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2018

 Statistical Bioinformatics - JOURNAL CLUB [2018]

         


Date Lecturer Topic

09.01.    

Michael Huttner

Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

16.01.         

Franz Süss

(OTH Regensburg)

Die Auswirkung von Stress auf die Biomechanik des menschlichen Körpers

23.01.

Franziska Görtler

Loss-function learning for digital tissue deconvolution

30.01.

Simon Gross 

(OTH Regensburg)    

Influence of Fatigue on Muscle Recruitment Pattern

06.02.

Rudolf Schill

Mutual Hazard Networks

13.02.

Microarray Course 

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

20.02.

Gunther Glehr 

Identification of a miRNA based model to detect prognostic subgroups in patients with DLBCL [talk] [quality report]

27.02.

e:Med

 ~ ~ ~ consortium meeting ~ ~ ~

06.03.

Victoria-Marie Rothe

MECAT: fast mapping, error correction, and de novo assembly for single-molecule sequencing reads [paper] [talk]

13.03.

Julia Roigk

Defect Probability in InkJet Printing

20.03.

Maximilian Aurbach

(OTH Regensburg)

EMG basierte Diagnose - Algorithmen für die Detektion von musculoskeletalen Schultererkrankungen

27.03.

Alexandra Holler     

DNA Methylation Patterns in the BALB-neuT Breast Cancer Mouse Model [Master thesis, final report]

03.04.

Easter Break

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

10.04.

Christoph Kopp

Presentation - Bachelor Thesis

17.04.

Prof. Dr. Bernd Ludwig

Maschinelles Lernen im Kontext von Verhaltens- und Umgebungs-Kontext

24.04.

Stefan Hansch

[Progress Report]

Lyra - Lymmml - (Sysprog)

01.05.

public holiday

 ~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

08.05.

Thorsten Rehberg

15.05.

Christian Kohler

Multi-Container Orchestration with Kubernetes

22.05.

Pentecost

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

29.05.

Claudio Lottaz

Genome editing with Cas9

The wonderful world of CRISPR by Peter Shepherd

05.06.

Michael Altenbuchinger

Helena Zacharias

Joint Probability Classification /

Mixed Graphical Models (MGMs)

12.06.

Paul Heinrich

Determination of celltype-specific gene expression form bulk data

19.06.

Martin Fahrenberger

Adventures in Spatial Transcriptomics

26.06.

Marian Schön

Optimizing DTD using FISTA

03.07.

e:Med

~ ~ ~ consortium meeting ~ ~ ~

10.07.

Rainer Spang

Lecture on Writing: "Hedging"

17.07.

Michael Huttner

Interactive Kubernetes talk

24.07.

Franziska Görtler

31.07.

Rudolf Schill

Mutual Hazard Networks (Progress Report)

01.08. - 07.09.

summer break

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

11.09.

Microarray Course

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

18.09.

Thorsten Rehberg   

Neural Networks / Deep Learning

[talk][jupyterNB][fastai lib][talk data]

25.09.

GCB Wien

~ ~ ~ cancelled ~ ~ ~

02.10.

Michael Altenbuchinger

Fully integrative data analysis of NMR metabolomic fingerprints with comprehensive patient data

09.10

Christian Kohler

How to induce controlled chaos on our Kubernetes cluster

16.10.

Claudio Lottaz

PromethION >> 48x MinION

23.10.

Paul Heinrich

Prediction of cellnumber and celltype-specific gene expression on bulk expression data

30.10.

~~cancelled~~

Big Data Day - University of Regensburg

06.11.

Martin Fahrenberger

Exploring Spatial Transcriptomics: From tissue sections to gene expression patterns

13.11.

Marian Schön

Implementation of a loss-function learning DTD R Package

20.11.

Gunther Glehr

Molecular subtypes of DLBCL are associated with distinct pathogenic mechanisms and outcome (Chapuy et al, 2018)

[talk] [paper]

27.11.

Maria Attenberger

Organization of the mitochondrial translation machinery studied in situ by cryoelectron tomography

29.11. (14:00)

Edwin Villanueva

Machine learning detection of gene-gene causal interactions from observational gene expression data

29.11. (15:00)

Robert Aduviri

Deep Learning: an overview and applications

04.12.

Stefan Hansch

Mamma Carcinoma - A Brief Introduction

11.12

Kevin Rupp

Algorithmische Bioinformatik

Nanocall: an open source basecaller for Oxford Nanopore sequencing data

18.12

Christoph Kopp

Algorithmische Bioinformatik

DeepNano: Deep recurrent neural networks for base calling in MinION nanopre reads


  1. Department of Medicine
  2. Institute of Functional Genomics