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Presentations 2008

Feb. 11, 2008. Detecting functional modules in heterogeneous biological data. Alexander Schliep at Department of Mathematics, University of Delaware (Invited Talk)

March 31, 2008. Detecting functional modules in heterogeneous biological data. Alexander Schliep at Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, University of Kansas (Invited Talk)

April 3, 2008. Detecting functional modules from heterogenous mass data. Alexander Schliep at The Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering, George Mason University (Invited Talk)

April 4, 2008. Detecting functional modules from heterogenous mass data. Alexander Schliep at College of Computing, Georgia Tech (Invited Talk)

April 30, 2008. Detecting functional modules from heterogenous mass data. Alexander Schliep at BioMaps Institute for Quantitative Biology, Rutgers University (Invited Talk)

May 1, 2008. Algorithms for the Design of DNA Microarrays. Alexander Schliep at Department of Computer Science, Rutgers University (Invited Talk)

July 2, 2008. Detecting functional modules in heterogeneous biological data . Alexander Schliep at Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology, Strasbourg (Invited Talk)

July 9, 2008. Quantitative Bioinformatics from Imaging Data. Ruben Schilling at MPI for Developmental Biology, Department Evolutionary Biology, Tübingen, Germany (Invited Talk)

July 21, 2008. Inferring Differentiation Pathways from Gene Expression.. Ivan Costa at International Conference of Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, Toronto, Canada. (Contributed Talk)

July 21, 2008. Automatic Fusion of 3D staining patterns from mouse embryo tomograms. Ruben Schilling at ISMB 2008 Toronto (Poster)

Sept. 22, 2008. Prediction of functional residues and clustering for protein families using mixtures. Benjamin Georgi at European Conference in Computational Biology (ECCB) 2008 (Poster)

Nov. 26, 2008. Computational analysis of 3D mouse embryo images. Ruben Schilling at Universität zu Lübeck Institut für Mathematik (Invited Talk)