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Sikander Hayat

 

Address

 

email: s.hayat[at]bioinformatik.uni-saarland.de
Telephone: ++49 +681 302 70710
Fax: ++49 +681 302 70702
Postal address: Center for Bioinformatics
Gebaeude E2 1, Room number 303
P.O. Box 15 11 50
D-66041 Saarbruecken
Germany

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curriculum vitae

B. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering, JMI, New Delhi, India (2000-2004)
M. Sc. in Molecular Bioengineering, BIOTEC, Technical University of Dresden, Germany (2004-2006)
PhD Student at the Center for Bioinformatics, Saarland University, Germany (since Oct. 2006)

research areas

  • Protein 3D structure prediction

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • Beta barrel proteins

  • in vivo computing

 list of publications

  1. Sikander Hayat, Kai Ostermann, Lutz Brusch, Wolfgang Pompe and Gerhard Roedel, "Towards in vivo computing: Quantitative analysis of an artificial gene regulatory network behaving as a RS flip-flop and simulating the system in silico", IEEE Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Bio Inspired mOdels of NETwork, Information and Computing Systems (BIONETICS), Cavalese, Italy, 11-13 Dec. 2006

  2. Thomas Hinze, Sikander Hayat, Thorsten Lenser, Naoki Matsumaru, and Peter Dittrich, "Hill Kinetics Meets P Systems: A Case Study on Gene Regulatory Networks as Computing Agents in silico and in vivo", G. Eleftherakis et al. (Eds.): WMC8 2007, LNCS 4860, pp. 320–335, 2007. (c) Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007

  3. T. Hinze, S. Hayat, T. Lenser, N. Matsumaru, and P. Dittrich, "Biosignal-Based Computing by AHL Induced Synthetic Gene Regulatory Networks: From an in vivo Flip-Flop Implementation to Programmable Computing Agents", Madeira, Portugal, 28-31 Jan 2008

  4. Yungki Park, Sikander Hayat, and Volkhard Helms, "Prediction of the burial status of transmembrane residues of helical membrane proteins", BMC Bioinformatics 2007, 8:302 (20 August 2007)

  5. S. Hayat, T. Hinze. "Toward integration of in vivo molecular computing devices: successes and challenges", HFSP Journal, 2(4):1-5, 2008

presentations and posters

  1. "Towards in vivo computing: Quantitative analysis of an artificial gene regulatory network behaving as a RS flip-flop and simulating the system in silico", Oral presentation, University of Jena, 21 Nov. 2006

  2. "A statistical approach to deriving and analyzing a propensity scale for predicting exposed Transmembrane Beta-Barrel residues from protein sequence", Poster, From Computational Biophysics to Systems Biology 2007 (CBSB07), FZ Jülich, 2-4 May 2007

  3. Thomas Hinze, Sikander Hayat, Thorsten Lenser, Naoki Matsumaru, and Peter Dittrich, "Hill Kinetics Meets P Systems: A Case Study on Gene Regulatory Networks as Computing Agents in silico and in vivo", Oral Presentation, Proceedings Eighth Workshop on Membrane Computing (WMC8), Thessaloniki, Greece, 25-28 Jun. 2007
  4. "Towards understanding the early events in the conformational transition of amyloid beta peptides", Poster, CBSB08, FZ Jülich, 19-21 May 2008
  5. "Genome wide identification of transmembrane beta barrel proteins based on residue exposure patterns", Poster, GCB 2008, Dresden, 9-12 Sept 2008
  6. Solvent distribution around amyloid beta peptides, Poster, AD/PD 2009, Prague, 11-15 March 2009
  7. Solvent structure around amyloid beta peptides, Oral Presentation, Workshop on COMPUTER SIMULATION AND THEORY OF MACROMOLECULES, Huenfeld, 17-18 April 2009 

teaching

SS 08: Pro-/Seminar SS 2008: Current Topics in Bioinformatics

WS 08/09: Tutorial: Bioinformatik 3 WS 08/09

SS 09: Tutorial: Special-topic Lecture Bioinformatics: Membrane Bioinformatics 

miscellaneous

If you can recommend any movie or play in English in or around Saarbruecken, please let me know. Apart from that, interested in ultimate frisbee, football and cricket.

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