkanNetherlands Cancer InstituteHow to decipher the structural secrets of an RNA behind its translational efficiency?
43LukasBartonekMFPL WienVOLPES - an interactive visualization tool for physicochemical sequence properties
44CarolinSchimmelpfennigFraunhofer IZItba
45ManuelaGeißBioinformatik Uni LeipzigHow to find false positive orthologs?
46StefanHammerIZBI/LIFE Leipzig
47RomanOchsenreiterTBI WienStructural UTR evolution of NKV-FVs
48GregorEntzianTBI WienApproximate RNA folding kinetics
49SarahBerkemerBioinformatik Uni LeipzigExploring Neutral Networks for RNA sequences
50VictorPadilhaUni Freiburg
51AlexanderMitrofanovUni FreiburgIdentification of CRISPR arrays using machine learning approach
52RickGelhausenUni FreiburgConstraint maximal inter-molecular helix lengths within RNA-RNA interaction prediction improves sRNA target prediction
53YannPontyCNRS/Ecole PolytechniqueIntegrative Probing Analysis of Nucleic Acids Empowered by Multiple Accessibility Profiles
54AngelRodriguez FernandezBioinformatik Uni LeipzigFitness Landscape of the 2-spin model
55AndreFujitaUniversity of São PauloStatistics on biological networks
57Cristian ArleyVelandia HuertoBioinformatik Uni LeipzigHow to improve the detection of miRNA homologs? an outlook from tunicate genomes.
58KarolinWiedemannFraunhofer IZICircular RNAs in Prostate Cancer
59DragoBokalUM MariborTechnological valley of death as an emergent evolutionary phenomenon
60StephanBernhartBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
61MariaWaldlTBI WienStructural alignment of kinetic trajectories reveals conserved transient structures
62MichaelRadeFraunhofer IZIDevelopment of a biomarker signature to assess specific immune responses on a chip-based artificial human immune system.
63DominikOttoFraunhofer IZIMCMC RNA-Seq Deconvolution
64KevinLamkiewiczFSU Jenat.b.a (viral alignments... maybe)
65WilfriedImrichUni Leoben
66Teresa MüllerUni FreiburgStructure-based RNA alignment: the trouble with locality
67MarieLataretuFSU Jenatba
68FelixKuehnlTBI WienDesign of articial neomycin riboswitches
69Irene K.BeckmannTBI WienTrajectories of CopA-CopT under the "CPU microscope"
70Natasha AndressaNogueira JorgeBioinformatik Uni Leipzigtba
71Lisa-MarieBarfFSU JenaWhole genome comoparison among bacteria
72DanielDesiròFSU JenaSilentMutations (SIM): a tool for analyzing long-range RNA-RNA interactions in viral genomes and structured RNAs
73DouglasDominguesSão Paulo State University and UTFPRintertwining of transposable elements and non coding RNAs in plant genomes
74AnneWenzelBRIC, UCPHTBD
75ChristianHöner zu SiederdissenBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
76JosefLeydoldWU Wien
77JohnAndersBioinformatik Uni LeipzigUsing mass spectrometry to discover new proteins
78NikolaiNøjgaardSDU OdenseA Generic Group Contribution Method
79SvenFindeissBioinformatik Uni Leipzig
80MariamFarmanTBI WienHuman & Bordetella pertussis co-expression networks