March, 1 Lunch at:

La traversee de Paris 45 rue Poliveau (view map)

March, 1 afternoon

14:00-14:40 Guillaume Achaz: Inferring interactions between evolutionary processes.

14:40-15:20 Marie Chabbert: Functional divergence in protein families: A co-variation analysis.

15:20-16:00 Alessandra Carbone: Protein coevolution and the viral world.

16:00-16:20 Coffee Break

16:20-17:00 Thomas Lenormand: The evolutionary topographist: mapping fitness landscapes.

17:00-17:40 Sebastian Matuszewki: On the (un)predictability of a large intragenic fitness landscape.

17:40-18:20 Luca Ferretti: Epistasis and structure in fitness landscapes.

March, 2 morning

9:00-9:40 Dan Weinreich: Natural selection may commonly select against mutational robustness.

9:40-10:20 Kristina Crona: New tools for detecting higher order epistasis.

10:20-10:40 Coffee Break

10:40-11:20 Thomas Bataillon: All about beneficial mutations: models and inference from population genomics data.

11:20-12:20 Olivier Tenaillon & Harry Kemble: High-Resolution Mapping of a Metabolic Fitness Landscape: Putting Metabolic Control Theory to the Test.

March, 2 Lunch at:

La traversee de Paris 45 rue Poliveau (view map)

March, 2 afternoon

14:00-14:40 Martin Weigt: Modelling the context-dependence of mutations in proteins.

14:40-15:20 Raphaël Guerois: Structural modeling and design of protein interactions using evolution.

15:20-16:00 Julien Dutheil: The impact of protein structure on intra-molecular coevolution.

16:00-16:20 Coffee Break

16:20-17:00 Denis Roze: Effects of interactions between genes on the mutation load and inbreeding depression in a fitness landscape model.

17:00-17:40 Guillaume Martin: From phenotypic networks to (various versions) of Fisher's model: what epistasis within vs. between genes may tell us about functional modularity ?.

17:40-18:20 Richard Watson: What the theory of learning tells us about the correlation between short-term and long-term adaptation.

March, 2 Diner at:

"Le Refuge du Passé", 32 rue du fer a moulin, 75005 Paris (view map)

March, 3 morning

9:00-9:40 Claudia Bank: Sounds of silence: what is the fitness landscape of synonymous mutations, and does it matter?.

9:40-10:20 François Blanquart: Epistasis and the structure of fitness landscapes: are experimental fitness landscapes compatible with Fisher's geometric model.

10:20-10:40 Coffee Break

10:40-11:20 Luis-Miguel Chevin: Emerging properties of epistasis in polygenic adaptation.

11:20-12:00 Joachim Krug: Genotypic complexity of Fisher's geometric model.

March, 3 Lunch at:

"La Taverne", 25 rue daubenton, 75005 Paris (view map)

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