SSBSS 2015

International Synthetic and Systems Biology Summer School

Biology meets Engineering and Computer Science

5 - 9 July 2015, Taormina - Sicily, Italy

SSBSS 2015 Best Poster Awards

SSBSS 2015 Posters

There will be four poster sessions at SSBSS 2015. Posters can be up to A0 size and can be horizontally or vertically oriented.

Poster Session I (Posters from 1 to 28) will be Monday, July 6th from 19:30-20:30. Presenters in Poster Session I should set up their posters Monday morning (or during the lunch) and take them down immediately after the session.

Poster Session II (Posters from 29 to 56) will be Tuesday, July 7th from 19:30-20:30. Presenters in Poster Session II should set up their posters Tuesday morning (or during the lunch) and take them down immediately after the session.

Poster Session III (Posters from 57 to 84) will be Wednesday, July 8th from 16:00-17:00. Presenters in Poster Session III should set up their posters Wednesday morning (or during the lunch) and take them down immediately after the session.

Poster Session IV (Posters from 85 to 115) will be Thursdays, July 9th from 18:30-19:30. Presenters in Poster Session III should set up their posters Thursdays morning (or during the lunch) and take them down immediately after the session.

  1. Lenny Meijer, Downstream coupling of dissipative DNA-based circuits to enzymatic actuators
  2. Karl Peebo, Measuring and optimizing the proteome of Escherichia coli
  3. Jakub Rydzewski, Computational Sensitivity Analysis of Extrinsic Apoptosis Reaction Model
  4. Hee Jin Yang, Interplay of the number of origin of replication and cell physiology
  5. Guillaume Cambray, Massive Factorial Design of Coding Sequences Reveals the Complex Phenotypic Consequences of Translation Determina
  6. Andrea Patanè, Designing Minimal Microbial Cells via Pareto Optimality
  7. Jerome Salignon, Genetics in Dynamic Environments
  8. Gabor Boross, Epistatic interactions do not constrain the evolution of gene expression
  9. Aleksandar Ivanov, The role of smallRNAs in the transgressive phenotype of hybrid plants
  10. Hui-Ju Chiang, Synthesizing Neuromorphic Computation: Connecting MAPK and Neurons of Hodgkin-Huxley Model
  11. Paula Gregorio, Multipurpose Extensions of the GRO simulator
  12. Sonya Iverson, E. coli MoClo assembly & part library: Applications in traditional biological research
  13. Pauline Traynard, A bi-directional coupled model of the cell cycle and the circadian clock
  14. Hariharan Dandapani, Engineering cyanobacteria for sustainable biofuel production
  15. Martin Gutierrez, Multipurpose Extensions of the GRO simulator
  16. Rosa Hernansaiz-Ballesteros, Analysing efficiency of biological and computational switches
  17. Marc Rullan Sabater, Robust and precise optogenetic control of gene expression with a light-switchable twocomponent system
  18. Timo Wolf, Establishment of a transcriptomic platform for the acarbose producer Actinoplanes and the characterization of transcriptional regulators
  19. Christopher Jonkergouw, Synthetic genetic circuits for programming the structure of materials
  20. Nicole Schnass, Development of a Highly Efficient Gene Delivery System for Syngas Fermenting Clostridia
  21. Tetiana Gren, Development of genetic engineering methods for Actinoplanes sp. SE50/110
  22. Koji Ishikawa, Systematic identification of dosage compensation proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  23. Melanie Däschinger, Time Series Evolution for Integrating Developmental Burglary Processes
  24. Matias Munck Mortensen, Heterologous membrane transport of plant metabolites in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  25. Eugene Fletcher, Adaptive laboratory evolution of low pH tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  26. Federico Paoletti, A New Tau Yeast Model: A Systems Biology Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease
  27. Noa Katz, A Synthetic Biology Approach for Screening RBP Binding Sites
  28. Michiel Vanmeert, A multi-method approach in the development of a novel XNA-ligase
  29. Trevor Y. H. Ho, Optimizing architecture and reporter improves dynamic range of regulation by dCas9 based transcription factors
  30. Ismael Gómez García, A computer aided approach for biological protocol description and execution
  31. Stefanie Kasielke, Parameter identification for cellular signalling networks
  32. Vishal Gupta, A computer aided approach for biological protocol description and execution
  33. Jens Christian Nielsen, Biosynthetic potential and comparative genomics of the Penicillium genus
  34. Guillermo Perez del Pulgar Frowein, Multipurpose Extensions of the GRO simulator
  35. Sarah Guiziou, An open access part toolbox to tune genetic expression in Bacillus subtilis
  36. Hilde Coumou, Synthetic yeast based cell factories for the production of plant natural colors
  37. David Orozco, A Study of the Dynamics of the tna Operon on Escherichia coli
  38. João Cardoso, A Python Library for Computer Assisted Metabolic Engineering and Optimization of Cell Factories
  39. Justin Melunis, A molecular model of Stim - Orai movement and binding and their influence on calcium dynamics in T cell receptor response
  40. Janneth Gonzalez, Computational approach for GRP78–NF-κB binding interactions in the context of neuroprotective pathway in brain injuries
  41. Stephanie Braun Galleani, Chiral amino-alcohol synthesis from biodiesel waste glycerol in Pichia pastoris
  42. Huda Al-Nayyef, Impact of Transposable Elements on the Genomic Inversions of Bacterial Species
  43. Tim Weenink, Promoters going Head-to-Head: Transcriptional Interference in Convergently Placed Promoters in S. Cerevisiae
  44. Haotian Guo,Synthetic RNA Regulator Designs for Multiple Regulation Coupling, Improved Dynamic Range and Robustness smplify the Multi-State Theory for Biomolecule Functions
  45. Tiago Rito, Gene expression changes in neuronal differentiation captured by Hi-C trees
  46. Klaus Palme, High resolution analysis of root organ and single cells reveals a crucial role of PIN8 as gatekeeper for nuclear auxin signaling
  47. Wojciech Labaj, Improved stability of gene signature based on new heuristic GO annotation algorithm
  48. Zakir Tnimov, Optimisation of genetic encoding of unnatural amino acids in mammalian cells
  49. Christian Arenas, Development of Cupriavidus necator as a chassis for the production of fatty acid derivatives from gasified biomass
  50. Balint Csorgo, Development of a highly precise, portable genome engineering method
  51. Niclas Nordholt, Characterisation of an IPTG inducible promoter library in Bacillus subtilis
  52. Matan Shanzer, Viral based design: remodeling the Hippo pathway from tumor suppression to oncogenesis
  53. Anna Papiez, P-Value Integration Biomedical Experiments
  54. Sebastian Waldher, Enzyme Engineering through forced adaptive evolution - Exemplification by a theoretical limonene network using the yeast model iND750 in a Cobra 2.0 environment
  55. Marzena Dolbniak, The exploration of single-cell protein expression data
  56. Rasoul Rajaei, Structural Controllability Analysis Biological Complex Networks
  57. Jerzy Kozyra, Programming synthetic scaffolds for DNA origami
  58. Andrea Santoro, A class of Pareto optimal Escherichia coli strains for production of 1,4-butanediol
  59. Burcu Tepekule, Molecular Communication Between Two E. Coli Chambers
  60. Linlin Zhao, Information Integration and Decision Making in Flowering Time Control
  61. Michael Lukesch, Tuning enzyme properties by residue-specific incorporation of non-canonical amino acids
  62. Adèle Dramé-Maigné, Artificial networks and droplet compartmentalization as high-throughput selection tools for directed evolution of the nicking enzyme Nt.BstNBI (NBI)
  63. Jascha Diemer, Kinetics on a single cell level in a high throughtput approach
  64. Evelyne Deery, Genetically reprograming E. coli as a cobalamin (vitamin B12) producer
  65. Stefanie Frank, Bacterial microcompartments – structure, function and applications in synthetic biology
  66. Robert Chen, Microscopy Codes: A Barcoding Strategy Enabling Higher-Throughput Library Screening by Microscopy
  67. Katharina Heil, A rule-based model of Clathrin Mediated Endocytosis: Gaining a better understanding of Parkinson's Disease
  68. Alexandra Bergman, Overproduction of Fatty Acids in Yeast Through the Use of an Optimized Heterologous Phosphoketolase Pathway
  69. Victoria Wosika, Dynamic measurement of the transcription and translation from a single DNA locus in living cells
  70. Anniek den Hamer, 14-3-3 proteins as a scaffold for small molecule controlled signaling platforms
  71. Areti Ioanna Tsigkinopoulou, Unravelling the γ-butyrolactone network in Streptomyces coelicolor under uncertainty by employing deterministic and stochastic modelling approaches
  72. Gabriela Michel, Self-construction of the Macaque Cortex
  73. Nadia Heramvand, Inferability of Complex Networks
  74. Débora Trichez, A novel synthetic pathway for the production of glycolic acid from xylose
  75. Ceren Alkim, An original synthetic pathway allows the production of ethylene glycol from xylose in Escherichia coli
  76. Janina Atanasov, Control of miRNA function by ligand-dependent RNA-based regulators
  77. Christopher Schneider, Design and implementation of RNA-regulated genetic circuits following Boolean Logic
  78. Jon Berengut, Design of rotationally symmetric DNA nanotubes
  79. Armin Khonsari, Regulatory Principles of Microbial Growth Control
  80. Cyprien Verseux, A systems and synthetic biology approach to Mars exploration
  81. Seyed Babak Loghmani, Constraint-based genome scale metabolic network reconstruction of clostridium phytofermentans
  82. Beatrice Viviane Vetter, Electrons à la Carte: Fine-Tuning of Exoelectrogenic Bacteria using Synthetic Biology
  83. Nadim Mira, A New Bimolecular Synthetic Kinase Activity Relocating Sensor to Quantify Localized Activity of MAPK
  84. Mathew Jessop Fabre, Production of 3-Hydroxypropanionic acid in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using the EasyClone MarkerFree Method
  85. Mariko Matsuura, Development and Characterization of a Nucleoside Kinase that Accepts Unnatural Nucleoside dP, a Part of an Expanded DNA
  86. Andy (Yao Zong) Ng, Synthetic Biology Tools for Metabolic Engineering
  87. Søren Petersen, Functional mining of metagenomes using synthetic selections
  88. Michael Schantz Klausen, MODEST: A Web-based Design Tool for Oligonucleotide-mediated Genome Engineering and Recombineering
  89. Kelly Walker, Tat dependent export of hGH and IfN is independent of prior disulfide bond formation
  90. Nan Hao, Road rules for traffic on DNA – Systematic analysis of gene regulation by encounters between transcribing RNA polymerases and DNA-bound proteins in vivo
  91. Muhammad Usman Sanwal, Large-scale modelling of living cells
  92. Konstantinos Vavitsas, Assembly of a diterpenoid pathway in the chloroplast; the effect of N-terminal modifications in CYP720B4
  93. Hendrik van Roekel, Design and Analysis of Programmable Enzymatic DNA-Based Circuits
  94. Suraj Sharma, Mathematical models of glucosinolate metabolism in plants
  95. Chuankui Song, Biosynthesis of acylphloroglucinols in strawberry fruit
  96. Manca Bizjak, Computational approaches for quantitative modeling of gene regulatory networks with multiple transcription factor DNA binding site repeats
  97. Daniel Veres, ComPPI: a cellular compartment-specific database for protein–protein interaction network analysis
  98. Elizabeth Saunders, Metabolic Analysis of Solventogenic Clostridium Saccharoperbutylacetonicum N1-4 (HMT)
  99. Robert Oppenheimer, Cooperative Molecular Biosensor
  100. S. Criscuolo, Optogenetic modulation of RE1 Silencing Transcription Factor (REST) via DNA and RNA strategies
  101. Amir Feizi, HCSD: Human Cancer Secretome Database
  102. Xiaoyong Pan, Anne Wenzel, Lars Juhl Jensen, Jan Gorodkin, Genome-wide Prediction of Putative Natural microRNA Sponges from microRNA binding sites
  103. Mikael Boulle, Alex Sigal, The number of virions infecting each cell determines timing and success of infection in the face of antiretroviral drugs
  104. Marzia Di Filippo, Study of Cancer Metabolic Rewiring with tissue specific constraint-based models
  105. Maria Pires Pacheco, Elisabeth John, Tony Kaoma, Merja Heinaniemi, Nathalie Nicot, Laurent Vallar, J. Bueb, Lasse Sinkkonen, Thomas Sauter, Integrated Metabolic Modelling Reveals Cell type specific control points of the Macrophage Metabolic Network
  106. Joanna Zyla, Christophe Badie, Ghazi Alsbeih, Joanna Polanska, Comprehensive multiomics analysis of radiosensitivity phenomena
  107. Krishna Kanhaiya, Vladimir Rogojin, Ion Petre, Structural controllability of cancer network
  108. I. Zamani, M. Shafiee, A. Ibeas, Endocrine Disruptor Diethylstilbestrol Modelling
  109. Federico Reali, Dynamical modelling provides mechanistic insight on the link between sphingolipid metabolism and insulin resistance
  110. E. Cortes-Sanchez, J. May, S. De Ornellas, G, Burley and P. A. Hoskisson, Approaches to antibiotic discovery: Merging Pyrrole Amides in Actinomycetes
  111. Hook Ch. D., Sycheva E., Samsonov V., Savrasova E., Eremina N., Geraskina N., Stoynova N. V., Artificial Auto-Inducible Expression System as a Tool for Metabolic Engineering
  112. Ozan Kahramanogullari, Gener: A minimal programming module for chemical controllers based on DNA strand displacement
  113. Will Finnigan, Nic Harmer, Jenny Littlechild, Radka Snajdrova, Joe Adams, Thermophiles as cell factories for biocatalysis
  114. Hari Raj Singh, Markus Hassler, Sebastien Huet, Gyula Timinszky & Andreas Ladurner, DNA damage activates the human chromatin remodeler ALC1 through ADP-ribosylation
  115. Hasan Baig and Jan Madsen, Analysis and Verification of Genetic Logic Circuits using D-VASim