BioComplexity Wednesday Meetings and Special Lectures
Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Inst. Copenhagen

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2011-2013

Date
Speaker
Affiliation
Title
11/12 10.30 am, Kc 7
Szabolcs Semsey
Center for Models of Life, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Mismatch repair at stop codons is directed independent of GATC methylation in Escherichia coli
4/12 10.30 am, Kc 7
Vedran Sekara
Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modeling, Danish Technical University Social Contacts and Communities
27/11 10.30 am, Kc 7
Ole Peters
London Mathematical Laboratory and Santa Fe Institute Concept-domino
20/11 10.30 am, Kc 7
Romain Levayer
Institute for Cell Biology, University of Bern, Switzerland Decrypting the war code of cells: cell competition and fitness selection during development.
13/11 10.30 am, Kc 7
Bjorn Jamtveit
Physics of Geological Processes, University of Oslo, Norway Earth Patterns
6/11 10.30 am, Kc 7
Edouard Hannezo
Institut Curie, Paris, France Models of growth, patterning and stem cell dynamics in epithelial tissues
30/10 10.30 am, Kc 7
Anders Sogaard
Center for Language Technology, University of Copenhagen Beating the life out of Twitter - Tweets, what they mean, and biased linguistic models
23/10 10.30 am, Kc 7
Anders Svensson
Niels Bohr Institute, Ice and Climate Research Ice Cores and Climate Change
16/10 10.30 am, Kc 7
Sine Lo Svenningsen
Department of Biology, Biomolecular Sciences, University of Copenhagen The effect of Q expression on commitment to lysogeny in phage lambda.
Monday, 7/10 15:15 am, Aud. A
(note: special time and place!)

Uri Alon
Weizmann Inst. of Science, Rehovot, Israel Evolutionary Tradeoffs and the Geometry of Phenotype Space
02/10 10.30 am, Kc 7
Troels Mikkelsen
Center for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen Parameter space and phase space study of the non-chaotic Duffing oscillator
25/09 10.30 am, Kc 7
Pau Formosa Jordan
Dept. Estructura i Constituents de la Matèria, Facultat de Física, Universitat de Barcelona Fine-grained pattern formation in the eye and inner ear of chick embryos
18/09 10.30 am, Kc 7
Thomas Holst-Hansen
Niels Bohr Institute Inflammation in Islets of Langerhans
11/09 10.30 am, Kc 7
Hiizu Nakanishi
Department of Physics, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Storm in a Teacup: dynamics of micro-droplets on hot water surface
04/09 10.30 am, Kc 7
Kristine Williams
Biotech Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC), University of Copenhagen The role of TET proteins and hydroxymethylcytosine in embryonic stem cells
02/09 11.00 am, Kc 7 (Monday)
Antonio Scialdone
John Innes Center, Norwich, UK How plants implement arithmetic division to optimise resource utilisation
28-30/08.

Conference Dynamics of Stem Cell Decisions

21/08 10.30 am, Kc 7
Z. Jane Wang


Cornell University, USA Balancing in air: What can we learn about insects's internal control algorithms from their flight?
14/08 10.30 am, Kc 7
Janos Kertesz
Center for Network Science, Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Hungary Human behavior from info-communication data
07/08 10.30 am, Kc 7
Florian Berger
'Theory & Biosystems' department of the Max Planck Institute, Potsdam, Germany Distinct Transport Regimes for Two Elastically Coupled Molecular Motors
12/06 10.30 am, Kc 7
Christian Rischel
Novonordisk TBA
29/05 10.30 am, Kc 7
Sergei Maslov
Dept. of Biology, Brookhaven National Laboratory TBA
15/05 10.30 am, Kc 7
Andrej Kosmrlj
Dept of Physics, Harvard Mechanism of T cell specificity for pathogens: implications for the influence of host genetics on HIV control
08/05 10.30 am, Kc 7
Max Lavrentovich
Harvard, USA Population genetics of range expansions and nonequilibrium phase transitions
01/05 10.30 am, Kc 7
Andrej Kosmrlj
Dept. of Physics, Harvard University Mechanical properties of warped membranes.
24/04 10.30 am, Kc 7
Lene Broeng Oddershede and Joachim Mathiesen
Biocomplexity, NBI Long-range ordered vorticity patterns in living tissue introduced by cell division.
17/04 10.30 am, kc7
A. Aulehla
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany
10/04 10.30 am, Kc7
David Nelson
Harvard Dislocation Mediated Elongation of Bacteria
03/04 10.30 am, kc7
Budget meeting
13/03 10.30 am, kc7
Varun Kothamachu
Univ Exeter.
06/03 10.30 am, kc7
Sabine Hansen
CMOL, Biocenter, KU Quantitative comparison of four mechanisms for transcription factor regulation in the same cellular network
27/02 10.30 am, kc7
Erik Martens
National Institute for Aquatic Resources, Technical University of Denmark Chimera states
20/02 10.30 am, kc7
Kristian Moss Bendtsen
CMOL What can we learn from the mobility of DNA repair proteins?
13/02 10.30 am, kc7
Marek Mizstal
CMOL, NBI, KU Physics-based fluid simulation using moving meshes
30/01 10.30 am, kc7
Namiko Mitarai
CMOL, NBI, KU Entrainment of linear and non-linear system under noise
23/01 10.30 am, kc7
Sine Lo Svenningsen
CMOL, Biocenter, KU Quorum sensing as a means of regulating phage-bacterial interactions
19/12 10.30 am, kc7
Antonio Trovato
Universita' degli Studi di Padova, Italy "Properties of protein structures in folding and aggregation"
5/12 10.30 am, kc7
Dr Hywel T. P. Williams
College of Life & Environmental Sciences University of Exeter TBA
28/11 10.30 am, kc7
Julyan Cartwright
Instituto Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-UGR TBA
21/11 10.30 am, kc7
Fariba Karimi
Umea Univesrity, Sweden Threshold model of cascades in temporal networks
14/11 10.30 am, kc7
Philip Gerlee
Gothenburg University "The impact of phenotypic switching on brain tumour growth and invasion"
31/10 2 pm, kc7
Prof. William E. Brownell
Houston, Texas "Electromechanics in cell membranes"
31/10 10.30 am, kc7
Gerbrand Koster
Department of Molecular Biosciences University of Oslo, Norway Physical regulation of membrane nanotubes: formation by pulling motor proteins and stabilization by polymerizing dynamin
29/10 13 pm, kc7
M.S. Santhanam
(IISER Pune, India) Extreme events on complex networks
24/10 14 pm, C115 in HCØ
Paul Meakin
Idaho National Laboratory and PGP, Oslo Shale gas, shale oil, oil shale and computational geomechanics
17/10 10.30 am, kc7
Kuni Iwasa
MPI für Physik Komplexer Systeme, Dresden Reverse transduction in hair cells.
26/09, 10.30 am, kc7
Puck Rombach
Oxfod, UK TBA
10/09 (Monday) 10.30 am, kc7
Hiroyuki Kitahata / Michiko Shimokawa
Chiba University, Japan (2 short talks)
"Spontaneous motion of a droplet coupled with pattern formation" (HK), "Size distribution of cell pattern observed in gravitational instability" (MS)
04/07 10.30 am, kc7
Stanley Brown
CMOL Help with optics
27/06 10.30 am, kc7
Anne Alsing
CMOL Differentiation of olfactory neurons analyzed in terms of coupled epigenetic landscapes
18/05 (Friday) 10.30 am, kc7
Natasha Mhatre
Bangalore TBA
03/05 (Thursday) 11-12 am, kc7
Marc Lefranc
University of Lille Oscillations in self-repressing gene with transcriptional memory
2/05
Elisenda Feliu from Carsten Wiuf group
Department of Mathematics, KU
TBA
25/04
Jan O. Haeter
CMOL, Niels Bohr Institute Lamarckian evolution and Diversity of CRISPR immunity
26/03, 10:30- (Monday)
Hisao Hayakawa
Kyoto University
Granular jet: is it a perfect fluid?
21/03, 10:30 - Wednesday Morten Mørup
DTU
Bayesian Models for Complex Networks
12/03, 10:30-(Monday)
Shinichiro Nagahiro
Sendai National College of Technology
Shear thickening oscillation in a dilatant fluid
15/02
Thomas Heimburg
Biocomplexity, Membranes group
Lipid ion channels
08/02
Kim Sneppen
Cmol
Histone codes that work
19/01, 10.00
Søren Vedel
DTU, Copenhagen, Denmark
Cell migration in social context
18/01
Hanne Ingmer, Jørgen Leisner, Wilhelm Paulander
Copenhagen University, Life
"Bacterial bacteriocin production, antibiotic resistance and associated social theory."
17/01, 13.00
Erik Martens
MPG
TBA
11/01
Damien Vandembroucq
Laboratoire PMMH, ESPCI Paris
Localization & anisotropic correlations in a mesoscopic model of amorphous plasticity
16/11
Jaime Iranzo
Centro de astrobiologia, Madrid , Spain
Tempo and mode of inhibitor-mutagen antiviral therapies: a multidisciplinary approach.
10/11
Sandor Spisak
SOTE, Budapest
TBA
26/10
Kristian Moss Bendtsen
CMOL
TBA
19/10
Paul S. Wikramaratna
University of Oxford, UK
The Antigenic Evolution of Influenza
12/10
Pengfei Tian
CMOL
Protein 3D Structure Prediction by Monte Carlo Simulation Method
5/10
Himanshu Khandelia
SDU
Lipid Blisters, Gymnastics and New Ion Pathways from Molecular Simulations
28/9
Szabolcs Semsey
CMOL
Structure and function of the D-galactose network in enterobacteria.
14/9
Hiroshi Kori
Ochanomizu University, Japan
TBA
7/9
Yukie Sano
Nihon University, Japan
Empirical analysis of collective human behaviors in Japanese blogosphere
31/8
Nader Reihani
Zanjan, Iran
Biopolymer stretching using optical tweesers: The bead size matters./ Improved axial position sensing for optical tweezers using newly designed Octant Photo Diode (OPD)
24/8
Stephane Santucci
Laboratoire de Physique, ENS de Lyon
Avalanche dynamics of imbibition fronts
17/8
Denis Grebenkov
Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics, Palaiseau France
Anomalous Diffusion in Living Cells
2/8
Juyong park
CCNR, Norhteastern university, Boston, USA
Markov Chains for human motion pattern profiling, and possible applications
22/6
Martin Borch Jensen
SUND, university of Copenhagen
RecQ helicases in DNA repair and aging
15/6
Preethi Gunaratne

Bioinformatic Methods for Discerning Gene Expression Signatures for Predicting Response and Identifying Therapeutic Targets for Ovarian Cancer
1/6
Marc Lefranc
Lille university of Science and Technology, France
ROBUSTNESS OF CIRCADIAN CLOCKS TO DAYLIGHT FLUCTUATIONS: HINTS FROM THE PICOEUKARYOTE OSTREOCOCCUS TAURI
19/5 (Thursday, 10:30)
Takahiro Sagawa
Kyoto University, Japan
Information Thermodynamics in Small Systems
11/5
Joshua S. Weitz
GeorgiaTech
When one plus one does not equal two: stochastic bacterial fate determination by co-infecting viruses
19/4 (Tuesday, 14:30)
Jevin West
University of Washington, Seattle
From document delivery to document discovery: automated mapping of the network ecology of science at the article level
15/4 (Friday, 10:30 in Aud. A)
Gerald Pollack
University of Washington, Seattle
The secret life of water: E=H2O (Abstract at www.nbi.ku.dk/Kalender/2011/gerald_pollack/)
30/3
Liselotte Jauffred and Marie Domange Jordo
NBI
The role of Gender in physics
23/3
Masayo Inoue
NBI
Evolution of Cooperative Adaptive Response with Multi-degree of Freedom
16/3
Jan Haerter
NBI
TBA
9/2
Prasad Perlekar
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
2/2
Pierpaolo Vivo
ICTP
Phase Transitions in the quantum transport problem
26/1
Sabine Hansen
KU
The functionality of gene regulatory networks: How regulation of transcription factors affect gene regulatory network dynamics
12/1/2011
Jeppe Søgaard Juul
NBI
Locally Self Organized Percolation In Multiple Disease Spreading Model
15/12
Pernilla Bjerling
Uppsala University
Chromatin dynamics in fission yeast
8/12
Jakob Kisbye Dreyer
Panum, KU
Biophysics of Sex, Drugs and Rock n' roll: modeling the brain reward system
1/12
Jiri Lukas and Claudia Lukas
Center from Genotoxic stress research
Biological responses to genotoxic stress
24/11
Martin Rosvall
University of Umea
Random walks and network maps
17/11
Namiko Mitarai
NBI
Effect of noise on jamming transition of granular media
3/11
Else K. Hoffmann
University of Copenhagen
Osmotic stress response and p53
27/10
Sebastian Bernhardsson
NBI
Equilibrium Solution to the Reversed Auction Game
20/10
Orion Penner
University of Calgary
Sequence alignment and mutual information
13/10
Niels Gronbech-Jensen
University of California, Davis and University of Copenhagen
Modeling self-assembly of lipid-DNA complexes
6/10
Philip Merksamer
University of California, San Francisco
Lighting up the Stressed ER with Fluorescent Reporters
29/9
Rasmus Groenfeldt Winther
University of California, Santa Cruz and University of Copenhagen
Networks: Ontologies, Modeling, and Applications
22/9
Kay Gottschalk
University of Greifswald
Integrin Mediated Cell Adhesion
15/9
Hiizu Nakanishi
Kyushu University
Fluid dynamics and jamming in a dilatant fluid
8/9
Martin Linden
Caltech
Understanding the cell shape and locomotion of Spiroplasma
1/9
Allen Minton
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
Physical factors influencing protein conformation and reactivity within cellular microenvironments
25/8
Jacob Bock Axelsen
Centro de Astrobiologia (Madrid)
Introduction to Global Language Diversity
18/8
Bernardo Huberman / Yuichi Itto
HP laboratories / Aichi Institute of Technology
Social Media and Attention / Heterogeneous anomalous diffusion of virus in cytoplasm of a living cell
30/6
Masatoshi Ichikawa
Kyoto University
Dimensional effects on a DNA molecule
23/6
Stanley Brown
Copenhagen University
Genetic searches for particle-dissociating proteins
16/6
Dibyendu Das
IIT, Bombay
Dynamics of a flexible polymer in shear flow
9/6
Antal Jakli
Kent State University
Liquid Crystals in Biology
2/6
Johan Andreasson
Stanford University
New Kinesin-II results and an Optical Torque Wrench
26/5
Philip Gerlee
NBI
What is a model, and what can it do?
12/5
Shashi Thutupalli
Max Planck Institute, Goettingen
Collective Dynamics of Self Moving Chemical Micro-oscillators
28/4
Karoline Wiesner
University of Lund
Measures of complexity and information erasure
14/4
Jochen Guck
University of Cambridge
Do cells care about physics?
7/4
B. P. Lavrov
St. Petersburg State University
On the nature of UV continua of sonoluminescence in aqua solutions
31/3
Torbjorn Lundh
Chalmers/Gotemburg University
War of attrition with implicit time cost
24/3
Lana Bosanac
ENS, Paris
Regulation of P-TEFb Nuclear Targeting
10/3
Fleming Topsoe

From truth, belief and knowledge to Tsallis entropy
24/2
Masayo Inoue
University of Tokyo
Dynamics of Coupled Adaptive Elements: Bursting and Intermittent Oscillations Generated by Frustration in Networks
10/2
Ralf Metzler
University of Munchen
Single particle trajectory analysis in complex systems: anomalous diffusion and violation of ergodicity
20/1
Thomas Sams
DTU
Quorums sensing and bacterial communication
13/1
Remy Chait
Harvard Medical School
Selection on antibiotic resistance in (more) complex environments
6/1
Prof. Dr. Marc-Thorsten Hütt
Jacobs University Bremen
How few elements can systematically shape large-scale patterns

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