Dr. Josch K. Pauling

LipiTUM - Computational Systems Medicine on Lipids and Metabolism

Teaching at the TUM School of Life Sciences

Computational Biochemistry Seminar, Winter Term

Planned time-slot: Wednesday, 16:00 - 19:00
Registration: TUMonline

Course description: The seminar introduces computational methods used in biochemistry, in particular for the analysis of mass spectrometry data. Students will be introduced to basic concepts in short lectures and subsequently apply them in programming exercises. Through presentations of recent scientific literature, participants learn to understand the application of novel methods and to evaluate their limitations.

Problem-based Learning

Topic of the upcoming PBL-Seminar: "Computational Systems Medicine".
Planned time-slot: Monday, 12:00 - 14:00
Planned maximal number of participants: 20
Central Registration: https://www.bio.ifi.lmu.de/studium/seminare-praktika/index.html
Subsequent Registration TUM: TUMonline 

Course descriptionIn Problem-Based Learning you will learn about scientific principles and necessary techniques e.g. for literature search, writing, and presenting. Students will apply and improve these skills practically. Since this is a seminar from students for students, all participants will present scientific literature surrounding a particular topic. Our topic will be Computational Systems Medicine.

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LipiTUM Workshop (1st ILS Conference)

If you want to learn more about our workshop at the 1st ILS Conference/7th International Lipidomics Forum 2021 on how to use our tools for analyzing your lipidomics, check out our conference resources here.

Open Positions

Students looking for an opportunity to learn from hands-on practice as a student research assistant are encouraged to contact us. Just send us an email or use the contact tab. 

Contact person: TUM Junior Fellow Dr. Josch Konstantin Pauling <application(at)lipitum.de>