Meetings 2017

The Centre for Computational Evolution (CCE) holds regular research meetings where CCE researchers, guests or visitors present on current projects. Students and visitors are especially welcomed to these meetings. To be put onto the mailing list for these meetings, please e-mail compevol@auckland.ac.nz

Regular research meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month, 11am-12noon in Room 303S-561. Research talks by visitors will be held on a suitable day during their visit. 

 

Date Speaker Topic
26-Jan-17    
2-Feb-17    
9-Feb-17    
16-Feb-17    
23-Feb-17    
2-Mar-17    
9-Mar-17  Andre Lichtsteiner Investigating seasonal NZ influenza dynamics using genomic and mobile phone data
16-Mar-17    
23-Mar-17    
30-Mar-17    
6-Apr-17    
13-Apr-17    
20-Apr-17    
27-Apr-17    
4-May-17    
11-May-17    
18-May-17    
25-May-17    
1-Jun-17    
8-Jun-17    
15-Jun-17    
22-Jun-17    
29-Jun-17    
6-Jul-17    
13-Jul-17    
20-Jul-17    
27-Jul-17    
3-Aug-17    
10-Aug-17    
16-Aug-17 (Wed) Jonathan Klawitter (PhD provisional seminar 2-3pm) The neighbourhood problem in spaces of phylogenetic networks
17-Aug-17 Prof Angsheng Li (Insitute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing) Structural information defines the three-dimensional gene map and decodes the three-dimensional domains of chromosomes
24-Aug-17    
31-Aug-17 Alexei Drummond Design parameters for genome editing in humans
7-Sep-17    
11-Sep-17 (Mon) Jordan Douglas (PhD provisional seminar 10-11am Blg 106-112)  Simulating and visualising the kinetics of transcription and transcriptional slippage
14-Sep-17    
21-Sep-17 Peter Wills How is the genetic code embedded in chemistry?
28-Sep-17    
5-Oct-17

 

 
12-Oct-17

1. Rong Zhang (PhD student with Alexei Drummond)

2. Jing Yang (visiting PhD student with Alexei Drummond)

1. Study of sequence prediction based on network method and uncertainty processing

2. Poultry production and trade altered global genetic diversity of H9N2 avian influenza virus

19-Oct-17    
26-Oct-17    
2-Nov-17    
9-Nov-17    
16-Nov-17 Remco Bouckaert Methods for analysing a deadly disease lurking in New Zealand forests: a short history of Kauri dieback
23-Nov-17 Matthew Egbert Using evolutionary robotics to understand the functional role of delay in nervous tissues
30-Nov-17 Katerina Taskova (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany) Evaluation of in vivo and in vitro models of toxicity by comparison of toxicogenomics data with the literature
7-Dec-17    
14-Dec-17    
21-Dec-17