News and Events

Date Event Location Information
27.-29.03.2017 SPP 1617 Progress report meeting 2017 Schloss Hohenkammer Registration and abstract submission
19.-21.04.2016 SPP 1617 Progress report meeting 2016 Düsseldorf City Hostel, Heinrich-Heine-Saal Further Information
27.-29.07.2015 CAS Conference on Synthetic Biology II Biocenter LMU Conference Page
11.-12.03.2015 SPP1617 Survey Meeting Haus der bayerischen Landwirtschaft, Herrsching am Ammersee Programme
16.-17.02.2015 Workshop: Nonlinear and stochastic dynamics of bacterial regulatory circuits Munich -
10.-12.11.2014 Workshop: Single cell and single molecule analysis Marburg -
15.-17.10.2014 SPP 1617 Progress report meeting 2014 / International Conference: Phenotypic heterogeneity and sociobiology of bacterial populations Kloster Irsee Further Information
15.-19.06.2014 Summer School: Mechanisms, Strategies, and Evolution of Microbial Systems Heraeus Seminar Physics Center, Bad Honnef Flyer
27.-29.11.2013 SPP 1617 Progress report meeting 2013 Kloster Banz Further Information
10.10.2013 Nikon Workshop Jülich Further Information
21.02.2013 Dechema workshop on Microfluidics for Systems Biology and Bioprocess Development DECHEMA-Haus, Frankfurt am Main Further Information
16. - 18.12.2012 Kick-Off Meeting SPP 1617 Kolpinghaus München Programme
23. - 25.07.2012 CAS Conference on Synthetic Biology Biocenter LMU Conference Page
06/2012 Start of funding DFG Link
22. - 23.02.2012 Review Meeting of the Priority Program SPP 1617 "Phenotypic Heterogeneity and Sociobiology of Bacterial Populations" Haus der bayerischen Landwirtschaft, Herrsching am Ammersee Programme
01.06.2011 Call for proposal: Priority Programme "Phenotypic Heterogeneity and Sociobiology of Bacterial Populations" (SPP 1617) DFG Call for proposal
08. - 09.07.2010 Internationales Symposium zur synthetischen Biologie: Phänotypische Heterogenität bakterieller Gemeinschaften Center for Advances Studies (CAS ) Conference Page
11.12.2009 DFG Rundgespräch: Phänotypische Heterogenität prokaryotischer Populationen - soziomikrobiologische Aspekte von evolutionärer und medizinisch/biotechnologischer Relevanz Biocenter LMU Programme