Lecture and Exercise Protein Prediction I for Computer Scientists SS16

Type:

Lecture (4 SWS) + Exercise (2 SWS)

Ects:

8.0

Lecturer

Burkhard Rost  (lecture)
tba (exercise)

Lecture:

Tuesday, 9:30 - 11:30am

  • Room: MW 1801, Ernst-Schmidt-Hörsaal (engineering building)

Thursday, 10:00 - 11:30am

  • Room: MW 1801, Ernst-Schmidt-Hörsaal (engineering building)

Exercise:

Thursday, 12:30 - 14:00 pm

  • Rooms: MI 00.04.011 (Höraal 2) and MI 00.06.011 (Hörsaal 3)

Exam:

Exam Review is possible on Wed, Oct 5th, 10-11 and Thur, Oct 6th, 13-15, FMI 01.09.034

Makeup exam: changed to Oct  18th, time not really fixed yet

  • Room: tba. If the number of students is low the exam will be oral.

July 26th, MW2001, 13:00-14:30 o'clock (slides are outdated)

Review for Protein Prediction I Regular Exam is on tba

Language:

English

Announcements:

 

  • Exam Review is possible on Wed, Oct 5th, 10-11 and Thur, Oct 6th, 13-15
  • Grades will show up in TUMonline on Sep 14th. Registration for the make-up will be adjusted
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THE LECTURE IS OVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! UNFORTUNATELY THE SLIDES THAT MENTION TWO WRAP-UP SESSIONS AFTER JUNE 28 ARE WRONG!!!!! WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE
  • No lecture on Tuesday, May 31th!
  • For the lecture as well as later for the exam, please register for the course via TUMonline for "Protein Prediction I for Beginners". The course might be renamed soon to "Protein Prediction I for Computer Scientists"
  • Please be aware that some details are currently modfied. Please come back regularly

Slides:

Apr. 19th Intro

Apr. 21st Intro Structurevideo

Apr. 26th Alignments1video

Apr 28th Alignments2 Alignments3video

May 3rd Alignments3video

May 12th Comparative Modeling Experimental Structure Determinationvideo

May 24th Proportionsvideo

Jun 2nd Secondary Structurevideo

Jun 7th Secondary Structure Prediction 2 – video

Jun 9th TMSEGvideo

Jun 14th Membrane Structure Prediction – video

Jun 16th Membrane Proteinsvideo

Exercise:

The Wiki with the questions and the supporting material for the exercise is here

The link to the topic poll for the bonus talk is here
Terms and Conditions: Please make youself identifyable, i.e. if your name is John may you add a second initial or something similar. Try to be fair and cast your vote responsibly. Apply only to the topic you really want to present. I will take notes in the class, so no way to cheat. Be ambitious with your talk! The time of the talk might be adopted depending on the number of presenters but after the presentation all presenter have the opportunity (no real choice, actually) to panel for discussion with the supervisor and their classmates. Presenters are encouraged to coordinate with each other about the content the cover. 

Good luck!