October 4–7 | Frankfurt, Germany


The annual RECOMB-CG satellite conference brings together leading researchers in the mathematical, computational, and life sciences to discuss cutting edge research. Next to six invited keynote speakers and 20 contributed talks, the technical program also includes a vivid poster session.


We invite all participants to present their latest results that fall within the general scope of the conference as a poster. To do so, please submit a poster abstract in PDF format to

The abstract will be included into the Conference Program booklet, and must be limited to one A4 page (12 pt font) in length including all references and figures.

  • Poster Submission Deadline: Friday 28 August, 2015.
  • Notification of Acceptance: Tuesday 1 September, 2015.
  • We offer the possibility for late poster submission. However, we cannot guarantee that late poster abstracts are considered in the printed conference booklet.

The poster session is scheduled to the afternoon of Monday 5 October, but posters will be on display for the entire duration of the conference. The format will be A0 vertical (84cm=33.1″ wide, 118cm=46.8″ high). At least one author of each accepted poster is required to register for and attend the conference.

Please find below the list of accepted posters [updated daily]:

IDPoster TitleAuthor(s)
01Repeat- and Error-Aware Comparison of IndelsRoland Wittler, Svea Kokott, Tobias Marschall, Alexander Schönhuth, Veli Mäkinen
02Association between short peptides interaction strength with the ribosomal exit tunnel and their distribution in the proteomeRenana Sabi, Tamir Tuller
03Functional Analysis of a Pan-genomeTina Zekic, Jens Stoye
04Evidences of evolutionary selection for mutational robustness of local structural elements in HIV coding sequencesEli Goz, Tamir Tuller
05SecPred: predicting functional bacterial secretion systems based on machine learning techniquesValerie Eichinger, Roman Feldbauer, Thomas Rattei
06De novo Assembly and Comparative Genomics on Eukaryotic Species MixturesBastian Greshake, Andreas Blaumeiser, Simonida Zehr, Francesco Dal Grande, Anjuli Meiser, Imke Schmitt, Ingo Ebersberger
07Predicting the evolutionary traceability of proteins & pathwaysArpit Jain, Tina Köstler, Arndt von Haeseler, Ingo Ebersberger
08An integrative approach for tracing functional protein interaction networks using a ‘feature-aware’ phylogenetic profilingHolger Bergmann, Julian Dosch, Ingo Ebersberger
09Prediction of essential genes in pathogenic fungiJigisha Darbha, Geraldine Butler, Colm J. Ryan
10The four reversals conjectureIstván Miklós
11Reconstructing the Mutation History of a Tumor from Single Cell Sequencing DataKatharina Jahn, Jack Kuipers, Niko Beerenwinkel
12Genetic diversity and population structure of Bathymodiolus microbiotaAnne Kupczok, Rebecca Ansorge, Jillian Petersen, Nicole Dubilier, Tal Dagan
13Benchmarking Multiple Protein Sequence Alignments and the Effect of Guide-Tree TopologyFabian Sievers, Desmond G Higgins
14Compromise or optimize? The breakpoint anti-medianCaroline Anne Larlee, Alex Brandts, David Sankoff
15Small parsimony problem combining SCJ and prior given adjacency weightsNina Luhmann, Aïda Ouangraoua, Roland Wittler, Cedric Chauve
16Scoring Exons in a Multiple Genome Alignment for Comparative Gene PredictionLizzy Gerischer, Stefanie König, Lars Romoth, Mario Stanke
17A thorough comparision of alignment tools: BLAST, GHOSTX and DIAMONDJia Yu, Jochen Blom, Alexander Goesmann
18Comparative Gene Prediction in Bacterial GenomesLars Romoth, Lizzy Gerischer, Stefanie König, Mario Stanke
19Homeologous Non-Reciprocal Translocations (HNRT) Induce Selectable Genetic Variation in Brassica napusBirgit Samans, Boulos Chalhoub, Rod Snowdon
20New methods for the identification of syntenic blocks in multiple genome comparisonsDaniel Doerr, Bernard Moret
21Co-regulation of paralog genes in the three-dimensional chromatin architectureJonas Ibn-Salem, Miguel A. Andrade-Navarro
22Evolution of the chemotaxis signaling repertoire of plant pathogenic bacteriaJeremy D. Glasner, Nicole T. Perna
23Genome rearrangements and the dispersion of fragile regionsPriscila Biller, Laurent Gueguen, Carole Knibbe, Eric Tannier
24BFT-Comp – Alignment-free and reference-free compression of pan-genome sequencing readsGuillaume Holley, Faraz Hach
25Onctopus: A New Joint Model for Reconstructing the Clonal and Subclonal Composition of Cancer SamplesLinda K. Sundermann, Amit G. Deshwar, Jens Stoye, Quaid Morris, Gunnar Rätsch
26Mining the genomes of lichen-forming fungi for biosynthetic genesAnjuli Meiser, Francesco Dal Grande, Imke Schmitt
27Comparative analysis of differential DNA methylation with ADMIREJens Preussner, Julia Bayer, Carsten Kuenne, Mario Looso
28Understanding entomopathogenic bacterial lifestyles through genome sequencingNicholas J. Tobias, Hendrik Wolff, Helge B. Bode