SIB is offering a series of monthly on-site/online seminars on Computational Biology to allow bioinformaticians, life scientists and clinicians to:

  • Learn more about SIB’s research and resources in the fields of bioinformatics, biostatistics, biocuration and computational biology
  • Get together on-site and discuss innovative tools and methodologies in the fields developed by SIB and external experts
  • Benefit from broadcast technology.

Each seminar is broadcast and remotely available to allow scientists to:

Upcoming seminars

  • Jérôme Goudet, Population Genetics and Genomics, University of Lausanne & SIB
    Of men and owls: insights into past demography using computer simulations
    28 February 2018, 16:00 - University of Lausanne, Genopode building, Auditorium A

  • Online only special seminar, 6 March 2018, 15:30composed of 5 short talks celebrating the first promotion of SIB fellows as following:
    • Ron Appel, SIB Executive Director
      Introduction to the SIB Fellowship programme and the SIB Fellows
    • Jannik Vollmer, ETHZ & SIB
      Growth control in organ development - a quantitative analysis in Drosophila and vertebrates
    • Franziska Gruhl, University of Lausanne & SIB
      Recently active transposable elements provide insights into the evolution of mammalian circular RNAs
    • Malgorzata Nowicka, University of Zurich & SIB
      Statistical Method Development and Design of Computational Pipelines for Differential Analyses of
      High-Throughput Data, Including DNA Microarrays, RNA Sequencing and HDCyto Data
    • Gabriel Studer, University of Basel & SIB
      Efficient algorithms in protein modelling

Virtual seminars - contact


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Diana Marek
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