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392233 Genome-wide biological Network Modeling and Analysis (BS) (SoSe 2014)

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Seminar for the Lecture Module: Interdisciplinary Cell Visualization and Modeling for Naturwissenschaftliche Informatik, Bioinformatik und Genomforschung, Molekulare Biotechnologie, Medienwissenschaften, Medieninformatik and Gestaltung

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(This seminar can also be accomplished independently from the lecture module.)

In contrast to the usual Multidimensional Cell Visualization Seminar - part of the lecture module InterZellVis - this seminar covers the following topics:

  • Modeling and Visualization of Biological Networks
  • Genome-wide Data Analysis
  • International exchange-related topics

Abstract

With the support of high-throughput technologies and advanced tools, many achievements in the area of large-scale biological network models have been published in recent years. Naturally, genome-wide models have become indispensable for studying the systems biology of organisms.

In this seminar, we will focus on the latest development in genome-wide scale modeling of biological networks. The lecture and discussion topics range from different types of high-throughput data, including non-coding RNA transcriptomic data, to construction, analysis and application of genome-scale biological network models.

This block seminar is a unique possibility to gain new insights into this research area and it will take place during the time period from 26.05 to 06.06.2014. This seminar will be taught in English.

The Lecturer

This block seminar will be held by Prof. Dr. Ming Chen who leads the Department of Bioinformatics at the Zhejiang University of Hangzhou (P.R. China) since 2006. He completed his PhD studies in 2004 in the group of Prof. Dr. Ralf Hofestädt, Bielefeld University. His publications cover a wide range of Bioinformatics research, ranging from plant systems biology, biological data integration and visualization, biomedical informatics to synthetic biology.

Link to Ming Chen's Group of Bioinformatics

External Forum

First Meeting

Monday, 26.05.2014, Room D5-113, 10 c.t.

The following meetings will be fixed during the initial meeting. Potential dates are:
27./28./30.05., 04.-06.06.2014

Please contact Björn Sommer for details. The exact date will be announced here soon.

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Fachzuordnungen

Studiengang/-angebot Gültigkeit Variante Untergliederung Status Sem. LP  
Bioinformatik und Genomforschung / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2012) Individueller Ergänzungsb Wahl 2. 2  
Medieninformatik und Gestaltung / Bachelor (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2011) Wahlpflicht MedInform I; Wahlpflicht MedInform II Wahlpflicht 2 benotet  
Medienwissenschaft, interdisziplinäre / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2014) Hauptmodul 4 Wahlpflicht 2  
Molekulare Biotechnologie / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2012) Individuelle Ergänzung Wahl 2. 2 benotet  
Molekulare Biotechnologie / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2012) Spezialisierung Biologie/Bio Wahlpflicht 2  
Naturwissenschaftliche Informatik / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2012) Vertiefung Informatik I Wahlpflicht 2.  
Naturwissenschaftliche Informatik / Master (Einschreibung bis SoSe 2012) Individuelle Ergänzung Wahl 2  
Konkretisierung der Anforderungen

This block seminar will take place during two weeks: 26.05. - 06.06.2014. It will be organized as a workshop and will be held in English language.

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