Online tutorial II: Exploring bacterial-phage interactions with dynamical models
Microbiomes are governed by processes that occur at multiple scales, from molecules and cells to interacting populations and changing environments. In order to better understand and predict these processes, we need mechanistic models that can integrate information from the simpler levels and generate accurate predictions at the community and systems level.

With this in mind, we are organizing online tutorials to exchange information about diverse microbiome modeling frameworks. Each tutorial will include the discussion of one framework, including relevant examples and a hands-on guided tour provided by one of their developers.

In the next tutorial, Hilje Doekes will cover the question of how to model phage dynamics. Addressing many of the important questions about the detailed ecological and evolutionary dynamics of systems with phages.

She will first give a historical and current overview of the models that are available, e.g Next, she will talk about her own work (, and finalize with a practical hands-on tutorial of the model she developed.

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Tutorial II:

Date: 17-Aug-2021

Time: 15-18:00h (CET)

15:00 - 16:20 - Seminar by Hilje Doekes

16:20 - 16:30 - Coffee break

16:30-17:45 - Guided hands-on tutorial

17:45 - 18:00 - Wrap-up session

Questions to:

Organizing team:
Akshit Goyal (MIT)
Bram Van Dijk (MPI for Evolutionary Biology)
Daniel Garza (KU Leuven)
Hilje Doekes (Wageningen University)

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