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Seminar Series D-BSSE

Current Topics in Systems Biology

The Seminar Series presents leading scientists lecturing on recent advances and developments in systems biology, including topics from biology, bioengineering, and computational biology.

Students who want to obtain credit points for attending the Seminar Series are asked to contact Tanja Stadler at the beginning of the course. All presentations take place in the Science Lounge (7th floor) of the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering of ETH Zürich in Basel, on Tuesdays from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm, followed by an aperitif.

To receive announcements of future seminar series, send an email request to to ask to be added to the email list.

To view the past talks in our Seminar Series, please visit our archive or click here

Seminar Series Fall 2017

Date Speaker Topic
19.09.17 Pantazis Group  
03.10.17 ETH Silver Medal Presentations
10.10.17 Donald Engelman Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry, Yale University (USA)
17.10.17 Walter Kolch Biomolecular & biomedical research, UCD Conway Systems Biology (Ireland)

Computational modelling of cancer

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24.10.17 Rainer Spang Statistical Bioinformatics, University of Regensburg (Germany)  TBD
31.10.17 Dittrich Group  
07.11.17 Guido Sanguinetti Computation Biology & Bioinformatics, University of Edinburgh (UK)
14.11.17 Müller Group TBD
21.11.17 Chase Beisel Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, North Carolina State University (USA)
28.11.17 Stelling Group TBD
05.12.17 Panke Group  
12.12.17 Ashutosh Chilkoti Biomolecular Material & Biointerface Science, Duke University (USA) TBD

Seminar Series Spring 2018

Date Speaker Topic
27.02.18 Open TBD
06.03.18 Open TBD
13.03.18 Open TBD
20.03.18 Reserved for internal seminar!  
27.03.18 Reserved for internal seminar!  
10.04.18 Open TBD
17.04.18 Open TBD
24.04.18 Open
08.05.18 Open TBD
15.05.18 Reserved for internal seminar!  
22.05.18 Open TBD
29.05.18 Open TBD
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