Activities

Seminar: Computational Methods for Detecting Structural Variants in the Next Generation Sequencing Data and Its Applications” Dr. Emre Karakoç (Medipol University), EA-409, 1:40PM December 14 (EN)

S E M I N A R: “Computational Methods for Detecting Structural Variants in the Next Generation Sequencing data and its applications” by Asst. Prof. Dr. Emre Karakoç Medipol University Despite the ease at which genome sequence data can be generated, most studies and standard computational pipelines to date, focus […]

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Seminar: “Cognitive Aging and its Relationship to Neuronal Structure and Function,” Dr. Michelle Adams, A-130, 12:40PM December 15 (EN)

“Cognitive Aging and its Relationship to Neuronal Structure and Function” By Michelle Adams (Bilkent, NSC/Psychology) Organized by the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Group at Bilkent University. Date: Friday, 15th December, 2017 Time: 1240 – 1330 Place: A-130 Abstract: Normal aging is accompanied by a range of biological changes that […]

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Seminar: “CEO Incentives and Bank Risk over the Business Cycle,” Dr. Tanseli Savaşer, Ümit Berkman Seminar Room, 1:40PM December 15 (EN)

“CEO Incentives and Bank Risk over the Business Cycle” by Tanseli Savaşer Assistant Professor of Finance Faculty of Business Administration Date: 15 December, 2017 Friday Time: 13:40-14:40 Place: Faculty of Business Administration, Umit Berkman Seminar Room Abstract: Due to government guarantees provided to financial firms, bank shareholders have a natural […]

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Seminar: “Are the Labels Informative Enough? – Semi–Supervised Probabilistic Distance Clustering and the Uncertainty of Classification,” Dr. Cem İyigün (METU), EA-409, 1:40PM December 15 (EN)

Are the labels informative enough? – Semi–Supervised Probabilistic Distance Clustering and the Uncertainty of Classification Doç. Dr. Cem İyigün Industrial Engineering, METU Dec 15, Friday 13:40 EA-409 Abstract In this study we first discuss unsupervised and semi-supervised clustering and then focus on the latter one. Semi–supervised clustering is an attempt […]

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Nanocolloquium: “Design of Molecular Origami Nanostructures and Folding Pathways,” Prof. Roman Jerala (National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia), UNAM Conference Hall, 3:40PM December 15 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to UNAM Nanocolloquium seminars focusing on advancements in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The seminars bring us the most recent developments in these exciting fields. The last talk of this fall term will be presented by Prof. Roman Jerala* Title: Design […]

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