Best In-Session Presentation Award
Bastian Alt received the best in-session presentation award at IEEE INFOCOM 2019 for his presentation in Technical Session 5-B Multimedia Networking.
The conference was held from April 29 to May 2, 2019 in Paris, France
PhD Defense Jascha Diemer
Date: Thursday, December 20, 2018
Time: 2.30 p.m.
Location: B2|03 109
Applied Swarm Intelligence
What's better than a drone? That's right: a swarm of drones! In our lab, we are developing and testing new algorithms for decentralized communication and control of drone swarms. If you are looking for a student project in the area of machine learning and want to get in touch, you can find more information about our research here.
PhD Defense Wasiur Rahman Khuda Bukhsh
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2018
Time: 1.00 p.m.
Location: S3|20 111
PhD Defense: Adrian Šošić
Date: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Time: 1.15 p.m.
Location: S3|06 249
Congrats to Sikun Yang for getting a 20 minutes slot to present the work on „Dependent Relational Gamma Process Models for Longitudinal Networks“ at ICML 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Congrats to Wasiur for his Best-in-Session Presentation Award at INFOCOM 2018!
Successful CMSB 2017
15th International conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology
CMSB 2017 was organised by Bio-inspired Communication Systems Group at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany.
About 70 researchers attended the conference.
The proceedings of all conferences can be found here: Springer Link
CMSB 2017 proceedings are available here: CMSB2017
For some impressions please click here.
CMSB 2017 – Early registration ends tomorrow
Invited speaker at Banff-Workshop: “Mathematical Analysis of Biological Interaction Networks”
Heinz Köppl is going to speak at the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery, Canada at the workshop for ”Mathematical Analysis of Biological Interaction Networks” from June 4 to 9.
Invited speaker at 1st ECCSB
1st European Congress on Cell-Free Synthetic Biology
Prof. Köppl is going to speak at the first European Congress on Cell-Free Synthetic Biology at Ascona, Switzerland.
Practical Training with Microfluidic
First Run of BMA (Biomolecular Analytic)
This year our group has offered a 3-day course as part of BMA. In total, 9 students had the chance to lay hands on a microfluidic experiment, starting with the fabrication of the chips, running experiments with yeast and the analysis of microscopic images.
The yeast cells used were genetically engineered to observe transcription elongation in real time.
CMSB 2017 will take place at Technische Universitaet Darmstadt
Computational Methods in Systems Biology-CMSB 2017
BCS will organize CMSB conference in 2017
15th International Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology will be held in September 2017 in Darmstadt.
New Course in Summer Semester 2017
Computational Methods for Systems and Synthetic Biology
The course covers mathematical methods used in the area of systems and synthetic biology.
It takes place on Wednesdays (vl) and Fridays (ue) at S3/20, 4.
LOEWE Schwerpunkt CompuGene
Das neue interdisziplinäre LOEWE-Projekt CompuGene startet am 1. Januar 2016 an der TU Darmstadt.
BCS starts its own Youtube-Channel.
Check it out under Youtube-BCS-Channel
New project: LOEWE CompuGene
BCS co-coordinates LOEWE Cluster CompuGene
In June 2015 the government of the federal state of Hessen decided to support the new LOEWE Cluster CompuGene at TU Darmstadt.
IBM awards PhD-Student at BCS
Leo Bronstein receives an IBM Ph.D. Scholarship in 2015
This award is highly competitive and recognizes the student as well as the quality of the institution Bio-inspired Communication Systems.
The Awards Program is an intensely competitive worldwide program, which honors exceptional Ph.D. students who have an interest in solving problems that are important to IBM and fundamental to innovation in many academic disciplines and areas of study.
Join the iGEM-Team at TU Darmstadt
Practical training with IGEM – Registration deadline: May 1st, 2015
ETiT students for iGEM: Join the TU Darmstadt iGEM Team and work on an interdisciplinary project involving 3D printing and computational modeling of novel synthetic biomolecular circuits. You can obtain CPs for that project by registering via TUCAN for the iGEM Modul No. 10-01-0051.
For more details please contact Prof. Heinz Koeppl.
Guest Talk at BCS
Guest Talk at BCS
Date: April, 20th, 2015, 9.15 a.m.
Location: Rundeturmstraße 12 (S3|19, Room 1.5)
Speaker: Philipp Thomas, University of Edinburgh, UK
Title: Noise in gene regulatory networks with multiple timescales
Guest Talk at BCS
Date: March 20th 2015, 11:00 a.m.
Speaker: Prof. Constantin Rothkopf
Title: Computational approaches to perception and action in naturalistic tasks
Location: Rundeturmstr. 12, 1. floor, S3|19, room 1.5
Was steckt dahinter?
Interdisziplinäre Vorlesung über Forschung an der TU Darmstadt
Supercomputer, Nacktscanner und Blütendüfte: Die Vorlesung „Was steckt dahinter?“ verspricht auch im Sommersemester 2015 wieder einen spannenden Überblick über das Forschungsspektrum der TU Darmstadt. Mit dabei sind in diesem Semester auch Professor Heinz Koeppl, Professor Sascha Preu sowie Professor Volker Hinrichsen aus dem Fachbereich etit.
Dagstuhl-Seminar in 2015
In September 2015 BCS will organise a Dagstuhl-Seminar on “Self-assembly and self-organization in computer science and biology” at Schloss Dagstuhl.
Date of the seminar: Monday, September 28 to Friday October 2, 2015.
Interdisziplinar courses by KIVA guest professor Yuri Maistrenko
IBM awards researcher at etit
Professor Koeppl receives IBM Faculty Award
Professor Dr. Heinz Koeppl, leader of the Bioinspired Communication Systems Lab at etit, is awarded with the famous IBM Faculty Award. The price carries a value of 20,000 Dollars. IBM supports with this price excellent scientific research world wide.