5th International Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School   |   Certosa di Pontignano - Siena - Tuscany - Italy   |  July 25-29, 2018

Best Presentation Award

  • SSBSS 2018:
    • Predicting gene expression levels from transcription factor binding events through machine learning
      Christoph Börlin, David Bergenholm, Petter Holland and Jens Nielsen
      Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
    • Multi-scale dynamical modelling of early T-cell precursors commitment
      Victor Olariu Annell1, Mary Yui2, Pawel Krupinski1, Wen Zhou2, Ellen Rothenberg2, Carsten Peterson1
      1 Computational Biology and Biological Physics, Lund University, Sweden
      2 Division of Biology and Biological Engineering, Caltech, USA
    • How to Improve Mycoplasma Growth: Study of Mycoplasma pneumoniae Metabolism through Genome-Scale Modeling
      Erika Gaspari
      Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands
  • SSBSS 2017:
    • Yarrowia lipolytica as a synthetic biology chassis for the production of fuels and chemicals
      Rodrigo Ledesma-Amaro, Jean-Marc Nicaud
      INRA, France
    • Towards living devices – electrode engineering for photo-bioelectric interfaces with biofilms
      Tobias Wenzel, Paolo Bombelli, Daniel Haertter, Christopher Howe, Ullrich Steiner
      University of Cambridge, UK
    • Single-cell analysis reveals the dynamic behaviour of Salmonella-macrophage interactions
      Marta Andres-Terre, Keara Lane, Takamasa Kudo, Markus Covert, Denise Monack
      Stanford University, USA
    • Engineering of Yeast Cell Factories for Production of Adipic Acid from Municipal Solid Waste
      Ksenia Chekina, Vratislav Stovicek, Irina Borodina
      The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    • Sequential Bottom-up Assembly of Functional Cell-Like Compartments using Microfluidics
      Marian Weiss, Johannes Patrick Frohnmayer, Lucia Theresa Benk, Barbara Haller, Jan-Willi Janiesch, Ilia Platzman, Joachim P. Spatz
      Max-Planck Institute of Medical Research, Germany
  • SSBSS 2015:
    • Self-construction of the Macaque Cortex
      Gabriela Michel
      Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
    • A multi-method approach in the development of a novel XNA-ligase
      Michiel Vanmeert
      University of Leuven, Belgium
    • A Synthetic Biology Approach for Screening RBP Binding Sites
      Noa Katz
      Technion, Israel
  • SSBSS 2014:
    Genotypic Diversity of a Pathogen Across Spatial Locations in the Human Lung
    Hattie Chung1, Tami Lieberman1, Sara Vargas2, Kelly Flett2, Alexander McAdam2, Gregory Priebe2 and Roy Kishony3
    1 Harvard University, USA
    2 Children’s Hospital Boston, USA
    3 Harvard Medical School, USA