Seminarreihe Archiv

Seminarreihe CompuGene – ARCHIV

 

1. Februar 2017 – B2/03, 109 (17:00 Uhr)

Prof. Peter Swain, University of Edinburgh

“Multiple input pathways improve perception in a MAP kinase signalling network”

Homepage SwainLab

7. Dezember 2016 – B1/01, 52

Prof. Anke Becker, LOEWE-Zentrum für Synthetische Mikrobiologie, Marburg

Verschoben – neuer Termin wird in Kürze bekannt gegeben / cancelled – a new date will be announced soon

Homepage Synmikro, Marburg

2. November 2016 – B1/01, 52 (17:00 Uhr)

Dr. Gabriele Gramelsberger, TU Darmstadt/FU Berlin

„Temporale Regime der Synthetischen Biologie”

Homepage

12. Oktober 2016 – B1/01, 52

Prof. Victor Sourjik, Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology & LOEWE Center for Synthetic Microbiology (SYNMIKRO) (16:00 Uhr)

„Understanding and engineering signaling specificity of bacterial chemoreceptors“

Homepage Prof. Dr. Victor Sourjik

Prof. Thorsten Mascher, TU Dresden (17:00 Uhr)

“Bacillus subtilis as a SynBio host: from whole cell bio-sensors to orthogonal genetic switches“.

Homepage Thorsten Mascher, TU Dresden

6. Juli 2016- B1/01, 52 – kleiner Hörsaal

Dr. Guy-Bart Stan, Imperial College London, UK (16:00 Uhr)

„Designing smarter synthetic biology systems: de novo biomolecular feedback and shared resources considerations for engineered bacterial cells”

Homepage Dr. Guy-Bart Stan, Imperial College

Dr. Chris Barnes, University College London, UK (17:00 Uhr)

„Designing robust gene circuits using sequential Monte Carlo“

Homepage Prof. Barnes, London

16. Juni 2016 – B2/16, 102 (17:00 Uhr)

Prof. Kobi Benenson, ETH Zürich, Schweiz

„Biological computing – from concepts to applications“

Homepage Kobi Benenson, ETH Zürich

1. Juni 2016- B1/01, 52

Dr. Diego Oyarzún, Biomathematical Sciences, Dept of Mathematics, Imperial College London, UK (16:00 Uhr)

„Gene circuits for self-tuning metabolic pathways“

Homepage Dr. Diego Oyarzun, Imperial College

Prof. Paul Freemont, Imperial College London, UK (17:00 Uhr)

„Using cell free systems for prototyping synthetic biology designs”

Homepage Prof. Paul Freemont, Imperial College

11. Mai 2016- B1/01, 52

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Maerkl, École polytechnique fédéral de Lausanne (16:00 Uhr)

„Cell-Free Synthetic Biology“

Homepage Prof. Maerkl, EPFL

Prof. Friedrich Simmel, Technische Universität München (17:00 Uhr)

„Communication and computation in engineered cell-free and bacterial systems”

Homepage Friedrich Simmel, TU München

6. April 2016 – B1/01, 52

Dr. Christoph Zechner, ETH Zürich (16:00 Uhr)

Molecular circuits for dynamic noise filtering

Homepage Christoph Zechner, ETH Zurich

Prof. Wilfried Weber, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (17:00 Uhr)

Designing interactive Cells and Materials

Homepage Prof. W. Weber, Freiburg

16. März 2016 – B1/01, 52

Dr. Mark Isalan, Imperial College London (16:00 Uhr)

„Gene circuits for engineering synthetic developmental patterns: how many ways can you make a stripe?”

Homepage Mark Isalan, Imperial College London

Dr. Tom Ellis, Imperial College London (17:00 Uhr)

„Balancing biology with engineering to produce molecules and materials“

Homepage Tom Ellis, Imperial College, London