BioComplexity Wednesday Meetings and Special Lectures – University of Copenhagen

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BioComplexity Wednesday Meetings and Special Lectures
Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark 

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2015
unless otherwise specified, the talks are on  Wednesdays at 10:30 am in seminar room Kc7 at Niels Bohr Institute, Blegdamsvej 17, 2100 København Ø

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
23/9/2015 Thomas Holst-Hansen  NBI TBA
23/9/2015 Joao Xiavier  Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Experimental Evolution in Bacteria
2/9/2015 Michiko Shimokawa  Fukuoka Institute of Technology Pattern formation in a sandpile of ternary granular mixtures
26/8/2015 Francois Renard  Universite Joseph Fourier How do earthquakes work?
20/5/2015 Mathias Middelboe  Marine Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen T.B.A.
29/4/2015 Ugo Bastolla  Bioinformatics Unit, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Competition and cooperation in macroscopic ecosystems and in the microbial world
1/4/2015 Kelvin Richards  University of Hawaii, USA Stirring and mixing of interacting populations
25/3/2015 Kuni Iwasa  National Institutes of Health, Bathesda, USA How do birds hear us and their own songs?
18/3/2015 Albert Jeltsch  University of Stuttgart, Germany Stability and inheritance of DNA methylation
11/3/2015 Dan Siegel-Gaskins  California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA So many switches, so little time: Understanding the 'how' and 'why' of topological diversity in functionally equivalent bistable biocircuits
4/2/2015 Tron Frede Thingstad  Institute for Biology, University of Bergen, Norway Strain diversification and species diversification: Attempts to understand microbial biodiversity-ecosystem functioning.
21/1/2015 Susanne Mandrup  University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark T.B.A.
16/1/2015 (special date) Anael Lemaitre  Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est, France T.B.A.
7/1/2015 (special time AND location: 9 a.m., Aud A) Cecilia Lövkvist  Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Methylation of CpG Sites (M.Sc. Defense)
17/12/2014 Lykke Pedersen  Roche Pharma Research and Early Development A Kinetic Model Explains why shorter and less affine enzyme-recruiting oligonucleotides can be more potent
10/12/2014 Anders Møllgaard  Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Exploring human behavior: from individual to collective dynamics
3/12/2014 Jonas Juul  Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Can one count the shape of a drum?
26/11/2014 Sune Lehmann  Danish Technical University, Lyngby Micro Dynamics of Social Networks
12/11/2014 Carsten Wiuf  Dept. of Mathematics, University of Copenhagen Multistationarity and positive feedback loops
22/10/2014 (special time) Itzhak Fouxon  Weizmann Inst. of Science, Rehovot, Israel Preferences in particles' collisions
22/10/2014 Weini Huang  Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany Stochastic dynamics in populations with changing size
8/10/2014 Lene Oddershede  Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen StemPhys Center of Excellence
1/10/2014 Namiko Mitarai  Center for Models of Life, NBI Food web assembly rules.
24/9/2014 Giulia Malaguti  Institut Curie, Paris, France What caused the great expansion of gene families prone to deleterious mutations in vertebrates?
10/9/2014 Mads Bennedsen  Christian Hansen A/S, Hørsholm, Denmark T.B.A.
3/9/2014 Bo Barker Jørgensen  Center for Geomicrobiology, Dept. Bioscience, Århus University, Denmark T.B.A.
1-3/9/2014 Conference: Rythms in Complex Networks  Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen. Conference Website
22/8/2014 Edward Ott  University of Maryland, USA How certain can we be that an attractor is chaotic: Universal parameter scaling of chaos versus periodicity.
20/8/2014 Andrea Lancichinetti  Umeå University, Sweden Memory in network flows and its effects on community detection, ranking, and spreading
25/6/2014 Verónica I. Marconi  National University of Córdoba (UNC), Argentina Microswimmers dynamics under confinement: from bacteria to human spermatozoa
18/6/2014 Sergei Maslov  Bioscience Dept, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA. Quantifying evolutionary dynamics of E. coli strains
28/5/2014 Sünje Pamp  National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Division of Epidemiology and Microbial Genomics Interactions of Staphylococcus aureus with the Human Microbiota
21/5/2014 Jelena Grujic  Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Imperial College, London Network reciprocity and cooperation in laboratory experiments
14/5/2014 Thomas Sams  Danish Technical University Size of quorum sensing communities
7/5/2014 Jeff Alstott  University of Cambridge, U.K. Opening Bottlenecks on Weighted Networks by Local Adaptation to Cascade Failures
30/4/2014 Francisco Antequera  Instituto de Biología Funcional y Genómica, Salamanca, Spain Nucleosome dynamics and genome evolution
special seminar: 24/4/2014, 10:30 a.m., Kc7 Carsten Conradi  Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems Catalytic constants enable the emergence of bistability in dual phosphorylation
23/4/2014 Howard Shuman  University of Chicago, Chicago, USA Legionella: An environmental intracellular pathogen with diverse hosts
9/4/2014 Matteo Marsili  ICTP, Trieste, Italy From luck to property rights
2/4/2014 Charlotte Strandkvist  University College London Differential motility as a mechanism for cell sorting
26/3/2014 Birgitte Regenberg  Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen Genome-wide screening of extra-chromosomal circular DNA, eccDNA, in a eukaryotic cell
19/3/2014 Victor Olariu  Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Gene Regulatory Networks for Stem Cells Molecular Dynamics
12/3/2014 Hiroki Ohta  Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Fixation in cyclically competing species on a directed graph with quenched disorder
5/3/2014 Cecilia Lövkvist  Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Institute Spatial organization of CpG sites determines epigenetic fidelity
26/2/2014 Pia Nyeng  The Danish Stem Cell Center, Faculty of Health Sciences, Univ. Copenhagen Uncovering the mechanisms of in-vivo tubulogenesis with live 3D imaging of the pancreas
19/2/2014 Wolfram Möbius  Dept. of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA Spatial Expansions of Microorganisms in Structured and Continuous Environments
12/2/2014 Elliot Marsden  University of Edinburgh Bacterial chemotactic clusters in confining geometries
5/2/2014 Marco Piovesan  Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen The development of fairness in children
29/1/2014 Henrik Flyvbjerg  Danish Technical University, Lyngby Super-resolution microscopy and single-particle tracking: recent methods we improved with classical statistics
22/1/2014 William Ingram  Physics, University of Oxford, U.K. The partly-Simpsonian model of the water vapour feedback on climate change
15/1/2014 Kristian Moss Bendtsen et al.  Center for Models of Life The expert game -- Cooperation in social communication
8/1/2014 Xu Peng  Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen Hot archaeal viruses - life cycle and interactions with their hyperthermophilic host

Past seminars: Past years calendar 2011-2013 Past years calendar before 2011