GCB 2011: German Conference on Bioinformatics 2011

GCB 2011 - German Conference on Bioinformatics 2011

Weihenstephan, September 7-9, 2011


Wednesday, September 7
08:00- Registration
08:30-08:40Opening GCB Junior Conference
08:40-09:00J. Patrick Pett, Daniel H. Mehnert, Jonas Ibn-Salem, Ole Eigenbrod, Raik Otto, Stephan Knorr, Stina-Stephanie M. Richter and Roland Krause
Identification of shared components of protein complexes
09:00-09:20Eva Vennmann, Nadine Schneider and Matthias Rarey
Discrimination of permanent and transient heterodimers: The real challenge in the classification of protein-protein interactions
09:20-09:40Florian Erhard and Ralf Zimmer
Detecting outlier peptides in quantitative High-Troughput mass spectrometry
09:40-10:00Thomas Hoffmann and Iris Antes
Modeling the variable regions of T-Cell Receptors
10:00-10:20Manuel Andreas Glaser and Iris Antes
Docking Peptides into MHC Class II Complexes
10:20-10:50Coffee Break
10:50-11:10Sebastian Dümcke, Martin Seizl, Nicole Pirkl, Steffanie Etzold, Dietmar Martin and Achim Tresch
One Hand Clapping: Detection of condition-specic Transcription Factor Interactions from genome-wide gene activity Data
11:10-11:30Matthias Böck, Constanze Schmitt and Stefan Kramer
A Study of Dynamic Time Warping for the Inference of Gene Regulatory Relationships
11:30-11:50Robert Pesch and Ralf Zimmer
To transfer or not to transfer - Complementing the eukaryotic protein-protein interactome
11:50-12:10Lukas Windhager, Jonas Zierer and Ralf Zimmer
Module Extraction from Ensembles of Networks
12:10-12:30Alena Mysickova and Martin Vingron
Detection of interacting transcription factors in human tissues using predicted DNA binding affinity
13:30-13:50Huy Dinh, Ortrun Mittelsten Scheid and Arndt Von Haeseler
MethColor: a computational approach to uncover DNA methylation heterogeneity
13:50-14:10Haroon Naeem, Ralf Zimmer and Robert Küffner
Rigorous assessment of gene set enrichment tests
14:10-14:30Sabine Hug, Daniel Schmidl, Wei Bo Li, Matthias Greiter and Fabian J. Theis
Bayesian Model Selection for Zirconium Processing in the Human Body after Ingestion
14:30-15:50Michael Schwarzfischer, Carsten Marr, Jan Krumsiek, Philipp S. Hoppe, Adam Filipczyk, Timm Schroeder and Fabian J. Theis
Automated cell quantication allows inference of protein half-life from single cell time-lapse microscopy
14:50-15:10Martin Preusse, Andreas Kowarsch, Carsten Marr and Fabian J. Theis
miTALOS: Analyzing the tissue-specific regulation of signaling pathways by human and mouse microRNAs
15:10-15:30Andre Dau and Johannes Krugel
tt-analyze and tt-generate: Tools to Analyze and Generate Sequences with Trained Statistical Properties
15:30-16:00Coffee Break
16:00- Welcome Address
Opening Event GCB 2011: 10 Years Bioinformatics Munich (BIM)
Opening Lecture: Pavel Pevzner (UC San Diego): De Novo Sequencing of Antibiotics: Metabolomics Meets Graph Theory
19:00- Welcome Reception
Thursday, September 8
08:30-09:15Matthias Mann (MPI Biochemistry, Martinsried)
Systems wide analysis of the proteome by quantitative mass spectrometry (Invited Talk)
09:15-09:40Florian Rasche, Ales Svatos, Ravi Kumar Maddula, Christoph Böttcher and Sebastian Böcker
[HT] Fragmentation trees from mass spectra: a step towards metabolite identification
09:40-10:05Orland Gonzalez, Georg Malterer, Ralf Zimmer and Jürgen Haas
Guilt by Association in Human RNAi Screens
10:05-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-10:55Ludwig Geistlinger
[HT] From Sets To Graphs: Towards a Realistic Enrichment Analysis of Transcriptomic Systems
10:55-11:20Ralf Eggeling, Jens Keilwagen and Ivo Grosse
Recognition of splice sites and transcription factor binding sites using generalized maximum entropy models
11:20-11:45Jens Keilwagen, Jan Grau, Ivan A. Paponov, Stefan Posch, Marc Strickert and Ivo Grosse
[HT] De-Novo Discovery of Differentially Abundant DNA Binding Sites Including Their Positional Preference
12:45-13:30Thomas Illig (Helmholtz Centre Munich)
Metabolomics - a new avenue to personalized medicine? (Invited Talk)
13:30-13:55Martin Macguill, Tobias Petri and Ralf Zimmer
On Risk Stratification Strategies in Intensive Care Medicine
13:55-14:20Marco Mernberger and Eyke Huellermeier
Prediction of Protein Localization for Specialized Compartments using Time Series Kernels
14:20-14:50Coffee Break
14:50-15:15Mathias Möhl, Christina Schmiedl and Shay Zakov
Sparsification in Algebraic Dynamic Programming
15:15-15:40Anna Katharina Dehof, Hans-Peter Lenhof and Andreas Hildebrandt
Predicting Protein NMR Chemical Shifts in the Presence of Ligands and Ions using Force Field-based Features
15:40-16:25Dan Rujescu (LMU, Munich)
Genomics of schizophrenia and intermediate phenotypes (Invited Talk)
16:30-18:30Poster Session
19:00- Conference Dinner
Friday, September 9
08:30-09:15Thomas Werner (Genomatix, Munich)
Integrating NGS data into functional genomics requires new solutions in bioinformatics (Invited Talk)
09:15-09:40Matthias Heinig, Enrico Petretto, Chris Wallace, Anja Bauerfeind, Stefan Blankenberg, Martin Vingron, Norbert Hubner and Stuart Cook
[HT] A conserved trans-acting regulatory locus underlies an inflammatory gene network and susceptibility to autoimmune type 1 diabetes
09:40-10:05Caroline C. Friedel, Lars Dölken and Ralf Zimmer
[HT] High resolution profiling of RNA synthesis and decay
10:05-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-10:55Sergio Grimbs, Anne Arnold, Aneta Koseska, Jürgen Kurths, Joachim Selbig and Zoran Nikoloski
[HT] Spatiotemporal dynamics of the Calvin cycle: Multistationarity and symmetry breaking instabilities
10:55-11:20Jan Krumsiek, Karsten Suhre, Thomas Illig, Jerzy Adamski and Fabian J. Theis
[HT] Gaussian graphical modeling reconstructs pathway reactions from high-throughput metabolomics data
11:20-11:45Sebastian Klie
[HT] Metabolomic and transcriptomic stress response of Escherichia coli
11:45-12:30Eberhard Voit (Georgia Tech)
Computational Systems Biology: From Simple Models to System Simulation and the Discovery of Design Principles (Invited Talk)
13:30-14:15Andrei Lupas (U Tübingen)
Prokaryotic ancestry of innate immunity and apoptosis (Invited Talk)
14:15-14:40Christian Schudoma, Abdelhalim Larhlimi and Dirk Walther
[HT] The influence of the local sequence environment on RNA loop structures
14:40-15:05Jiabin Huang and Björn Voß
RNAHeliCes - Folding space analysis based on position aware structure abstraction
15:05-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-15:55Fernando Meyer, Stefan Kurtz, Rolf Backofen, Sebastian Will and Michael Beckstette
[HT] Structator: fast index-based search for RNA sequence-structure patterns
15:55-16:20Andreas S. Richter and Rolf Backofen
Accessibility and conservation in bacterial small RNA-mRNA interactions and implications for genome-wide target predictions
16:20-16:45Ewan Birney (EBI, Cambridge)
Encode: understanding our genome (Invited Talk)
16:45- Closing