We are co-organizing the RECOMB Satellite Conference on Computational Proteomics in San Diego in March 2010.
Starting October 2015 I will set up a new group at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology. I am looking for postdocs and PhD students.
Visualization of proteomics data
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Sandra Gesing on passing her PhD exam and wish her all the best for the future.
Our recent paper 'Charting a dynamic DNA methylation landscape of the human genome' made it onto today's cover of Nature.
As part of the restructuring of the new Faculty of Science the name of our group changed from 'Simulation of biological Systems' to 'Applied Bioinformatics'.
The university magazine Attempto! reports on our activities.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Nora C. Toussaint on passing her PhD exam and wish her all the best for the future.
We are happy to congratulate Dr. Erhan Kenar on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for his future.
Our group website has been adapted to the new corporate identity of our university.
OpenMS/TOPP 1.8, the latest stable version of OpenMS/TOPP, has been released.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Sebastian Briesemeister on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for the future.
You can find updated offers for BSc and MSc theses in our lab in the 'Offers' section of our website. First come, first serve!
The 3rd OpenMS user meeting will take place March 1st-3rd in Dortmund.
We are happy to announce BALL 1.3.1, a bugfix release together with a first alpha version of BALLView 2.0. BALLView 2.0 features real-time ray tracing for molecular visualization for the first time.
The PRIME-XS consortium provides an infrastructure of state-of-the-art proteomics technology to the biological and biomedical research community in Europe.
Analyzing the protein residues sticking to bullets can reveal what organs were crossed by a projectile - a case for forensic proteomics.
OpenMol, a project of Helmut Prendinger's group in Tokyo, builds on BALLView to bring molecular structures to virtual worlds.
The article is part of the SSI series 'A day in the software life,' in which researchers from all disciplines discuss the tools that make their research possible. In this case, it is about OpenMS...
We are participating in a new international Max Planck research school (IMPRS) 'From Molecules to Organisms. Application is still possible.
We will coordinate one of the eight centers of excellence in Bioinformatics Infrastructures within the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure (de.NBI). Tübingen, together with University of Konstanz and Freie Universität Berlin, form the Center for Integrative Bioinformatics (CIBi). Within this center we will develop and maintain tools for the analysis of biological high-throughput data and for scientific workflows.
Date and Time: Oct 15th from 9.30 to 16.30
We are happy to announce the latest release of OpenMS and TOPP, our software framework for computational mass spectrometry.
Our new Nature Methods perspective introduces version 2.0 of the OpenMS framework for mass spectrometry data analysis.
It is that time of the year - asparagus time. Notargeted metabolomics permits a more detailed analysis of food than classical methods.
The annual OpenMS User Meeting will take place in Berlin this year.
University and University Hospital Tübingen yesterday founded a center for personalized medicine. The center aims at providing patient-individualized treatment based on new diagnostic methods. Oliver Kohlbacher acts as a deputy speaker of the center.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Marc Röttig on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for the future.
Plants are stakeholders in a subtle and complex chemical warfare to secure optimal growth conditions. Although it has been known for decades that plants produce and release chemical substances to fight their neighbors, it has remained unclear how exactly these compounds act on other plants. A team of German and French scientists has been able to show that one particular class of plant toxins slows down the development of competing plants by specifically acting on the structure of their genome.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Marcel Schumann on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for the future.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Magdalena Feldhahn on passing her PhD exam and wish her all the best for the future.
We congratulate Dr. Nina Fischer on passing her PhD exam about the the topic "Modeling Flexibility in Protein-DNA and Protein-Ligand Complexes using Molecular Dynamics" and wish her all the best for the future.
The current issue of nature contains a number of papers - including one of our lab - mapping out the human epigenome.
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Marc Sturm on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for the future.
Interview with Oliver Kohlbacher on Bioinformatics in Tübingen
We have updated the our webpages with details of the courses we teach in summer 2011.
We are pleased to announce the release 1.3 of our molecular modeling and visualization packages BALL and BALLView. Release 1.3 marks a considerable milestone for BALL and BALLView due to numerous changes to the visualization architecture and cross platform support.
We have several new openings for PhD students and postdocs....
We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Sven Nahnsen on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for his future.
We are offering a one-day short course on computational proteomics using OpenMS/TOPP at the DGMS annual meeting in Dortmund this year.
We are happy to announce the latest release of BALL and BALLView. The release adds some new functionality in library and visualization,
Our new Nature Methods paper looks into the majority of mass spectra that still remain unidentified in proteomics experiments and gives hints at what is consistently not identified.
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