Talks

(upcoming) S Schiffels: Talk at the EMBO | EMBL Symposium on Reconstructing the Human Past – Using Ancient and Modern Genomics, March 31 – April 3, 2019, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany.

(upcoming) S Schiffels: Tutorial and Lecture at the Symposium for Next Generation Genomics, October 22-26, 2018, University of Helsinki, Finland.

(upcoming) S Schiffels: “Computational methods for inference of population history from ancient and modern genome sequences.” Lecture, July 4, 2018, MPI for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Unlocking human history – Computational methods for inference of past demography and population structure from genome sequences.” Lecture, April 4, 2018, MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, Germany.

T Lamnidis: “The origin and spread of Siberian ancestry in north-eastern Europe.” Workshop on Linguistics, Archaeology and Genetics: The origin and expansions of Uralic speaking populations, November 29 – December 1 2017, MPI Jena, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Inferring Population history from whole genome sequences.” Workshop on Unleashing the power of full genome polymorphism data for inference: new developments of the Ancestral Recombination Graph, September 27 2017MPI for evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany.

S Schiffels: “What genomes tell us about human history: New methods and insights from ancient and modern DNA.” Seminar talk, July 19 2017, University of Cologne, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Modelling rare genetic variation in modern and ancient genomes to study recent human history.” Invited speaker at the Annual Meeting of the society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, July 2-7 2017, Austin, Texas, USA.

S Schiffels: “Analysing Australian genomes to learn about early modern human dispersal out of Africa.” Workshop on Human Dispersals in the Late Pleistocene Interdisciplinary Approaches Towards Understanding the Worldwide Expansion of Homo sapiensNovember 8-10 2016, MPI Jena, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Die Angelsächsische Migration in England – eine genetische Perspektive.” Vortrag auf der 23. Jahrestagung des Brackweder Arbeitskreises für Mittelalterforschung: Akteure und Orte. Glokale Perspektiven auf Gruppierungen im Mittelalter. November 18-19 2016, Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Insights into the Anglo-Saxon migration period from a Genetics perspective.” 9th Archaeological Conference of Central Germany:Migration and Integration from Prehistory to the Middle Ages, October 20-22 2016, Halle, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Modeling recent Siberian ancestry in Native Americans using rare mutations.” Meeting on Probabilistic Modelling in Genomics, September 12-14 2016, Oxford, UK.

S Schiffels: “Modelling rare genetic variation to investigate recent human history.” Seminar talk, August 31 2016, Wellcome Trust Center for Human Genetics, Oxford, UK. 

S Schiffels: “What Genomes tell us about Human History.” Talk and Tutorial at the Spring school for Bioinformatics and Population Genomics, May 29 – June 2, 2016, Leukerbad, Switzerland.

S Schiffels: “What Genomes tell us about Human History.” Seminar talk, April 20 2016, Prague University, Czech Republic.

S Schiffels: “Insights into population history from ancient DNA sequencing of Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon samples from East England.” Meeting Linguistics, Archaeology and Genetics: Integrating new Evidence for the Origin and Spread of the Indo-European Languages, October 11-13 2015, MPI Jena, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Insights into population history from ancient DNA sequencing of Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon samples from East England.” Annual Meeting of the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution, July 2015, Vienna, Austria.

S Schiffels: “Insights into population history from ancient DNA of Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon samples from East England.” Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics Meeting, March 2015, Cambridge, UK.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history from multiple genome sequences.” Seminar Talk, November 2014, Kiel University, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Insights into British and European Population history from ancient DNA sequencing.” Meeting of the American Society for Human Genetics, October 2014, San Diego, USA.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history from modern and ancient genomes.” Lecture and Tutorial at the Bioinformatics Workshop at the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA, November 2014, Adelaide, Australia.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history from genome sequences.” Seminar Talk, September 2014, MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human ancestry from complete genome sequences.” Seminar Talk, July 2014, University of Cologne, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history from multiple genome sequences.” Meeting on Mathematical and Computational Evolutionary Biology, June 2014, Montpellier, France.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history and gene flow multiple genome sequences.” 42nd European Mathematical Genetics Meeting, April 2014, University of Cologne, Germany.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history and gene flow from multiple genome sequences.” Meeting of the American Society for Human Genetics, October 2013, Boston, USA.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history and gene flow multiple genome sequences.” Seminar Talk, September 2013, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford, UK.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history and gene flow multiple genome sequences.” EMBO Conference, September 2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human population history and gene flow multiple genome sequences.” Seminar Talk, September 2013, Aarhus University, Denmark.

S Schiffels: “Reconstructing Human Demographic History from Whole-genome Sequences of Multiple People.” Annual Meeting of the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution, July 2013, Dublin, Ireland.

S Schiffels: “Inferring human ancestry from complete genome sequences.” Seminar talk, January 2013, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.