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Agenda FOR 1078 Meeting 2013 / Symposium "Population Genomics"

Wednesday  March 13, 2013
12:00-13:00   Lunch - Foyer C 00.070
13:10-13:15   Wolfgang Stephan: Opening words
13:15-14:00   Project P1 Wolfgang Stephan
  Pablo Duchén
  Inferring the demography of Drosophila melanogaster by approximate bayesian methods
14:00-14:45   Project P1 Wolfgang Stephan
  Susanne Voigt
  Evidence for positive selection in the php-pgd region of Drosophila melanogaster
14:45-15:15   Tea time
15:15-16:00   Project P2 John Parsch
  Ana Catalán
A putative case for adaptive post-transcriptional gene regulation in Drosophila melanogaster
16:00-16:30   Project P2 John Parsch
  Amanda Glaser-Schmitt
  Linking function with adaptive cis-regulatory divergence
16:30-17:00   Project P3 Stephan Hutter
  Korbinian von Heckel
  Cold tolerance and phenotypic plasticity in different populations of D. melanogaster
17:30   Dinner - Foyer C 00.070
Thursday  March 14, 2013
09:15   Coffee, Tea
09:30-10:00   Project T2 Peter Pfaffelhuber
  Sebastian Bossert
  The frequency spectra after a selective sweep
10:00-10:30   Project T1 Joachim Hermisson
  Andrea Fulgione
  Population Genetics of Cape Verde Arabidopsis
10:30-11:00   Coffee break
11:00-11:30   Project E1 Susanne Foitzik
  Isabelle Kleeberg: Geographic mosaic of host defenses
  Barbara Feldmeyer: The genetic basis of reproductive division of labor in Temnothorax ants
11:30-12:00   Project E2 Justyna Wolinska
  Johanna Griebel
  The role of hybridization in the colonization of newly opened habitats
12:00-13:00   Lunch - Foyer C 00.070
13:00-13:30   Project P5 Laura Rose
  Aparna Reddy
  Transcriptome sequencing in Wild Tomatoes
13:30-14:00   Project P5 Dirk Metzler
  Paul Staab
  Inferring Demography from Next-Generation-Sequencing Data
14:00-14:30   Project P4 John Baines
  Jun Wang
  The role of biogeography in shaping diversity of the intestinal microbiota in house mice
14:30-15:00   Tea time
15:00-17:00   PI Business meeting - seminar room B 01.015
19:15   Dinner at Erdinger Weißbräu, Heiglhofstr. 13.
  The external speakers will join for dinner.


Friday  March 15, 2013
09:15   Coffee, Tea
09:30-10:30   Bart Deplancke, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne
  Dissecting gene regulatory principles using Drosophila and human population genomics
10:30-11:00   Coffee break
11:00-12:00   Nicolas Galtier, University of Montpellier
  Transcriptome-based population genomics in animals
12:00-13:00   Lunch - Foyer C 00.070
13:00-14:00   Gil McVean, University of Oxford
  Population structure and natural selection in humans and chimpanzees
14:00-14:30   Tea time
14:30-15:30   Christoph Haag, University of Fribourg 
  Evolution of partial genetic sex determination in Daphnia magna
15:30   Wolfgang Stephan: Close and farewell