Meetings

The Priority Programme organises a variety of meetings. The list is sorted by date, i.e., it begins with the latest event. People from outside the Programme who are interested in participating are welcome to contact the organiser of the particular event, or the coordinator of SPP 1590.

Future Meetings

Date Title Location Brief information Organisers
17.06.2018
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22.06.2018
SPP summer school Reisensburg Castle Guenzburg/Donau (DE) Ellen Baake
Anton Wakolbinger
19.03.2018
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21.03.2018
Genealogies, lines of descent and duality in population models Erlangen (DE) Workshop Andreas Greven
Andrej Depperschmidt
03.11.2017
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04.11.2017
Ancestral lines in populations under selection Frankfurt (DE) Workshop Ellen Baake
Anton Wakolbinger
04.10.2017
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06.10.2017
SPP colloquium University of Freiburg (DE) Mandatory for all groups Peter Pfaffelhuber
Rolf Backofen
27.09.2017 Unleashing the power of full genome polymorphism data for inference: new developments of the Ancestral Recombination Graph MPI for Evolutionary Biology Ploen (DE) Workshop Julien Dutheil
Aurélien Tellier
06.09.2017
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08.09.2017
Spatial models in population genetics University of Bath (UK) Workshop Jochen Blath
Marcel Ortgiese
Matthias Hammer

Past Meetings

Date Title Location Brief information Organisers
29.03.2017
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31.03.2017
Multi-scale features of selection in population genetics Eurandom, Eindhoven (NL) Thematic meeting Frank den Hollander
24.11.2016
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25.11.2016
Probabilistic models in evolutionary biology Göttingen (DE) Workshop Anja Sturm
Anita Winter
11.11.2016
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12.11.2016
Probabilistic structures in deterministic population genetics Vienna University (A) Thematic meeting Ellen Baake
Michael Baake
Reinhard Bürger
28.09.2016
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30.09.2016
SPP colloquium Universität Köln (DE) Mandatory for all groups Thomas Wiehe
Joachim Krug
23.05.2016 Dual processes in mutation-selection systems Universität Erlangen (DE) Miniworkshop Ellen Baake
Anton Wakolbinger
Andreas Greven
05.10.2015
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06.10.2015
Genealogies in evolution: Looking backward and forward Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (DE) Workshop Götz Kersting
Ellen Baake
03.09.2015
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04.09.2015
Review colloquium ZIF, Bielefeld (DE) Mandatory for all applicants Ellen Baake
06.11.2014
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07.11.2014
Duality of Markov processes and applications to spatial population models TU Berlin (DE) Workshop Noemi Kurt
Matthias Hammer
22.09.2014
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24.09.2014
SPP colloquium Universität Erlangen (DE) Mandatory for all groups Andreas Greven
25.08.2014
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29.08.2014
Population Dynamics And Statistical Physics In Synergy Eurandom Eindhoven (NL) Thematic meeting Andreas Greven
Frank den Hollander
Cristian Giardiná
13.07.2014
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18.07.2014
SPP summer school Heinrich-Fabri-Institute Blaubeuren (DE) Ellen Baake
Anton Wakolbinger
26.06.2014
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27.06.2014
Genealogies of population models with competition Universität Duisburg-Essen (DE) Miniworkshop Anja Sturm
Anita Winter
28.05.2014 Recombination in population genetics Universität Bielefeld (DE) Miniworkshop Mareike Esser
Sebastian Probst
27.02.2014
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28.02.2014
From interacting particle systems to population genetics Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE) Workshop Achim Klenke
Peter Pfaffelhuber
Anita Winter
28.11.2013
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29.11.2013
Multiple merger coalescents in population genetics Universität Mainz (DE) Miniworkshop Matthias Birkner
Jochen Blath
01.11.2013
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02.11.2013
Mind the gap - Joining theoretical and empirical population genetics Universität Wien (AT) Thematic meeting Joachim Hermisson
Christian Schlötterer
Thomas Wiehe
30.09.2013
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02.10.2013
SPP colloquium Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn (DE) Mandatory for all groups Anton Bovier
Ellen Baake
Anton Wakolbinger
25.03.2013
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26.03.2013
Population genetic models including selection Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (DE) Miniworkshop Anton Wakolbinger
Peter Pfaffelhuber
19.09.2012
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21.09.2012
Opening meeting pse12 TU Berlin, Institut für Mathematik (DE) Jochen Blath
Peter Pfaffelhuber
19.04.2012
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20.04.2012
Review colloquium ZIF, Bielefeld (DE) Mandatory for all applicants Ellen Baake

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