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==Final presentation:==
 
==Final presentation:==
 
* The [[Programme Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology 2012|'''schedule''' of the presentation day 'Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology' is available]].
 
* The [[Programme Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology 2012|'''schedule''' of the presentation day 'Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology' is available]].
* The symposium will take place in '''Artis Zoo''', in the lecture room “De Volharding” ([[Media:Artis-plattegrond-42.pdf|Artis - Building 42]] highlighted in a yellow circle), which is at 10-15 min. walking distance from the main entrance. You should have a ticket, if not please ask [mailto:douwe.molenaar@falw.vu.nl?subject=Artis%20ticket Douwe]
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* The symposium will take place in '''Artis Zoo''', in the lecture room “De Volharding” ([[Media:Artis-plattegrond-42.pdf|Artis - Building 42]] highlighted in a yellow circle), which is at 10-15 min. walking distance from the main entrance. You should have a '''ticket''', if not please ask [mailto:douwe.molenaar@falw.vu.nl?subject=Artis%20ticket Douwe]
  
* For the Bioinformatics 'discussion groups', one or two students from each group present the work. All group members should participate in answering questions.
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* For the Bioinformatics 'discussion groups', one or two students from each group '''present''' the work. All group members should '''participate in answering''' questions.
  
* We expect each student to ask at least one question during the whole day - we will (try to) keep track of that! As part of the discussion group, it would be a good idea to prepare several questions in advance - you should have a pretty good idea of the contents :-) Your question might be for one of the Bioinformatics or the Sytems Biology presentations, that does not matter (but it cannot be your own group, obviously).
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* We expect each student to ask at least '''one question''' during the whole day - we will (try to) keep track of that! As part of the discussion group, it would be a good idea to prepare several questions in advance - you should have a pretty good idea of the contents :-) Your question might be for one of the Bioinformatics or the Sytems Biology presentations, that does not matter (but it cannot be your own group, obviously).
  
 
==Documents for Practical project:==
 
==Documents for Practical project:==

Revision as of 15:49, 11 October 2012

Final presentation:

  • For the Bioinformatics 'discussion groups', one or two students from each group present the work. All group members should participate in answering questions.
  • We expect each student to ask at least one question during the whole day - we will (try to) keep track of that! As part of the discussion group, it would be a good idea to prepare several questions in advance - you should have a pretty good idea of the contents :-) Your question might be for one of the Bioinformatics or the Sytems Biology presentations, that does not matter (but it cannot be your own group, obviously).

Documents for Practical project:

Deadline final report: Friday October 5th.

Discussion groups

Pfam
Leaders: Alumit Mannheim, Victor Rijks
Members: Ruigi Han (E), Arlo Hoogeveen (A), Supawat Prabpracha (H), Paul Nijssen (G), Danne Elbers (F), Evert Schone (B), Joleen Traats (C), Wouter Woud (C), Wouter Stegeman (D)
GO
Leaders: Stephan Pauw, Svetlana
Members: Patrick van der Berg (I), Yasser Alnakhli (H), David Hagos (I), Aristeidis Kondylidis (?, SCOP), Alexandros Valetopoulos (C), Marit Hoff-Hoffmayer-Zlotnik (F), Claire Baudier (G), Maria Djordjanova (B)
SCOP
Leaders: Eva, Maxim
Members: Tom Constandse (F), Erwin Klein (B), Michiel Thiecke (H), Robbert Geerts(D), Mandy de Kwaasteniet(I), Vincent de Ruijter (A), Jacomien Feilzer (D), Jochem Bijlard (G)
Overall comparison
Leader: Maurits
Members: Stefan Payralbe (A), Chris Hettinga (D), Fedde Schaefer (F), Marine Milo (F), Sun Chonglu (G), Mandlakayise Nhleko (H), Aphiwe Mqunyana (B), Manfred Malleier (C)

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