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 Research Report for 2009

Abteilung für Mathematische Stochastik

Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber

Eckerstr. 1
79104 Freiburg
Tel: 0761/203-5664 Fax: 0761/203-5661
Email sekretariat@stochastik.uni-freiburg.de
http://www.stochastik.uni-freiburg.de/


Scientific Employees

  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber, Leitung (m/w)
  • Dr. Katharina Best, Postdoc (m/w), geb. Surovcik
  • Dr. Andrej Depperschmidt, Postdoc (m/w)
  • Cornelia Borck, Doktorand (m/w)
  • PD Dr. Dr. Heinz Weisshaupt, Postdoc (m/w)
Entries in "Who is Who"

Main Research

  • Stochastik, Biomathematik

Scientific and Research Projects


  • Aging and the loss of telomere sequences.
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: 01.04.2008 until 31.12.2009
    • Project Details
  • Bacterial population genomics.
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: 01.05.2008 until 31.12.2015
    • Project Details
  • Cellular translocation of biomolecules using ratcheting dynamics.
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: 01.04.2008 until 31.12.2009
    • Project Details
  • Muller's ratchet
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: 01.04.2008 until 31.12.2014
    • Project Details
  • Quorum sensing in bacteria
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: 01.04.2008 until 31.12.2015
    • Project Details
  • The signature of strong positive selection in natural populations.
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: since 2006
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  • Tree-valued stochastic processes
    • Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber
    • Start/End of project: since 2005
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Scientific publications

Journal Articles:
  • Greven A, Pfaffelhuber P, Winter A: Convergence in distribution of random metric measure spaces: (Lambda-coalescent measure trees). Probab Theory Rel, 2009; 145 (1): 285-322. : http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00440-008-0169-3 (download: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0609801)
  • Haubold B, Pfaffelhuber P, Domazet-Loso M, Wiehe T: Estimating Mutation Distances from Unaligned Genomes. Journal of Computational Biology, 2009; 16 (10): 1487-1500.
  • Städler T, Haubold B, Merino C, Stephan W, Pfaffelhuber P: The impact of sampling schemes on the site frequency spectrum in non-equilibrium subdivided populations. Genetics, 2009; 182: 205-216.
Book Chapters:
  • Etheridge A, Pfaffelhuber P, Wakolbinger A: How often does the ratchet click? Facts, heuristics, asymptotics. In: London Mathematical Society (Hrsg.): Trends in Stochastic Analysis. Papers dedicated to Professor Heinrich von Weizsäcker on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009; 365-390 (Lecture Notes Series 353).: http://arxiv.org/abs/0709.2775

Special Scientific Activities

Invited Speech:
  • Dr. Andrej Depperschmidt: Modelling protein translocation: A Brownian ratchet (invited speech), 33rd Conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, Berline, 30.07.2009.
  • Dr. Andrej Depperschmidt: Asymptotische Eigenschaften der Brownschen Ratsche für Proteintransport (invited speech), AG Stochastik und Dynamische Systeme, University of Erlangen, 14.05.2009.
  • Dr. Andrej Depperschmidt: Modelling protein translocation: A Brownian ratchet (invited speech), Workshop on "Mathematical Models from Physics and Biology", University of Bonn, 04.04.2009.
  • Dr. Andrej Depperschmidt: Modelling protein translocation: A Brownian ratchet (invited speech), Workshop "Young European Probabilists VI", EURANDOM, Eindhoven (NL), 23.03.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The tree-length of an evolving coalescent. (invited speech), Mathematical Seminar, Tübingen, 26.11.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The tree-length process of an evolving coalescent. (invited speech), Probability Seminar, Erlangen, 23.11.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Approximate genealogies under genetic Hitchhiking. (invited speech), Popgen Seminar, Oxford, 04.11.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Primer for discussion on speciation models. (invited speech), Mind the gap: Joining theoretical and empirical population genetics, Max-Planck-Institut Plön, 02.10.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The infinitely many genes model for genomic diversity in bacteria. (invited speech), Applied Math Seminar, Bielefeld, 27.08.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Bacterial population genomics (invited speech), Mathematical Seminar, Bielefeld, 27.08.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The tree-length of an evolving coalescent. (invited speech), SPA conference, Berlin, 31.07.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The tree-length of an evolving coalescent. (invited speech), Workshop on population genetics, Luminy, 25.05.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: A mathematical model for the genomic diversity of bacterial populations (Poster) (invited speech), German Symposium on Systems Biology, Heidelberg, 14.05.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Bacterial population genomics (invited speech), BRG Meeting, Bonn, 03.04.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The infinitely many genes model for genomic diversity in bacteria. (invited speech), Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Biology., Plön, 10.03.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Modeling genomic divesity in bacteria. (invited speech), MPI Seminar, Plön, 10.03.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The gene content coalescent (invited speech), Workshop, München/Munich, 21.02.2009.
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: The tree-length of an evolving coalescent. (invited speech), Seminar, Oberwolfach, 18.01.2009.
Veranstaltung:
  • Prof. Dr. Bernhard Haubold, Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Mind the gap: Joining theoretical and empirical population genetics, Workshop funded by the VW foundation, organization, Max-Planck-Institut Plön, 02.10.2009 bis 03.10.2009.
Gremien:
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber: Habilitationskommission Karin Halupczok, 01.07.2008 bis 01.02.2009.

Scientific Dissertations

Degree Dissertations
  • Rudolph J: Selective sweeps of recessive alleles (Supervisor Prof. Dr. Peter Pfaffelhuber), 2009.