The purpose of these tables is to maintain a schedule of scientific talks and discussions relevant to your program.


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Week 1
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Feb 1
11am - noon
SSR
All participants
Organizational Meeting


12:15-13:30
AUD
Thomas Höfer
"From stem cells to immunity"
Blackboard Lunch Seminar

13:45-15:00
SSR
Paul Thomas
“High rates of cross-reactivity among apparently unrelated specificities
shape antigen-specific T cell receptor repertoires"


17:00-19:00
Rotunda

Wine & cheese meet & greet


Tue, Feb 2
9:30-10:50
SSR
Dmitri Chudakov
“Barcoding in TCR and IG repertoire andcomparative post-analysis of TCR repertoires"


11:00-12:20
SSR
Christian Busse
"Towards a comprehensive view of B cell biology at single-cell resolution"


14:00-
SSR
All participants
Repertoire sequence analysis
informal discussion

18:00-20:00

All participants
Poster session







Wed, Feb 3
9:30-10:50
SSR
Deborah Dunn Walters
"B cell selection eventsaffecting Immunoglobulin repertoire"


11:00-12:20
SSR
Lauren Childs
"Modeling immunity to malaria."


14:00-
SSR
All participants
Rethinking a cell type at the behest of single-cell measurements
(CyTOF, single-cell RNAseq etc.) intro by G. Altan-Bonnet
informal discussion






Thu, Feb 4
9:30-10:50
SSR
Shai Shen-Orr
"Connect the dots.Building a Global View of Immune Processes"


11:00-12:20

Jayajit Das
“Limiting energy dissipation induces glassy kinetics in single cell high precision immune responses"


14:00-
Founders
All participants
Long-term ageing of the immune system and memory - intro by R. de Boer
informal discussion






Fri, Feb 5
9:30-10:50
AUD

Grant Lythe

"How many TCR clonotypes does a body maintain?"


11:00-12:20
AUD
Shenshen Wang
"Focusing antibody response against distraction and diversity loss"


15:00-16:00
AUD
Jonathan Desponds
Fluctuacting fitness and lymphocyte clone size distributions







Week 2
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Feb 8
9:30-10:10
SSR
Thomas Höfer
Regulation of T cell memory development in vivo inferred from single-cell data


11:00-11:40
SSR
Tom Chou
Tracking hematopoietic stem cell lineages in rhesus macaque







Tue, Feb 9
9:30-10:10
SSR
Marta Łuksza
A stability-antigenicity fitness model for influenza


11:00-11:40
SSR
Armita Nourmohammad
Within-host co-evolution of the chronic viruses and adaptive immune system







Wed, Feb 10
9:30-10:10
SSR
Paul François
  • Inverse problem approach for (immune) ligand recognition


11:00-11:40
SSR
Oleg Krichevsky
Diffusion-consumption kinetics and dynamic compartmentalization in cytokine communication


20:00
MSR
Curtis Callan
The Biological Future of Theoretical Physics
public lecture
RSVP






Thu, Feb 11
9:30-10:10
SSR
Becca Asquith
KIRs, CD8+ T cell Dynamics & Control of Chronic Virus Infection


11:00-11:40
SSR
Rob de Boer
Modeling erosion of naive T cell repertoire diversity


16:00-16:45
SSR
Alex Hoffmann
Signaling dynamics underlying immune responses.







Fri, Feb 12
9:30-10:10
AUD
Ken Duffy
T cell stimuli integration at the level of clones


11:00-11:40
AUD
Amir Erez
Antigen Regulation of T-Cell Proliferation


14:00-16:00
Founders
Frost & Matsen
Discussion of standards and repositories for immune repertoire data
informal discussion
Week 3
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Feb 15



No lecture (President's Day)

Tue, Feb 16
9:30-10:10
SSR
Thierry Mora
Diversity, selection and specificity of immune receptors


11:00-11:40
SSR
Erick Matsen
Scalable likelihood-based methods to infer lineages and estimate selection in B cell repertoires


14:00-15:00
AUD
Carmen Molina-Paris
A stochastic story of two receptors and two ligands







Wed, Feb 17
9:30-10:10
AUD
Simon Frost
Mechanistic insights into antiviral immunity


11:00-11:40
AUD
Benny Chain
Interpreting the T cell receptor repertoire


14:00-14:40
SSR
Aleksandra Walczak
Optimal immune systems







Thu, Feb 18
9:30-10:10
AUD
Grégoire Altan-Bonnet
Self/non-self discrimination: from the molecular to the functional


11:00-11:40
AUD
Anton Zilman
Cross-talk, specificity and adaptation in Interferon signaling


14:30-15:10
AUD
Alan Perelson
Post-treatment Control of HIV and the Effects of Reversing Immune Exhaustion


*Aud=Auditorium, SSR=Small Seminar Room, MSR=Main Seminar Room FR=Founders' Room
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