Le Hameau de l'étoile
Hameau de l'étoile
June 12-16, 2016
Salle de la grande bergerie - Hameau de l'étoile
Download the pre-program in PDF here : Program (PDF) (987 Ko)
Sunday, June 12
17:00 Bus from Montpellier(Bus station, Parking du grand Saint-Jean, close to the train station and served by the tram - see map) to Hameau de l'Etoile
19:30 Apéritif
20:30 Dinner
Monday, June 13
09:15 Opening
9:30 - 10h45
L. KUBATKO - Coalescent-based Species-level Phylogenetic Inference Using Site Pattern Frequencies
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 - 12:45
4x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
A. FUTSCHIK - On the inadmissibility of common population genetic estimates and their improvement by using shrinkage=> talk (PDF - 0,95 Mo)
A. LEDDA - A formal model of clonal expansion in bacterial population genetics=> talk (PDF - 0,78 Mo)
D. DOERR - Principled synteny analysis=> talk (PDF - 1,29 Mo)
N. GALTIER - Incomplete lineage sorting in mammalian phylogenomics=> talk (PDF - 0,33 Mo)
12:45 Lunch & Swimmingpool
14:15 - 15:15
3x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
O. CHERNOMOR - Phylogenomics: Efficient analysis by accounting for phylogenetic terraces=> talk (PDF - 3,37 Mo)
S. LION - Parasite evolution in heterogeneous and spatially structured host populations=> talk (PDF - 1,75 Mo)
C. WYMANT - Phylogenetics Between and Within: Seeing Transmissions and Dual Infections in HIV Deep Sequence Data=> talk (PDF - 10,67 Mo)
15:15 - 15:30 break
15:30 - 16:45
J. JENSEN - Progress, prospects, and practical suggestions for jointly inferring selection and demography: an application to human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)=> keynote (PDF - 21,45 Mo)
16:45 Coffee break and free time
19:15 - 20:30
Wine and posters (1 to 13)
20:30 Dinner
Tuesday, June 14
9:30 - 10h45
B. RANNALA - Species delimitation=> keynote (PDF - 3,45 Mo)
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 - 12:45
4x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
I. FRAGATA - Predictability of long-term, but not short-term phenotypic evolution of Drosophila=> talk (PDF - 13,80 Mo)
B. LINARD - Metagenome skimming of species-rich lineages: an alternative to eDNA barcoding
A. GONZALEZ CASANOVA - Modeling the Lenski experiment=> talk (PDF - 3,08 Mo)
S. GUINDON - Demographic inference under the coalescent in a spatial continuum=> talk (PDF - 1,83 Mo)
12:45 Lunch & Swimmingpool
14:00 - 20:30 Free afternoon (hiking, canoe, etc.)
20:30 Dinner
Wednesday, June 15
9:30 - 10h45
A. LAMBERT - Random tree shapes and the future loss of phylogenetic diversity=> keynote (PDF - 6,15 Mo)
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 - 12:45
4x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
V. BOSKOVA - Phylogenetic reconstruction of viral quasispecies dynamics
L. FERRETTI - Partial selective sweeps and genetic signatures of ongoing adaptation=> talk (PDF - 4,75 Mo)
G. MARTIN - Predicting adaptive fitness trajectories in experimental evolution from deleterious mutation data=> talk (PDF - 1,01 Mo)
C. WU - Co-estimation of migration patterns and demographic history in structured populations using a structured coalescent approach=> talk (PDF - 3,55 Mo)
12:45 Lunch & Swimmingpool
14:15 - 15:15
3x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
C. BEERAVOLU REDDY - Approximate likelihood inference of arbitrary population histories and recombination from multiple incomplete or whole genome sequences
O. MALIET - The effects of phylogenetic tree shape and non random extinctions on the expected loss of phylogenetic diversity=> talk (PDF - 1,36 Mo)
N. DE MAIO - SCOTTI: Efficient Reconstruction of Transmission within Outbreaks with the Structured Coalescent=> talk (PDF - 1,79 Mo)
15:15 - 15:30 break
15:30 - 16:45
R. NEHER - Rapid adaptation and the predictability of evolution
16:45 Coffee break and free time
19:15 - 20:30
Wine and posters (14 to 25)
20:30 Dinner
Thursday, June 16
9:30 - 10h45
I. SANMARTÍN BASTIDA - Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo models and their application in biogeography
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 - 12:15
3x 20 min TALKS (including questions)
M. CASANELLAS - Linear invariants and the space of phylogenetic mixtures for Felsenstein'81 and other models=> talk (PDF - 1,03 Mo)
C. BANK - On the (un-)predictability of a large intragenic fitness landscape=> talk (PDF - 5,14 Mo)
G. ACHAZ - Deeper into the duality between coalescent and drift=> talk (PDF - 0,57 Mo)
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Back to Montpellier (train station ~15:30, airport ~16:00)
Proposed Posters
> Poster 1 : Evolutionary Rescue In large asexual Populations
Anciaux Yoann (Institut Des Sciences De L'Evolution De Montpellier, FR)
> Poster 2 : KimTree: dealing with ascertainment bias and selection
Clemente Florian (University Of Montpellier, FR) => poster (PDF - 1,14 Mo)
> Poster 3 : Eco-evolutionary dynamics of life-history traits of fungal plant pathogens: an analysis of evolutionarily stable phenotype(s).
Djidjou-Demasse Ramses (INRA-Bordeaux & Mathematics Institute Of Bordeaux (IMB), FR) => poster (PDF - 1,11 Mo)
> Poster 4 : Reconstruction of phylogenetic trees with Erik+2
Fernández Sánchez Jesús (Universitat Politècnica De Catalunya, ES)
> Poster 5 : Detecting and measuring polygenic selection in gene networks
Gouy Alexandre (Institute Of Ecology And Evolution - University Of Berne, CH)
> Poster 6 : A hierarchical bayesian model for measuring the extent of local adaptation from haplotype data.
Hivert Valentin (INRA CBGP, FR) => poster (PDF - 1,88 Mo)
> Poster 7 : Improving the inference of viral population histories by accounting for multiple merger events and background selection
Irwin Kristen (EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne), CH)
> Poster 8 : A multi-grained MPI/OpenMP parallelization of the maximum-likelihood phylogenetic inference with the non-homogeneous model
Ishikawa Sohta (University Of Tokyo, JP)
> Poster 9 : Evolution of gene repertoire in yeast genomes : the emergence of novel genes
Lafontaine Ingrid (Laboratoire De Biologie Computationnelle Et Quantitative, Institut De Biologie Paris Seine, UPMC Paris, France, FR)
> Poster 10 : Statistical methods for the functionnal characterisation of selection signatures
Lapeyronnie Jason (INRA, FR)
> Poster 11 : New Generation Phylogeny.fr: Refactoring Phylogeny.fr for innovative phylogenetic services
Lefort Vincent (LIRMM - CNRS, FR) => poster (PDF - 0,59 Mo)
> Poster 12 : Characterizing Functional Sequence Motifs in Vertebrates DNA Replication Origins.
Massip Florian (Laboratoire De Biométrie Et De Biologie Evolutive, FR)
> Poster 13 : Favipiravir to the (evolutionary) rescue: First evidence of resistance evolution against drug-induced lethal mutagenesis in influenza A virus.
Matuszewski Sebastian (EPFL Lausanne, CH) => poster (PDF - 15,42 Mo)
> Poster 14 : Detecting past contraction in population size using haplotype homozygosity
MERLE Coralie (Institut Montpelliérain Alexander Grothendieck (IMAG), Université De Montpellier, France, FR) => poster (PDF - 3,72 Mo)
> Poster 15 : Complex models of sequence evolution require accurate estimators as exemplified with the invariable site plus Gamma model
Minh Bui Quang (Center For Integrative Bioinformatics Vienna, AT) => poster (PDF - 0,27 Mo)
> Poster 16 : Inference under a non-exchangeable model of diversification
MIRO PINA Veronica (Université Pierre Et Marie Curie, FR)
> Poster 17 : Forecasting tumour progression
Noble Robert (Institut Des Sciences De L'Evolution, University Of Montpellier, FR)
> Poster 18 : Genomic and functional basis of adaptive change: The selective history of camouflaged deer mouse populations
Pfeifer Susanne (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (EPFL), CH)
> Poster 19 : Sharp approximate Bayesian computation with random forest
Pudlo Pierre (Aix-Marseille University / CNRS / IBC, FR)
> Poster 20 : French Polynesian Dengue epidemics : The coupling of phylogeny and mathematical models.
Salthouse David (IBENS CNRS, FR)
> Poster 21 : Representing orthology relations beyond trees
Scholz Guillaume (Unversity Of East Anglia, GB)
> Poster 22 : Modelling multiple infections: from within-host interactions to parasite evolution
Sofonea Mircea T (Université De Montpellier, FR)
> Poster 23 : An algorithm for reconstructing ultrametric tree-child networks from intertaxa distances
Tokac Nihan (Durham University, GB)
> Poster 24 : Evolutionary rescue in spatially structured populations
Tomasini Matteo (University Of Bern, CH)
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