Herbstseminar timeline: 17. | 16. | 15. | 14. | 13.
Please register for the conference via the small interface
Deadline for Registration is Sep 10, 2018.
In case of questions, feel free to contact us via:
The meeting takes place at Hotel Jef (Doubice 107, Doubice 40758, Czech Republic).
Hotel Jef (map)
Additional information about the hotel can be found here.
Phone: +420 412 381 429
The hotel has 31 rooms for approximately 65 people. Each room has a bedroom and its own bathroom including a shower. If you prefer not to stay in Hotel Jef, we have the possibility to get rooms in another hotel - with student unfriendly prices - in the neighborhood. If this is the case, please make a note in the comment section.
You are getting detailed information about the conference on Oct 01, 2018 at the registration desk.
Your family is welcome to join us in Doubice! Depending on the number of children and the size of the families, we will try to accommodate families separately from the party people and the lecture hall in a different accommodation. We will contact you after the registration to let you know the final prices for the kids and the details of your accommodation.
|115 Euro||Regular fee for all participants|
|175 Euro||Professor fee with option of upgraded accomodation|
|reduced||Intended for the scientific offspring|
The conference fee includes accommodation at Hotel Jef.
Please transfer the registration fee to the conference bank account in advance!
You will receive an email with all the details after successful registration, including payment information.
The conference fee can only be refunded if the registration is canceled at least eight days in advance. Otherwise you have to pay the full fee.
The registration / check-in will be in the dining room of Hotel Jef on Oct 01, 2018 from 2pm to 6pm. If you are arriving prior to registration, please do not check in with the hotel, but wait for the organizing team. We will hand you over the key and registration information. Please note that late-night registration will not be supported after 10 pm even for those running late.
No ATM available!
Payment with any cards will not be possible! You can pay in Euro, however with a "bad" rate, or in Czech korunas. Please, ensure that you have enough money for additional meals, drinks, etc.
WIFI is available in Hotel Jef, but might not cover all rooms equally.
It is possible for every participant to present his/her scientific work. All diploma, master and PhD students should give a talk. This is not only a burden but also a good chance to present your scientific results to Peter, Ivo, Rolf and all the others of the Bompfünewerer consortium at the same time. We will have four kinds of talks:
A guide which talk format is the right for you can be found here.
A meaningful (preliminary) title should be given in the registration process in order to schedule talk sessions.
As usual, we provide a video projector (with VGA port) and a laser pointer for the presentations. If you cannot provide your talk as a PDF on USB stick, please bring all necessary equipment with you.
Approximate time table can be found
A PDF version of the time table can be found here.
The slides can be found here.
This year's workshop will focus on Nanopore direct RNA sequencing.
We'll start on Monday with a live in-field sequencing demonstration of a "mystery sample", during which participants get some hands-on experience using the MinION sequencer.
Tuesday will provide the theoretical background on the previous day's experiment and introduce the Nanopore toolchain -- including preprocessing, mapping and assembly -- and focusing on typical strengths and weaknesses of the technology.
On Thursday we'll explore the data generated on day 1 using the skills obtained on day 2. Great fun is to be expected.
There won't be any Uni-Leipzig provided shuttles between Hrensko and Doubice. Please be self-organized!
It is possible to make use of the "Sachsen Ticket", which is valid for five people and possibly the cheapest way to travel to/from the meeting within Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.
Registration will be open soon!
|#||Last name||First name||Affiliation||Talk title||Talk time||Payment status|
|1||Retzlaff||Nancy||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Phylogenetics beyond Biology||15|
|2||Gärtner||Fabian||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Superbubbles||25|
|3||Stadler||Peter||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|4||Mock||Florian||FSU Jena||virus host prediction through machine learning||15|
|5||Hölzer||Martin||FSU Jena||No talk||-|
|6||Fallmann||Joerg||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|7||Leydold||Josef||WU Wien||Black box optimal important sampling?||25|
|11||Geiss||Manuela||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||something about graph-based orthology inference methods||15|
|12||Eggenhofer||Florian||ALU Freiburg||Me and uORFs||15|
|13||Hammer||Stefan||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|14||Desiro||Daniel||FSU Jena||Influenza A Virus vRNP Networks||15|
|15||Bernhart||Stephan||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|16||Entzian||Gregor||Uni Wien TBI||Efficient Sampling of the RNA Secondary Structure Space||15|
|17||Lamkiewicz||Kevin||FSU Jena||Finding long-range RNA-RNA-Interaction with third generation sequencing techniques||15|
|18||Kehr||Stephanie||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|19||Collatz||Maximilian||FSU Jena||Epitope prediction by protein structure analysis||15|
|20||Prohaska||Sonja||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Running Histone Code on a Chromatin Computer||45|
|21||Wolfinger||Michael||Uni Wien TBI||No talk||-|
|22||Meyer||Daria||FSU Jena||Searching for EVEs - a Quest in Paradise||5|
|23||Wieseke||Nicolas||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Beyond Fitch Orthology. Novel Relations for Homology Based Phylogeny Reconstruction||25|
|24||Hellmuth||Marc||Uni Greifswald||Reconciling Event-Labeled Gene Trees with MUL-trees and Species Networks||25|
|25||Berkemer||Sarah||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Who the COG is LUCA?||15|
|26||Reinhardt||Franziska||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Establishment of a method for the efficient determination of alternative poly-a sites and identification of Alzheimer's disease specific RNA isoforms||5|
|27||Ochsenreiter||Roman||Uni Wien TBI||No talk||-|
|28||Seemann||Carsten R.||MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig||Generalized Fitch Relations||25|
|29||Correa||Felipe||UFZ||Terrestrial "Microbial Big Data": what is out there?||15|
|30||Leonor Fernandes Saraiva||Joao Pedro||UFZ||No talk||-|
|31||Toscan||Rodolfo||UFZ||How does sample evenness influence recovery of metagenome assembled genomes from complex microbial communities?||15|
|32||Rocha||Ulisses||UFZ||Untangling microbial interactions from microbial Big Data||25|
|33||Gonzalez Laffitte||Marcos||National Autonomous University of Mexico||Community Detection in Biological Neural Networks||15|
|34||Steuck||Jens||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|35||Lataretu||Marie||FSU Jena||to be announced||5|
|36||Krautwurst||Sebastian||FSU Jena||Multiplexed direct RNA nanopore sequencing with adapter barcoding||15|
|37||Madzgalla||Sara||FSU Jena||No talk||-|
|38||Beckmann||Irene||Uni Wien TBI||Prediction of RNA-RNA interaction in 3D with focus on kissing hairpins||5|
|39||Hoener zu Siederdissen||Christian||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||No talk||-|
|40||Drozdova||Polina||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Assembling large transcriptomes of Baikal endemic amphipods with limited computing power||5|
|41||Velandia Huerto||Cristian Arley||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Accessing to the miRNA complement in tunicate genomes, an in silico approach||15|
|42||Havgaard||Jakob Hull||RTH Copenhagen||No talk||-|
|43||Brandenburg||Vivian||Ruhr-Uni Bochum||in vitro and in vivo RNA structurome of Y.pseudotuberculosis||5|
|44||Rodriguez Fernandez||Angel Eduardo||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Analysis of some Fitness Landscapes||15|
|45||Eckert||Iris||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik|
|46||Barf||Lisa-Marie||FSU Jena||Whole-genome comparison to elucidate bacterial host specificity and phylogeny||5|
|47||Nunn||Adam||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||developing a pipeline for bis-seq data from non-model plant species||15|
|48||Zhang||Panpan||The French Research Institute for Development (IRD)||From leaves to results: Arabidopsis and rice genomes composed of de novo use Nanopore MINION||15|
|49||Will||Sebastian||Uni Wien TBI||No talk||-|
|50||Waldl||Maria||Uni Wien TBI||RNA-RNA Interaction Kinetics for Refining RNA Targeting Screens||15|
|51||Kuehnl||Felix||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||In silico design of neomycine riboswitches||15|
|52||Yazbeck||Ali||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Things about miRNA data and a pipeline||25|
|53||Kirchner||Falco||Uni Leipzig Bioinformatik||Partially Local Multi-Way Alignments||15|
|54||Scholz||Tom||Hochschule Anhalt||No talk||-|
|55||Boniecki||Michal||IIMCB (Warsaw/Poland)||SimRNP: a new method for fully flexible modeling of protein-RNA complexes and for simulations of RNA-protein binding||25|
|56||Hofacker||Ivo||Uni Wien TBI||No talk||-|
|57||de Carvallho||Andre||University of Sao Paulo||AutoML in bioinformatics||15|