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Invited Talks

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These talks are given by invited speakers at LIPhy. The intended audience is the whole LIPhy. A large general introduction intended for non-specialist is usually provided.

Typical talk duration is around one hour and includes about 15 mn of questions. The talks are scheduled usually every Monday at 2PM. The place is at the conference room, second floor.

Access to the lab can be obtained by calling Nadine D’Andréa or Chantal Reignier through the intercom at the main entrance.


  • Thursday 14 October 11:00-12:30 - Amaury Lambert - Collège de France / Sorbonne Université

    Models for coevolving genomes and species

    Résumé : Due to recombination and to hybridization between species, the genealogies of genes, even sampled from distantly related species, are usually different at different genes, and (so) distinct from the species tree. Starting from the standard paradigm of the multispecies coalescent, we introduce new models coupling gene trees and species tree, display their main properties and set goals for future research in this direction.
    Contact: François Munoz

  • Monday 15 November 14:00-15:30 - Yusuke Suenaga

    Séminaire LIPhy

    Résumé : Contact: Judith Peters

  • Monday 29 November 14:00-15:30 - Florent Gimbert - IGE Grenoble

    Séminaire LIPhy

    Résumé : Contact: Romain Mari

    Notes de dernières minutes :

  • Monday 6 December 14:00-15:30 - Sylvain Patinet - PMMH, ESPCI

    Séminaire LIPhy

    Résumé : contact: Romain Mari

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