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Poster Presentations

Block 1

Monday, 15:35–17:30

First Name Last Name Affiliation Poster Title
Francesco Balzerani University of Navarra, Spain Prediction of Phenolic Compound Metabolism in the Human Gut Microbiota using Machine Learning Methods
Naroa Barrena University of Navarra, Tecnun School of Engineering, San Sebastian Integration of regulatory and signaling networks with genome-scale metabolic networks for the prediction of drug targets
Oliver Bodeit Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf A Programming Interface to Resource Balance Analysis, Enabling Development of Workflows on Cellular Resource Allocation
Cailean Carter Quadram Institute Tuatara – a tool for constructing and handling multiple genome-scale metabolic models
Janaka Edirisinghe Argonne National Laboratory Automated Genome-Scale Fungal Model construction in KBase: Towards eliminating redundancies in Fungal Biochemistry Template
Fatima Foflonker Argonne National Laboratory A protein-enabled genome-scale metabolic model of maize in plantSEED
André Fonseca ITQB, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Dynamic modeling of the shikimate pathway and central carbon metabolism of E. coli
Almut Heinken National University of Ireland Galway Large-scale metabolic reconstruction of the human microbiome accounting for strain-specific drug metabolism
Clémence Joseph KU Leuven CellScanner, a user-friendly tool to identify and enumerate cells in flow cytometry data
Filipe Liu Computing, Environment, and Life Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois ModelSEEDpy: A python library for automated model reconstruction and analysis
Tim Nies Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf A computational and Experimental Analysis: information about PAM instrument parameters may affect our research
Tim Daniel Rose LipiTUM, Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics, TUM School of Life Sciences, Technical University of Munich Analysis of Global Changes of the Lipid Metabolism on Lipid Metabolic Networks with the Lipid Network Explorer
Peter Schubert Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf A Python tool making SBML kinetic modelling more accessible
Dipali Singh Quadram Institute Metabolism of Campylobacter jejuni:  an integrated in silico and in vitro study
Cyrille Thinnes National University of Ireland Galway MicroMaps: Microbiome Metabolic Network Visualization using Systematic Team Empowerment
Vikas Upadhyay Penn State University dGPredictor: Automated fragmentation method for Gibbs energy change prediction of metabolic reaction and de novo pathway design
Luis Valcárcel Tecnun School of Engineering, University of Navarra, San Sebastian, Spain Linear model for the integration of labeling data with genome-scale metabolic networks

Block 2

Tuesday, 15:00–17:30

First Name Last Name Affiliation Poster Title
Firnaaz Ahamed University of Nebraska-Lincoln A cybernetic trait-based model identifies microbial regulation as a key driver of priming effects
Adil Alsiyabi University of Nebraska-Lincoln Predicting the Effect of Carbon Substrate on Bioplastic Production in Rhodopseudomonas Palustris
Kapil Amarnath UC San Diego Stress-induced cross-feeding of internal metabolites provides a dynamic mechanism of microbial cooperation
Adrienne Arnold Montana State University Methanotroph acclimation to cultivation stresses and the role of byproduct synthesis
Ross Carlson Montana State University Multiscale Analysis of Autotroph-Heterotroph Interactions in a High-Temperature Microbial Community
Wassili Dimitriew Friedrich Schiller University Jena Modeling and deciphering the regulation of microbial central metabolism by dynamic optimization
Joan Sebastián Gallego Murillo Delft University of Technology Metabolic profiling of cultured erythroblasts for the large scale production of red blood cells
Xiao-Pan Hu Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany Proteome efficiency of metabolic pathways in Escherichia coli
Aimee Kessell University of Nebraska-Lincoln Metabolic Network Modeling to Determine Microbially-Driven Biogeochemical Functions in Globally-Distributed River Corridors
Lukas Korn University of Jena Elementary-mode analysis of the methylcitrate cycle
Maxime Lecomte INRAE UMR STLO Metabolic Modeling Deciphers Interactions in a Cheese Bacterial Community
Naeun Lee University of Nebraska-Lincoln Omics and Metabolic Network Integration to Predict the Impacts of Copper Dysregulation on the Liver Functions and Energy Metabolism
Tobias Pfennig Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf Emergence of Metabolic Cooperation Between Cells in Schematic Balanced Growth Models
Antonio Rigueiro-Mesejo Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf Dynamic flux balance analysis reveals the distribution of biochemical subtypes in CAM photosynthesis
Zahmeeth Sakkaff Argonne National Laboratory Information- and Communication-Centric Approach in Cell Metabolism
Philipp Schneider Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg Systematizing the different notions of growth-coupled strain design and a single framework for their computation
Hyeongmin Seo University of Tennessee, Knoxville Engineering Modularity of Ester Biosynthesis Across Biological Scales
Ralf Steuer Humboldt-University of Berlin Optimal resource allocation and the limits of phototrophic productivity
Anna Stikane University of Latvia Exploring valorisation of fermentation by-products through metabolic modelling
Cong Trinh University of Tennessee, Knoxville Computational Design and Biological Insights into Modular Cell Design for Large Libraries of Exchangeable Product Synthesis Modules in Escherichia Coli
Luis Valcárcel Tecnun School of Engineering, University of Navarra, San Sebastian, Spain Computational models for the identification of metabolic vulnerabilities in Multiple Myeloma
Koen Verhagen Delft University of Technology Modelling of glucose recycling through storage metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae under dynamic conditions