- Daniel Huson (University of Tübingen, Germany )
- Louxin Zhang (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
- Michael Fuchs (National Chengchi University, Taipei)
- Simone Linz (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
- Sebastien Roch (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
- Mathias Weller (CNRS at Université Gustave Eiffel, France)
- Rohan Williams (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
- Taoyang Wu (University of East Angila, UK)
General Enquiries: ims-enquiry(AT)nus.edu.sg
For Scientific Aspects: Louxin Zhang matzlx(AT)nus.edu.sg) or
Daniel Huson daniel.huso(AT)uni-tuebingen.de
This is a one-month program on the mathematics of evolution. It will focus on three themes of phylogenetic networks and applications:
- Algorithmic aspects of phylogenetic trees and networks;
- Combinatorial and stochastic properties of phylogenetic networks; and
- Dynamics and evolution of viruses.
This event brings together mathematicians, computer scientists and bioinformaticians to discuss cutting edge research in the theory of phylogenetic networks and trees and its applications.
Workshop 1: Foundations of Networks
The focus of this workshop is on the mathematical, statistical and algorithmic aspects of phylogenetic networks. Topics may include enumeration, statistical properties, the structure of space of networks, reconstructibility and identifiability of specific classes of phylogenetic networks, and other fundamental aspects.
Workshop 2: Algorithms and Software in Phylogenetics
One aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on new mathematical and algorithm approaches that address theoretical and practical problems in phylogenetics, such as the development of model-based methods for determining phylogenetic networks or improved methods for inferring phylogenetic trees and other evolutionary parameters. The other main aim is to present software that implement such methods.
Workshop 3: Evolution of Viruses
This workshop will focus on mathematical, statistical and algorithmic approaches to analysing and understanding viral and phages evolution, in particular in the content of human disease.
Each workshop will consist of one to two keynote talks (40+10 minutes) and approximately 20 contributed presentation (20 +5 minutes). In addition, there will be a poster session.
|Workshop 1: Foundations of Networks||6–8 Sep 2023||N/A|
|Workshop 2: Algorithms and Software in Phylogenetics||11–13 Sep 2023||N/A|
|Mini-workshop: Metagenomics using DIAMOND+MEGAN||15 Sep 2023||N/A|
|Workshop 3: Evolution of viruses||25–27 Sep 2023||N/A|