Philipp Peters

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About

Researchwise I am somewhere located between Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Computer Science.

 

I studied Biomathematics in Greifswald, Germany, from 10/2004 to 08/2010. I wrote my diploma thesis "Development of data / image evaluation to integrate 3D-gelelectrophoresis into high-throughput-environments" under supervision of Stefan Funke and Jörg Bernhardt.

 

During a research stay from 10/2008 to 03/2009 at the PICB in Shanghai I evaluated under the supervision of Andreas Dress images of skin tissue cells using the copulas in order to analyze the spatial distribution of proteins.

 

From 08/2010 to 10/2013 I did my PhD at the University of Southern Denmark under suppervision of Daniel Merkle and Rolf Fagerberg. On the 24/10/2013, I successfully defended my PhD thesis "Exploring Chemical Networks Using Declarative and Analytical Methods".

 

Since January 2015, I have been a Postdoc in the Bioinformatics Group of Heinz Himmelbauer at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. Associated with the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, we aimed to classify heterozygous substructures in the genome of the sugar beet using a graph-based approach.

Since September 2016, I analyze the RNA-Seq data from time-series experiments with cell lines of Trichoplusi ni in a project with the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib).

 

 

Publications

  • Koczka K¹, Peters P¹, Ernst W, Himmelbauer H, Nika L, Grabherr R. Comparative transcriptome analysis of a Trichoplusia ni cell line reveals distinct host responses to intracellular and secreted protein products expressed by recombinant baculoviruses. Journal of Biotechnology, March 2018, Volume 270, pp. 61–69

¹ Authors contributed equally to this work.

 

  • Fagerberg R, Flamm C, Merkle D, Peters P, Stadler PF. On the Complexity of Reconstructing Chemical Reaction Networks. Mathematics in Computer Science, September 2013, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 275-292

 

  • Fagerberg R, Flamm C, Merkle D, Peters P. Exploring Chemistry Using SMT. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2012), M. Milano (eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, LNCS 7514, pp. 900-915

 

 

Posters and Conferences

  • Peters P, Stralis Pavese N, Himmelbauer H, Dohm JC. Benchmarking of long-read correction methods. German Conference on Bioinformatics (Sep 2018)
  • Dohm JC, Peters P, Minoche AE, Postel U, Kraft T, Schulz B, Schmidt T, Weisshaar B, Himmelbauer H. Genomics and transcriptomics of the genus Beta using short and long sequencing reads. Plant Genome Evolution Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Sep 2015)
  • Fagerberg R, Christoph Flamm C, Merkle D, Peters, P. Exploring Chemistry with SMT. 18th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP2012), Quebec City, Canada

 

 

Teaching

  • Winter 2018/19
    • Introduction to Algorithms in Bioinformatics, BOKU, Vienna
  • Winter 2016/17, 2017/18
    • Instructional Course IVB - Next-generation sequencing, Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis, BOKU, Vienna
  • Summer 2017
    • Sequencing data analysis - Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna
  • Fall 2010-2012
    • Introduction to Programming, Syddansk Universitet
  • Spring 2012
    • Introduction to Integer Linear Programming, Syddansk Universitet
  • 12/2006 - 07/2008
    • Statistics/Stochastics for psychologists and biologists, University Greifswald

 

 

Misc

The Northern Sorbian Cultural Association

Grantlfant - A small side project with designs and texts

The image: Squirrel Viennese by Sebastian Matuszewski under CC-BY-SA 3.0 de license

 

 

Contact

contact [at] phpeters [punktum] eu

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