Bioinformatics and AI

Seminar Series
KU Leuven, Biomedical Sciences

The monthly Bioinformatics and AI Seminars takes place every second wednesday of the month at Gasthuisberg (usually in Pentalfa). Each seminar has three talks (20 minutes, including questions).


DateSpeaker 1Speaker 2Speaker 3
9 June 2021Leuven.AICédric Lood
(Computational Systems Biology – Vera van Noort)
Mining the pangenome of P. aeruginosa for predictors of host-virus interactions
Grigorios Georgolopoulos
(Altius Institute for Biomedical Sciences, Seattle, WA)
12 May 2021Laboratory of Translational Genetics – Diether LambrechtsJoana Poźniak
(Laboratory of Molecular Cancer Biology – Chris Marine)

Laboratory for Functional Epigenetics – Bernard Thienpont
14 April 2021Supinya Piampongsant
(Laboratory for Systems Biology – Kevin Verstrepen)
Predicting Fermented Beverage Aroma and Appreciation from Chemical Profiles with Machine Learning
Haleh Chizari 
(Bioinformatics Research Group – Yves Moreau)
WiNGS: The Widely integrated NGS platform for federated genome analysis
Kris Davie
(VIB-CBD Bioinformatics Expertise Unit)
VSN and SCope: Analysis and Visualisation of Single-cell Data


  • Date: every second Wednesday of he month, 10-11.30h
  • Location: Gasthuisberg, Leuven (usually in Pentalfa)
  • Language: English


  • Price: free
  • Target audience:
    PhD researchers

Ready to get started?

All practical information and the programme can be found on the seminar pages of KU Leuven’s website, Group Biomedical Sciences.