Fall 2015 program

Please take note that the Institute Colloquium has a new starting time on Mondays at 12:45 pm and will take place in the Raiffeisen Lecture Hall of IST Austria.  Snacks and beverages will follow the lecture. The Institute Colloquium has an interdisciplinary flavor and should be of general interest to the research community of Vienna and surroundings. Please find the schedule for Fall 2015 below. If you want to use the free IST shuttle bus from Wien Heiligenstadt (U4, S-Bahn) please print out the weekly invitation for the Colloquium from our homepage and present it to the driver: http://www.ist.ac.at/institute_colloquium Schedule Fall 2015
• Monday, September 28
Steve Marschner
Cornell University
Fibers and the appearance of materials • Monday, October 5
Yves Barde
Cardiff University
Neurotrophins in development and disease • Monday, October 12
Judith Mank
University College London
The evolution of sexual dimorphism and the effects of sex-specific selection on genome evolution • Monday, October 19
Julie Theriot
Stanford University
Title TBA • Monday, November 2
Harry Swinney
University of Texas at Austin
Collective dynamics, deadly competition, and phenotype switching in bacterial colonies • Monday, November 9
Andrew V. Goldberg
Amazon.com Inc.
Hub labeling algorithms
• Monday, November 23
Erik van Nimwegen
University of Basel
The role of noise in the evolution of gene regulation • Monday, December 14
Daniel Choquet
University of Bordeaux
Interplay between glutamatergic synapse nanoscale organization and function • Monday, January 18
Renato Renner
ETH Zurich
How much work does it cost to process information? • Monday, January 25
Eske Willerslev
University of Coppenhagen
What we can learn from past genomics?