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EMBnet.digest August 2016
A Quick Guide to IMGT/Junction Analysis
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16/Jan/2017 IMGT® recruiting Software Developer & Bioinformatician

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

0 Closed 0 0 job opportunity, immunoinformatics, software developer, bioinformatician 0

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

Wed, 2016-05-25 15:03 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24
16/Jan/2017 IMGT® recruiting Software Developer & Bioinformatician

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

0 Closed 0 0 job opportunity, immunoinformatics, software developer, bioinformatician 1

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

Wed, 2016-05-25 15:03 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24
16/Jan/2017 IMGT® recruiting Software Developer & Bioinformatician

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

0 Closed 0 0 job opportunity, immunoinformatics, software developer, bioinformatician 2

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

Wed, 2016-05-25 15:03 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24
16/Jan/2017 IMGT® recruiting Software Developer & Bioinformatician

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

0 Closed 0 0 job opportunity, immunoinformatics, software developer, bioinformatician 3

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®(http://www.imgt.org), is the global reference in immunogenetics andimmunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS). IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.  

We are looking for a software developer and for a bioinformatician with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software and analyzes data within the immunoinformatics field.

The ultimate goal is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of the IMGT software and databases, and help improve the system architecture and its performance (optimization of the algorithms and results visualization). Knowledge of an object oriented language is highly desirable. If you understand the science field of Next Generation Sequencing, it will be a plus.

You will work in a small operational team of a dozen bioinformaticians with different backgrounds (biologists, informaticians, pharmacists) and different nationalities.

Montpellier with >45K students is a young city which enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

The positions are open from 01/09/2016 and up until the right candidate has been recruited. It is a two year long contract with possibility of extension for another year. The recruitment is at the ‘Engineer’ level with approximately 2K Euros net salary per month.

For more info, send an email to:

Sofia.Kossida@igh.cnrs.fr

(with cc to:Patrice.Duroux@igh.cnrs.fr and Marie-Paule.Lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr)

Wed, 2016-05-25 15:03 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24 Mon, 2017-01-16 21:24
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 0

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 1

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 2

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 3

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 4

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 5

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 6

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 7

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 8

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 9

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 10

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 11

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 12

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 13

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 14

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
06/Jul/2016 CHARME, EMBnet and NETTAB 2016 Workshop - Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

0 Closed NETTAB2016_AnnouncementAndCall_v3.pdf 0 0 Topics of interest Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data. Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA. NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web 15

The Workshop ‘Reproducibility, standards and SOP in Bioinformatics‘ is co-organised by the EU COST Action CHARME, EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) and NETTAB (International Workshop Series on Network Tools and Applications for Biology). It is hosted by the ELIXIR-ITA Node and will be held at the Italia CNR (National Research Council) head quarter, in Rome.

The workshop will be preceded by a GOBLET/ELIXIR-ITA Tutorial and an ELIXIR Hackathon on Monday 24th.

 

Deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts for oral communications: June 30, 2016 July 15, 2016 NEW!
  • Submission of abstracts for posters: September 19, 2016
  • Early registration deadline: September 26, 2016

 

Contact information

 

Topics of interest

Reproducibility, standards and SOPs in bioinformatics, including: Trends in open science, Open access journals, Open source practices; Good programming practices for reproducibility; The role of cloud computing in reproducible research; Computational tools, such as Sweave, knitr, supporting automatic production of research papers; Standard operating procedures (SOP) in bioinformatics; Tools, practices, and dissemination platforms for ensuring reproducibility; Role of workflow management systems and ontologies in reproducible research; Automatic tools for tracking the provenance of data, analyses, and results; Data FAIR-ness; Bioinformatics standards for models and data.

Bioinformatics Education and Training: Special Session held in collaboration with GOBLET and ELIXIR-ITA.

NETTAB Workshop topics, including: On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces; Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search; Grid and clouds applications and platforms; APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms; Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies; Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints; Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences; Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents; Mobile bioinformatics apps

 

Instructions for abstract submission

Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with the topics of the workshop through EasyChair at the following address: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nettab2016 . The instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.igst.it/nettab/2016/submissions/instructions-for-authors/.

Works presented at the workshop will have the possibility to be selected for full article publication in a special issue of a peer-reviewed journal of International level, indexed by Pubmed and ISI.

 

Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53 Wed, 2016-07-06 20:53
01/Jul/2016 post doctoral position in computational genomics in Montpellier, France

Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

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Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

Fri, 2016-07-01 14:00 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06
01/Jul/2016 post doctoral position in computational genomics in Montpellier, France

Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

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Applications are invited for a two-year (with possibility of extension for a 3rd year) postdoctoral position in computational and functional genomics in the laboratory of IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system® http://www.imgt.org in Montpellier, France. The research focus will be on bioinformatics analyses to establish a cartography of protein-protein interactions in replication checkpoint signalling, to model interacting proteins, and to decipher the molecular phylogenetics of them.

The position actively involves in working cooperatively with other lab members, internal and outside collaborators. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and independent with good skills in biology, computer science, and a strong record of accomplishment in research. The candidate will be directly working with Dr Sofia Kossida, and will interact closely with experimental scientists at IGH, http://www.igh.cnrs.fr/EN/index.php.

Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator, the selected candidate will be expected to:
• process and integrate experimental results using custom bioinformatics tools,
• publish scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and conferences,
• work cooperatively with other lab members and outside collaborators.

Some potential projects include, but are not limited to: (1) Integrative analysis of multiple related datasets to understand mechanism of gene regulation and reconstruct gene regulatory networks, (2) phylogenetic reconstruction of the proteins of interest and 3D modelling of interacting proteins

Required qualifications:

- Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, molecular biology, biophysics, or a related field.
- Research experience in computational genomics

Starting date:

1st of September 2016 onwards and up until the suitable candidate has been found.

To Apply:

Submit a CV, description of research interests and experience and contact information for at least two references by e-mail to sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr . Informal inquiries are welcome.

Fri, 2016-07-01 14:00 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06 Fri, 2016-07-01 15:06
04/Jun/2015 Bioinformatics/Immunnoinformatics positions @ IMGT®

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

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IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29
04/Jun/2015 Bioinformatics/Immunnoinformatics positions @ IMGT®

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

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IMGT®, the international ImMunoGeneTics information system®, is the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics, created in 1989 by Marie-Paule Lefranc (Université de Montpellier and CNRS).

IMGT® is a high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility (MH) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MH superfamily (MhSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates.

IMGT® provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT® works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT® consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

IMGT® is located within IGH, in Montpellier, France and close to the University of Montpellier.

The successful applicants will join a multidisciplinary team, working with biologists, chemists, engineers and bioinformatics scientists, independently and as team players. 

We are looking to recruit:

1.    A computer scientist with proven programming capability. Good knowledge of Java is required. Knowledge of R is a plus.

2.    A biocurator with knowledge of molecular biology and usage of bioinformatics tools. Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

3.   A bioinformatician with programming capability and usage of bioinformatics tools.

Good team player and oral communication skills are required for all the positions. A Master’s degree is a plus but not required.

An initial contract of 2 years with possible extension of 1 plus 1 year, 4 years in total maximum is offered for all the positions. The positions remain open up until they are filled.

For more information please contact:

sofia.kossida@igh.cnrs.fr or marie-paule.lefranc@igh.cnrs.fr

 

Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29 Thu, 2015-06-04 10:29
06/Mar/2015 Problem with the EMBnet Journal website

We are currently experiencing a technical issue with the Journal website (http://journal.embnet.org). We apologize for the invonvenience, we are working to bring the site back online.

We are currently experiencing a technical issue with the Journal website (http://journal.embnet.org). We apologize for the invonvenience, we are working to bring the site back online.

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We are currently experiencing a technical issue with the Journal website (http://journal.embnet.org). We apologize for the invonvenience, we are working to bring the site back online.

Fri, 2015-03-06 09:56 Fri, 2015-03-06 09:56 Fri, 2015-03-06 09:56 Fri, 2015-03-06 09:56
22/Oct/2014 SIB Awards 2015

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

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The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09
22/Oct/2014 SIB Awards 2015

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

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The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

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22/Oct/2014 SIB Awards 2015

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

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The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015

International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12 [BC2] Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-young-b...

 

International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically. The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for one team member to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland.

The award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource that is available online and that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications. The resource should have an important impact on life science research, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-international-bioinfo...

 

Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree within one year preceding the application deadline.

The award carries a cash prize of CHF 5,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the laureate to attend the 12th [BC2] Conference, Switzerland. The applicant must have studied in Switzerland for at least six months during the PhD. The paper must have been published or accepted for publication at the application deadline. In the case the candidate is not the first author of the paper, he/she will need to detail in the application his/her personal contributions.

 http://www.isb-sib.ch/research/sib-awards/sib-2015-best-swiss-bioinforma...

 

Key Dates

Call for entries: 15 October 2014

Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015

Awards presentation:
8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel: http://www.bc2.ch/2015/

Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09 Wed, 2014-10-22 15:09
12/Sep/2014 Social Media May Provide New Ways to Prepare for Public Response

Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

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Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

Wed, 2014-09-10 14:08 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57
12/Sep/2014 Social Media May Provide New Ways to Prepare for Public Response

Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

0 Closed 0 0 social media, software development, public health, network dynamics, simulation science, modeling and simulation, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute 1

Researchers seeking specific symptoms or key phrases at specific locations can harvest tweets and use the information gathered to understand whether they have an epidemic or potentially threatening situation on their hands, and alert public health officials to take any necessary action.

“ChatterGrabber” software was designed under the auspices of a Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study grant overseen by Stephen Eubank, deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at The Virginia Tech Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.

Wed, 2014-09-10 14:08 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57 Fri, 2014-09-12 14:57

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