1. Santiago Elena

    1. Lecture 1
      Title: A short introduction to Virology, viral quasispecies and virus population dynamics.
      1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3
    2. Lecture 2
      Title: Evolutionary genetics of viral emergence. 
      1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3
    3. Lecture 3
      Title: Systems Biology of virus-host interactions.
      1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3
    4. Lecture 4
      Title: The arm race between host's resistance and virus' virulence.
      1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3
    5. Lecture 5
      Title: Genome compactness and the evolution of genomic novelty in RNA viruses.
      1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3
  2. Daniel Fisher
    1. ​Reading Material 1, 2, 3
  3. Joachim Krug
    1. ​Preparatory reading:

      Empirical fitness landscapes and the predictability of evolution
      J. Krug and J.A.G.M. de Visser
      Nature Reviews Genetics 15, 480-490 (2014)

      Lecture 1:
      Perspective: Sign epistasis and genetic constraint on evolutionary trajectories
      Daniel M. Weinreich, Richard A. Watson, Lin Chao
      Evolution 59(6):1165-1174 (2005)

      The Context-Dependence of Mutations: A Linkage of Formalisms
      Frank J. Poelwijk, Vinod Krishna and Rama Ranganathan
      PLoS Comput Biol 12(6): e1004771 (2016)

      Inferring genetic interactions from comparative fitness data
      Kristina Crona, Alex Gavryushkin, Devin Greene and Niko Beerenwinkel
      eLife 6:e28629 (2017)

      Lecture 2:
      Quantitative analyses of empirical fitness landscapes
      I.G. Szendro, M.F. Schenk, J. Franke, J. Krug and J.A.G.M. de Visser
      Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment P01005 (2013)

      Patterns of Epistasis between Beneficial Mutations in an Antibiotic 
      Resistance Gene
      Martijn F. Schenk, Ivan G. Szendro, Merijn L.M. Salverda, Joachim Krug,
      J. Arjan G.M. de Visser
      Molecular Biology and Evolution 30:1779-1787 (2013)

      On the (un)predictability of a large intragenic fitness landscape
      Claudia Bank, Sebastian Matuszewski, Ryan T. Hietpas and Jeffrey D. Jensen
      PNAS 2016 December, 113 (49) 14085-14090.

      Lecture 3:
      Towards a general theory of adaptive walks on rugged landscapes
      Stuart Kauffman and Simon Levin
      Journal of Theoretical Biology
      Volume 128, Issue 1, 7 September 1987, Pages 11-45

      Evolutionary accessibility of mutational pathways
      J. Franke, A. Kloezer, J.A.G.M. de Visser and J. Krug
      PLoS Computational Biology 7, e1002134 (2011)

      Universality Classes of Interaction Structures for NK Fitness Landscapes
      Sungmin Hwang, Benjamin Schmiegelt, Luca Ferretti, Joachim Krug
      Journal of Statistical Physics, online first (2018)

      Lecture 4:
      The Utility of Fisher's Geometric Model in Evolutionary Genetics
      Olivier Tenaillon
      Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 45:179-201 (2014)

      Diminishing-returns epistasis among random beneficial mutations in a multicellular fungus
      Sijmen Schoustra, Sungmin Hwang, Joachim Krug, J. Arjan G. M. de Visser
      Proc. Roy. Soc. B Biol. Sc i. 283:20161376 (2016)

      Genotypic Complexity of Fisher's Geometric Model
      Sungmin Hwang, Su-Chan Park and Joachim Krug
      Genetics 206:1049-1079 (2017)

      Lecture 5:
      The population genetics of adaptation: The adaptation of DNA sequences
      H. Allen Orr
      Evolution 56(7):1317-1330 (2002)

      The Speed of Evolution in Large Asexual Populations
      Su-Chan Park, Damien Simon, Joachim Krug 
      Journal of Statistical Physics 138:381-410 (2010)

      Predictability of evolution depends nonmonotonically on population size
      Ivan G. Szendro, Jasper Franke, J. Arjan G. M. de Visser and Joachim Krug
      PNAS 2013 January, 110 (2) 571-576

    2. Reading Material 1

      1. Problem Sheet

  4. Ophelie Ronce

    1. ​Reading Material 1, 2, 3, 4

  5. Maria Orive

    1. Lecture 1

    2. Lecture 2

      1. Research Paper

    3. Lecture 3

    4. Lecture 4

    5. Lecture 5

      1. Research talk paper

      2. Supplementary Material for the paper

  6. Magnus Nordborg

    1. Reading Material 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7