Conference Talks and Posters

Talks

  1. M. A. Alekseyev. “Scaffold Assembly Based on the Analysis of Gene Orders and Genomic Repeats”. Keynote. The 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference (ROCKY), December 10–12, 2015, Aspen/Snowmass, CO.
  2. N. Alexeev and M. A. Alekseyev. “Estimation of the True Evolutionary Distance under the Fragile Breakage Model”. The 5th IEEE International Conference on Computational Advances in Bio and Medical Sciences (ICCABS), October 15–17, 2015, Miami, FL.
  3. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Scaffold Assembly Based on the Analysis of Gene Orders and Genomic Repeats”. The 5th Workshop on Computational Advances for Next Generation Sequencing (CANGS), October 15–17, 2015, Miami, FL.
  4. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev.Scaffold assembly based on genome rearrangement analysis”. Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB), July 1619, 2015, Moscow, Russia.
  5. N. Alexeev, A. Pologova, and M. A. Alekseyev. “Generalized Hultman Numbers and the Distribution of Multi-break Distances”, The 11th International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA), June 7–10, 2015, Norfolk, VA.
  6. S. Jiang, P. Avdeyev, and M. A. Alekseyev. “Reconstruction of ancestral genomes in presence of gene loss”. CSHL Genome Informatics Meeting, October 30—November 2, 2013, Spring Harbor, NY.
  7. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Simultaneous Solution to Synteny Blocks Construction and Genome Rearrangements Problems”. Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB), July 2528, 2013, Moscow, Russia.
  8. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Simultaneous Solution to Synteny Blocks Construction and Genome Rearrangements Problems”. Institute of Bioinformatics State-of-the-Art Next Generation Sequence Symposium, University of Georgia, 2013, Athens, GA.
  9. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “High-resolution synteny blocks may reveal unclear rearrangement history”. The 35th Annual Meeting of Southeast-Atlantic Section of the Society for the Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM-SEAS), March 26–27, 2011, Charlotte, NC. (Best Student Presentation Award)
  10. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Weighted genomic distance can hardly impose a bound on the proportion of transpositions”. The 8th Annual RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics (RECOMB-CG), 2010, Ottawa, Canada.

Posters / Abstracts

  1. N. Alexeev, R. Aidagulov, and M. A. Alekseyev. “A Computational Method for the Rate Estimation of Evolutionary Transpositions”, The 11th International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA), June 7–10, 2015, Norfolk, VA.
  2. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Scaffold assembly based on genome rearrangement analysis”. Genome 10K Conference, March 1–5, 2015, Santa Cruz, CA.
  3. N. Alexeev, R. Aidagulov, and M. A. Alekseyev. “How to Estimate the Rate of Evolutionary Transpositions?”, The 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference (ROCKY), December 10–12, 2015, Aspen/Snowmass, CO.
  4. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Shortest DCJ Scenarios and Implicit Transpositions”. The 14th Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics (WABI), September 8–10, 2014, Wroclaw, Poland.
  5. S. Jiang, P. Avdeyev, and M. A. Alekseyev. “Reconstruction of ancestral genomes in presence of gene gain and loss”. The 15th Annual Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC), July 1112, 2014, Boston, MA.
  6. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Scaffold assembly based on genome rearrangement analysis”. NSF/CBMS Conference Mathematical Phylogeny, June 28—July 2, 2014, Rock Hill, SC.
  7. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Linearization of the Median Genome under DCJ”. NSF/CBMS Conference Mathematical Phylogeny, June 28—July 2, 2014, Rock Hill, SC.
  8. S. Jiang, P. Avdeyev, F. Hu, and M. A. Alekseyev. “Reconstruction of ancestral genomes in presence of gene gain and loss”. Advancing Computational Biology Symposium, Howard University, March 26, 2014, Washington, DC. (1st Place Best Poster Award)
  9. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Varying-resolution synteny block construction for large-scale phylogenomics”. Advancing Computational Biology Symposium, Howard University, March 26, 2014, Washington, DC.
  10. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Varying-resolution synteny block construction for large-scale phylogenomics”. The 9th International Conference on Genome Biology and Bioinformatics, November 79, 2013, Atlanta, GA.
  11. S. Jiang, P. Avdeyev, and M. A. Alekseyev. “Reconstruction of ancestral genomes in presence of gene loss”. The 9th International Conference on Genome Biology and Bioinformatics, November 79, 2013, Atlanta, GA.
  12. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev. “Varying-resolution synteny block construction for large-scale phylogenomics”. CSHL Genome Informatics Meeting, October 30—November 2, 2013, Spring Harbor, NY.
  13. S. Aganezov and M. A. Alekseyev.“On pairwise distances and median score of three genomes under DCJ”. The 2nd Gamecock Computing Research Symposium, September 13, 2013, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
  14. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Towards Simultaneous Solution to Synteny Blocks Construction and Genome Rearrangements Problems”. The 2nd Gamecock Computing Research Symposium, September 13, 2013, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
  15. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Towards Simultaneous Solution to Synteny Blocks Construction and Genome Rearrangements Problems”. Models and Algorithms for Genome Evolution (MAGE) honoring David Sankoff for 50 years of research contribution, August 23–26, 2013, Bromont, QC, Canada.
  16. S. Jiang and M. A. Alekseyev. “Towards Simultaneous Solution to Synteny Blocks Construction and Genome Rearrangements Problems”. The 9th International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA), May 2022, 2013, Charlotte, NC.

 

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