Minisymposia

The Systems Biochemistry group regularly organise minisymposia to foster collaborations and exchange between different researchers in Luxembourg and beyond, on the following topics

 

Mathematical Modelling of Biochemical Networks

Past events:

17 October 2017

Susan Ghaderi: Mathematical Properties of Stoichiometric Matrices

András Hartmann: Optimization-Based Reconstruction of Boolean Gene Regulatory Networks

25 April 2017

Mr Riccardo Rao: Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of Chemical Reaction Networks

Anas Obeidat: An Implicit approach for viscous multi-phase flows using the hybrid remeshed particle hydrodynamics method

25 October 2016

Jorge Goncalves: Biochemical system identification

Masoud Ahookhosh: An adaptive Levenberg-Marquardt method for biochemical system optimization

Zuogong Yue: Linear Dynamic Network Reconstruction from Heterogeneous Datasets

Laurent Heirendt: High-dimensional constraint-based modelling with Julia

10 May 2016

Matteo Polettini: Steady state thermodynamics of the Chemical Master Equation

Minh Le: Sparse Optimization and Biochemical Networks

10 November 2015

Mr. Artur WACHTEL: Dissipation in noisy chemical systems: The Role of deficiency

Mr. Nicolo COLOMBO: Identification of Regulatory Networks from Time Series of Microarray Data

Mr. Riccardo Rao: Glucans monomer-exchange dynamics as an open chemical network

Mr. Nicolo COLOMBO: Identification of Regulatory Networks from Time Series of Microarray Data

Mr. Artur WACHTEL: Dissipation in noisy chemical systems: The Role of deficiency

Microfluidics

Past events:

23 November 2016

Peter Ertl: Microfluidics and organ on a chip technology

Emanuel Berger: Midbrain organoids in the “Quasi Vivo” millifluidic device

24 May 2016

Alexander Grünberger, Forschungszentrum Jülich: Microfluidic single-cell bioreactors: Introduction, application and future perspectives

Chiwan Chiang, Mimetas, B.V.: A 3D neuronal model in microfluidic cell culture system

24 November 2015

Paul Wilmes: HuMiX: A microfluidics-based model of the gastrointestinal human-microbial interface

Jens C. Schwamborn: Utilization of brain-on-a-chip technology to model Parkinson’s disease

Alexander Skupin: Macro to Microfluidics

Edinson Lucumi Moreno: Extracellular matrix rheology and particle image velocimetry in microfluidics

Laboratory automation

Past events:

23 November 2016

Shaman Narayanasamy: Integrated Metaomic Pipeline (IMP) - Large scale integrated analysis of metagenomic and metatranscriptomic data

Khalid Kane: Guided tour of the Pelican Cell Culture Observatory (2nd Floor, BTʺ, LCSB)

24 May 2016

Khalid Kane, SBG: Automation of long term cell culture protocols

Eugenio Fava, DZNE: Maximizing Laboratory Efficiencies Using Automation

Ibrahim Boussaad, CEN: HORST: An automated cell culture and screening platform

3 December 2015

Lena Schober: Laboratory Automation - from screening to automated tissue production

Paul Jung: High-throughput Phenotyping in Yeast: Methodologies and Applications

Rejko Krüger: Laboratory Automation in the Clincial and Experimental Neuroscience Group

Anna Heintz-Buschart: Automation of Biomolecular Extraction

Christophe Tréfois: Driving change management in the lab - Reproducible research results @ LCSB

Shaman Narayanasamy: Integrated Metaomic Pipeline (IMP) - Large scale integrated analysis of metagenomic and metatranscriptomic data