Evolutionary forces and genealogical trees
2018 November 22nd - 23rd at University Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Organized by Martin Hutzenthaler and Anita Winter (University Duisburg-Essen)
This workshop is part of the SPP Priority Programme 1590 Probabilistic structures in evolution, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together young and established researchers to discuss stochastic models of evolutionary forces such selection, recombination, fluctuating selection, host-parasite coevolution or competition. Of particular interest is the effect of these forces on typical tree distances.
Vincent Bansaye (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris)
Jean-François Delmas (CERMICS, Paris)
Susanne Foitzik (University of Mainz)
Start: Thursday, 22.11.2018 at 9:00 h.
End: Friday, 23.11.2018 at 16:00 h.
A detailed schedule will follow in due time.
Venue and Travel:
The workshop takes place in Room WSC-S-U-3.02 on the 3rd floor of the Department of Mathematics building in Essen.
Address: Thea-Leymann-Str. 9, 45127 Essen.
See here for information how to get there.
From within Germany, Essen can easily be reached by train.
The closest international airport is Düsseldorf (DUS) (about 20 min by direct train connection).
For participants we recommend the following hotels, which all are including breakfast.
- Motel One, a central hotel within walking distance of 1 km to the department.
- Holiday In Express is situated directly across to the Department of Mathematics building, where the Workshop takes place.
- Rheinischer Hof is located in Essen - Rüttenscheidt, a favourite cultural district in Essen which has good traffic connection to the department (6 min by Metro U11). Booking includes a ticket for public traffic within Ruhrgebiet, even the travel by regional trains from airport Düsseldorf to Essen.
Participation in the workshop is free of charge. A badge will be printed for everyone who registers at LINK before November 15th.
Local organization and Contact: