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FOR 1078 Meeting 2014

January 9 - 10, 2014 at LMU BioCenter in Munich

This meeting was a student progress report meeting with a talk by Hinrich Schulenburg from University of Kiel as an external speaker.


FOR 1078 Meeting 2013 / Symposium "Population Genomics"

March 13 - 15, 2013 at LMU BioCenter in Munich

This meeting was a combined student progress report meeting and symposium "Population Genomics" with external speakers:

Christoph Haag from University of Fribourg
Bart Deplancke from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
Gil McVean from University of Oxford
Nicolas Galtier from University of Montpellier

Program & Abstracts guest speakers and PhD students

FOR 1078 Spring Meeting 2012

April 12 - 13, 2012 at LMU BioCenter in Munich
PostDocs and PhD students from the first funding period presented their results.
The new PhD students presented their topics and their steps for the next 6 months.

Joint Conference FOR 1078 / SFB 680 (University of Cologne)

September 29 - October 1, 2011 in Pelham (Chiemgau, Bavaria)
Joint Conference FOR 1078 / SFB 680 (University of Cologne)
Evolutionary Genomics: New Data, New Challenges

Next-Generation Sequencing - New Chances and Challenges for Evolutionary Genetic

Workshop on March 10 - 12, 2010
Lecture Hall B01.019, BioCenter Martinsried

Guest speakers:

Markus Schilhabel (University of Kiel, GERMANY):
Two Generations of Sequencing, and counting - Technologies and Applications 

Stephan Hutter (LMU München, GERMANY):
Demography and Selection in North-American Drosophila melanogaster inferred from genome wide SNP data 

Chris Wheat (University of Helsinki, FINLAND)
A comparative analysis of Roche vs Illumina: transcriptome data assembly and implications

Arndt von Haeseler (University of Vienna, AUSTRIA):
Next generation computing for next generation sequencing

Casey Bergman (University of Manchester, UK):
Population genomics of Drosophila transposable elements

Martin Hutzenthaler (LMU München, GERMANY):
A coalescent in continuous space

Alexis Stamatakis (TU München, GERMANY):
Rapid Sequential and Parallel Evolutionary Placement of Short Sequence Reads

Carsten Wiuf (Aarhus University, DENMARK ):
ABC: A useful tool for analysis of large-scale data sets

Arne Nolte (Max-Planck-Institut Plön, GERMANY):
Next generation sequencing as a means to access to the evolutionary genomics of non model organisms

Justyna Wolinska (LMU München, GERMANY):
Parasites of Daphnia: how transmission mode affects the population genetic structure

Lauren McIntyre (University of Florida, USA):
RNA-seq: Sample Size, Coverage and Experimental Design

Sergey Nuzhdin (University of Southern California, USA):
Genome-wide resequencing to detect local adaptation

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Second colloquium

November 24, 2009

Wolfgang Stephan:
Selective sweeps in Drosophila melanogaster

John Baines:
Population structure in the intestinal microbiota

Dirk Metzler:
Efficient parameter estimation in population genetic models of complex demography

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Opening colloquium

February 21, 2009

John Parsch:
The Influence of Demography and Weak Selection on the McDonald-Kreitman test

Peter Pfaffelhuber:
The gene content coalescent

Susanne Foitzik:
The importance of population structure in behavior and ecology

Jörg Overmann:
Bacterial speciation and the evolutionary basis of bacterial diversity