The workshops will provide participants with an informal setting to discuss technical issues, exchange research ideas, and to share practical experiences on a range of focused or emerging topics in bioinformatics. SIGs are workshops organized by a Special Interest Group. Each workshop will provide an interesting perspective on the cutting edge of a selected research field. Workshops may include any form of presentation such as talks or panel discussions.
The workshops are planned on September 3 and 4, 2016 in the World Forum in The Hague, immediately preceding the ECCB 2016.
For proper display at the venue, your poster size should stay within the following maximum dimensions (poster board fits A0 posters in portrait):
|W1||10th International Workshop on Machine Learning in Systems Biology (2-day workshop)|
|W2||Network Inference: New Methods and New Data|
|W3||Getting the most out of your methods and algorithms: a workshop on how to use existing datasets to gain novel scientific insight|
|W4||Digital pathology meets bioinformatics|
|W5||RepSeq 2016: Immune Repertoire Sequencing : Bioinformatics and Applications in Hematology and Immunology|
|W6||FAIR Data and Data Stewardship|
|W7||Challenges and approaches in comprehensive and informative complex network analysis for precision medicine|
|W8||Computing a tissue: Modeling multicellular systems|
|W10||BioNetVisA: from biological network reconstruction to data visualization and analysis in molecular biology and medicine|
|W11||Recent Computational Advances in Metagenomics|
|W12||SIG-BioExcel: Advanced Simulations for Biomolecular Research|
|W13||Clinical Bioinformatics as a Service –|
|W14||Computational challenges of third Generation DNA Sequencing data analysis|
|9h00||start of workshop|
|17h00||end of workshop|
For more information about workshop fees and registration, please visit the registration page.
|1 day – academic/industry||110||165|
|1 day – MSc/PhD student||60||90|
|2 days – academic/industry||180||270|
|2 days – MSc/PhD student||100||150|