Seminar Computational Life Science
Students will be able to independently develop the contents of scientific publications from at least two different fields of Computational Modelling and Simulation and present them to third parties in a comprehensible manner, and critically analyse the acquired knowledge. They are able to critically analyse and communicate the application of computational modelling methods in two different application areas and to recognise cross-application approaches.
Analysis and discussion of scientific publications on a topic of the student's choice in the fields of Computational Life Sciences.
Program / Module
M.Sc. Computational Modeling and Simulation
Module: CMS-SEM - Literature Review in Computational Modelling
Seminar: Tuesdays, 13:00-14:30h, APB-E008
SEMINAR STARTS APRIL 7 ONLINE AND CONTINUE AFTER MAY 5 IN THE AUDITORIUM. The online parts will be held as Zoom live screen-casts with the possibility to ask questions. Links will be announced here below (a separate link for every week) a day prior to the lecture. In order to keep this as close as possible to a real lecture experience, the webcasts are not recorded.
2 SWS seminar, self-study
Oral presentation ("Referat") of 30 minutes (20 mins talk + 10 mins Q+A).
Registration for the exam via SELMA before April 27. Students who are not registered for the exam are not allowed to present in the seminar.
Will be announced after the semester.
Registration to the course
For students of the Master program "Computational Modeling and Simulation: via CampusNet SELMA.
Registration deadline: April 14, 2020. Late registrations cannot be accepted.
Lecture: Prof. Ivo F. Sbalzarini
Teaching language: ENGLISH
Click here to see the list of suggested seminar papers to choose from
PLEASE CHECK YOUR ASSIGNMENT IN THE ABOVE FILE AND INFORM ME OF ERRORS. If you have not yet picked a paper, please see the 18 additional topics in the above file and send me by E-Mail UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 10 a list of at least three (ordered by priority) topics of your choice. I will then make the final seminar schedule.
- April 7: Seminar introduction and assignment of topics. ALL STUDENTS WHO INTEND TO PRESENT IN THIS SEMINAR MUST BE PRESENT IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A TOPIC. (Webcast link: https://zoom.us/j/810222791?pwd=dCtiODh6Z21WTS9FMG5laDc2VW9WQT09, Meeting ID: 810 222 791, Password: 071006)
- April 14: Q+A of papers, review of assignments, seminar schedule, registration and examination details. (Webcast link: https://zoom.us/j/614893564?pwd=ckhhMkR5OGpOVWdTWVNDcHkzQTJNQT09, Meeting ID: 614 893 564, Password: 076169)
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