October 12-13, 2015
Boole and Turing rooms, 3rd floor,
Department of Computer Science, University of Bari, Via E. Orabona 4, Bari (IT)
The NETTAB & IB 2015 Joint Symposium will offer participants the opportunity to attend a “Two-Day Hands-on Tutorial” event, hosted by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Bari, on cutting-edge methods and approaches to key issues in bioinformatics analysis of omics data.
The computational services has been exploited on the IT resources made available by ReCaS, a project financed by the MIUR (Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research) in the “PON Ricerca e Competitività 2007-2013 – Azione I – Interventi di rafforzamento strutturale” PONa3_00052 Avviso 254/Ric., in collaboration with INFN-Bari.
- Tutorial A (full day)
Genome re-Sequencing for the Detection of Genomic Variations in Human Diseases
Fabio Iannelli, IFOM – The FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology, Milan, Italy, and
Anna De Grassi, Dipartimento di Bioscienze, Biotecnologie e Biofarmaceutica, University of Bari, Italy
See the Iannelli – De Grassi tutorial page.
- Tutorial B (half day)
Structural Bioinformatics in Drug Discovery (sponsored by InterOmics)
Pasqualina D’Ursi, CNR Institute of Biomedical Technologies, Milan, Italy
See the D’Ursi tutorial page.
- Tutorial C (half day, two editions)
Pathway Commons and BioPAX
Emek Demir, Sloan Kettering Institute, New York, USA
See the Demir tutorial page.
- Tutorial D (full day)
Analysis of small RNA‐Seq Data and Identification of microRNA controlled Pathways
Ioannis Vlachos, DIANA-Lab, Hellenic Pasteur Institute / Department of Computer & Communication Engineering, University of Thessaly, Greece.
See the Vlachos tutorial page.
Tutorials will be held in parallel sessions on October 12-13, 2015, according to the following programme.
|Monday October 12, 2015||Tuesday October 13, 2015||Room 1||Room 2||Room 1||Room 2|
|10:00 – 13:00||Tutorial A||Tutorial D||Tutorial B|
|14:30 – 17:30||Tutorial A
EMBnet has granted 10 free tutorial registrations for young researchers and students attending the meeting.
In order to select the winner, the following rules will apply:
- applicants must be younger than 35 years old and co-author of an abstract submitted within September 14 (all categories apply)
- applicants must send their request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org within September 14
- the request must include the following information: i) full name, ii) date of birth, iii) affiliation, iv) title of the abstract, v) group leader contact information
- only one request can be granted per abstract and per affiliation
- the grants will be assigned by ranking requests according to the following evaluations: i) type of contributions (oral communications have priority over posters), ii) evaluation score of the abstract, iii) applicant’s date of birth