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From: Eija Korpelainen <eija.korpelainen(a)csc.fi>
Date: Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 7:31 AM
Subject: Workshop "Using clouds and VMs in bioinformatics training",
To: Training-coordinators(a)elixir-europe.org, training(a)elixir-europe.org
Cc: Timothy Stitt <timothy.stitt(a)tgac.ac.uk>, all(a)mygoblet.org
Please note that registration is now open for the Train-the-trainer
workshop "Using clouds and VMs in bioinformatics training", which takes
place at CSC in Finland 23.-25.5. This workshop introduces several cloud
platforms from different countries, and bioinformatics trainers will gain
hands-on experience in running VM images and Docker containers in them. The
dialogue with bioinformatics trainers also allows infrastructure providers
to gain valuable knowledge on the special needs that bioinformatics
training poses. For more information about the program and practicalities,
The workshop is open for any bioinformatics trainer, so please feel free to
distribute the information in your country. Places are filled in
registration order and the registration can close earlier than 1.5.2016 if
the workshop gets full. Should you have any questions regarding the
workshop, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Wishing you a chocolateful Easter,
Eija Korpelainen, Ph.D
Product Manager, ELIXIR-FI training coordinator
Application services, Bioinformatics
CSC - IT Centre for Science
02101 Espoo, Finland
Phone +358 50 381 9726
The latest email from GOBLET. ISCB is looking to compile a list of
and computational biology tutorials at the meetings of other professional
See below if you have anything to add.
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Date: Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 10:42 PM
Subject: Invitation from ISCB education committee related to tutorial topics
As member of the ISCB Education Committee I received the invitation below.
Please spread this to people in your organization who would want to send a
In addition, with our GOBLET hat on, I am sure we want to send in some of
the topics we are working on together right now, and we can then brand them as
Since this list is intended as tutorials for the meetings of other
professional societies (e.g. life science, biology conferences ) I think
it could be a very good route to bring our materials to the those communit
It is a channel that could be very useful for GOBLET.
*Van:* education(a)iscb.org [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
*Verzonden:* woensdag 2 maart 2016 23:20
*Onderwerp:* seeking tutorial proposals
Dear ISCB Education Committee Members:
The International Society for Computational Biology is working to
facilitate the offering of bioinformatics and computational biology
tutorials at the meetings of other professional societies.
We are putting together a list of tutorial topics to share with the other
I invite you to send brief descriptions of tutorials that you’d be willing
to offer in the general area of bioinformatics and computational biology
education and training across the life sciences, including bioinformatics
education and training resources and experiences; development of education
programs, courses, & curricula; and teaching tools & methods.
Vice Chair of the ISCB Education Committee
Het Radboudumc staat geregistreerd bij de Kamer van Koophandel in het
handelsregister onder nummer 41055629.
The Radboud university medical center is listed in the Commercial Register
of the Chamber of Commerce under file number 41055629.
Dear Sarah and Gabry,
I would like to confirm that the Galaxy Training Network is interested in
participating in, and would like to send one or more people to this
hackathon in April. We don't know who yet, but metagenomics is a key
concern for the Galaxy community. (And we are holding a Metagenomics tools
and workflows hack next week.)
Do you need anything else from us at this time?
On Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 2:58 AM, Gabriella Rustici <gr231(a)cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> You are invited to participate to the ‘GOBLET/Elixir thematic hackaton for
> metagenomics training materials re-use’ that will take place in Copenhagen,
> on 6-8 April 2016.
> The aim of this workshop is to bring together trainers and researchers
> working in the field of metagenomics from within Europe and beyond, to
> enhance the training network within this field.
> The workshop will focus on the curation of training materials in the area
> of metagenomics data analysis, encompassing appropriate high-throughput
> sequencing workflows (genome assembly, annotation and analysis) and related
> subjects, such as phylogenetics and comparative genomics.
> Participants are expected to bring to the workshop the training materials
> that they have developed in the domain of metagenomics data analysis.
> During the workshop we aim to:
> - Develop a collection of metagenomics training materials that are
> consistently described, to enable sharing and re-use of such materials
> across the training community;
> - Define an approach for the curation of training materials for re-use
> through training portals and repositories such as TeSS and the GOBLET
> portal; and
> - Link training materials to databases and standards in the BioSharing
> registry and tools in the ELIXIR Tools & Data Services Registry.
> Funding is available for attendees that are not Elixir funded.
> Save the date and drop us an email to confirm your participation.
> Additional information will follow shortly.
> Looking forward to see you in Copenhagen!
> Best regards,
> Sarah & Gabry
> Gabriella Rustici, PhD
> Bioinformatics Training Manager
> Department of Genetics
> University of Cambridge
> Downing Street
> Cambridge CB2 3EH
> United Kingdom
> Email: gr231(a)cam.ac.uk
> Tel: +44 (0)1223 333614
> URL: http://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/bioinformatics/Event-timetable