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  • Image processing for correlated and multimodal imaging techniques

    19 October 2020 - 8 March 2022

    Elixir node event
    Image processing for correlated and multimodal imaging techniques https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/image-processing-for-correlated-and-multimodal-imaging-techniques The purpose of this event is to dedicate three days of intense training to an audience with little or basic expertise. The program will first cover a full day of online lectures (19 October 2020), followed by two days of hands-on training (8 & 9 March 2021, Ghent). 2020-10-19 09:00:00 UTC 2022-03-08 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Bacterial Genomes: Disease Outbreaks and Antimicrobial Resistance

    1 January - 31 December 2021

    Bacterial Genomes: Disease Outbreaks and Antimicrobial Resistance https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/bacterial-genomes-disease-outbreaks-and-antimicrobial-resistance-b178602b-e29f-4ac7-afbf-5deafd52f8dd # Overview * **Duration**: There is no longer a live period for this course, and there will be no live monitoring of the forums, but you can still join and complete the course throughout 2021. * Free * Certificate of achievement available on satisfactory completion * **CPD Approval**: Royal College of Pathologists (9 credits), Royal College of Nursing (9 credits)** ** ### Why join the course? The increase in resistance of harmful bacteria to antibiotics is a major global threat to health. Here we explore bacterial genomes and the use of genome sequencing to identify and track these drug resistant bacteria. Join us to discover how genome research is helping scientists and healthcare professionals track disease outbreaks and prevent the rise of antibiotic resistant ‘superbugs’. ### Who is the course for? This course will be of interest to scientists, healthcare professionals, biomedical researchers and bioinformaticians. The course offers all learners an opportunity to learn about genomes, disease, and antimicrobial resistance. You require no previous knowledge of genome science to complete the course. ### What do people say about this course? "_I would definitely point students to this resource. Text, videos, and figures were all very well done._" Pablo Tsukayama, Assistant Professor of Microbiology "_A highlight of the course was the introduction to whole genome sequencing – new information for me._" Christine Laws, Medical Doctor “_Exchanging genetic information quickly throughout the world is clearly going to revolutionise the ability to combat disease._” Prue van der Hoorn, Artist # Programme and start dates ### What topics will you cover? * Diseases caused by bacteria * What bacterial genomes look like * Genome sequencing technology * Mechanisms of transmission and resistance * Genomic epidemiology – tracking the spread of bacterial pathogens * Antimicrobial resistance ### What will you achieve? By the end of the course, you'll be able to... * Explain why some bacteria are pathogenic * Explore the structure of bacterial genomes * Describe the uses of different genome sequencing technologies * Investigate how genome data are used to track the spread of bacterial disease * Discuss the role of genome sequencing in stopping the spread of antimicrobial resistance # Educators ## **Lead Educators** **[Dr Adam Reid][1]** I am a senior staff scientist at the Wellcome Sanger Institute near Cambridge in the United Kingdom. I'm interested in using genomics and bioinformatics to better understand infectious diseases. **[Dr Josie Bryant][2]** I am a Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow in the University of Cambridge, Department of Medicine. I am working on bacterial genomics and evolution with a focus on within-patient microbial diversity ### Dr Francesca Short I am a scientist at the Wellcome Sanger Institute. I am interested in using functional genomics techniques to understand infections caused by the bacterium _Klebsiella pneumoniae_. ## **Programme Lead Educator** **[Professor Nicholas Thomson][3]** I am a Group Leader at the Wellcome Sanger Institute. I provide scientific oversight for this course. I am interested in bacterial evolution and the spread of infectious disease. ### The course also features interviews with distinguished scientists, including: * **[Mathew Beale][4]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Daryl Domman][5]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Gal Horesh][6]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Catherine Ludden][7]** - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine * **[Tapoka Mkandawire][8]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Julian Parkhill][9]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **Lindsay Pike** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Michael Quail][10]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Susannah J. Salter][11]** - Wellcome Sanger Institute * **[Estee Torok][12]** - Addenbrooke’s Hospital and University of Cambridge [1]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/reid-adam-james [2]: https://www.infectiousdisease.cam.ac.uk/directory/josie-bryant [3]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/thomson-nicholas-robert [4]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/beale-mathew [5]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/domman-daryl [6]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/horesh-gal [7]: https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/aboutus/people/ludden.catherine [8]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/mkandawire-tapoka-t [9]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/parkhill-julian [10]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/quail-michael-andrew [11]: http://www.sanger.ac.uk/people/directory/salter-susannah-j [12]: https://www.infectiousdisease.cam.ac.uk/directory/et317@medschl.cam.ac.uk # What's Included Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences are offering everyone who joins this course a free digital upgrade, so that you can experience the full benefits of studying online for free. This means that you get: * Unlimited access to this course * Includes any articles, videos, peer reviews and quizzes * Tests to validate your learning * A PDF Certificate of Achievement to prove your success when you’re eligible # CDP Approval 2021-01-01 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-31 23:59:59 UTC Wellcome Genome Campus - Advanced Courses [] advancedcourses@wellcomegenomecampus.org [] [] workshops_and_courses [] bacterialgenomesAMRHDRUK
  • Multivariate analysis for -omics data integration: principles and applications

    29 November - 2 December 2021

    Lyon, Switzerland

    Elixir node event
    Multivariate analysis for -omics data integration: principles and applications https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/multivariate-analysis-for-omics-data-integration-principles-and-applications-1316ecac-0dfc-4839-b5e9-fcea597e96a3 This course will take place in Lyon with rules complying to COVID situation (COVID certificate, distances and hygiene). More details in the Additional Information section below. 2021-11-29 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-02 00:00:00 UTC SIB, Lyon, Switzerland SIB Lyon Switzerland [] training@sib.swiss [] Graduate studentsIndustryAcademicsPhDPhD students workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Bioinformatics workflow management

    29 November - 1 December 2021

    Bioinformatics workflow management https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/bioinformatics-workflow-management Reproducibility is a cornerstone of good scientific practice. Thanks to funding provided by ELIXIR Training Platform Task 2, we have brought together the biggest names in bioinformatics workflow management for a 3 day practical workshop. We have presentations from the development teams of CWL, Snakemake, Nextflow, nf-core and more. If you want to learn more about the workflow management concepts that will be addressed in this workshop, check out these articles: - [Workflow systems turn raw data into scientific knowledge](https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-02619-z) - [Methods Included: Standardizing Computational Reuse and Portability with the Common Workflow Language](https://arxiv.org/abs/2105.07028) - [Sustainable data analysis with Snakemake](https://f1000research.com/articles/10-33/v1) - [Nextflow enables reproducible computational workflows](https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.3820) - [The nf-core framework for community-curated bioinformatics pipelines](https://doi.org/10.1038/s41587-020-0439-x) - [Lessons Learned: Recommendations for Establishing Critical Periodic Scientific Benchmarking](https://doi.org/10.1101/181677) ## Details **Organizers**: - [Naveed Ishaque, *Berlin Institute of Health at Charité University Hospital*](naveed.ishaque@charite.de) - Sina Barysch, *EMBL* - Franziska Mueller, *Berlin Institute of Health at Charité University Hospital* - Daniel Wibberg, *CeBiTec, Univerity of Bielefeld* **Target audience:** PhD/postdoc-level bioinformaticians familiar with omics analysis and scripting in python/R. You should already be familiar with some data analysis workflows and ready to take your first steps in trying out a modern workflow management tool. **Places:** 30 attendees - apply soon to avoid disappointment! **Location: virtual via Zoom**. The practical sessions will require use of your own laptop, HPC etc. Please note that you will be expected to set up software environments for the practical sessions before hand. Details on how to do this will be provided in due course. **Dates:** Monday 29th November – Wednesday 1st December. **Contact: for more information email Naveed Ishaque, [naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de](naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de)** ## Registration ## Please register via [surveymonkey](https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/GSSG3YY) ![qr](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/92855176/138662567-2dc6d014-32dd-409f-b760-ad5ad0486ced.png) ## Provisional Schedule ### Day 1: Monday 29th November **09:30-12:00: opening remarks** - Naveed Ishaque **09:30-12:00: CWL** - Michael R. Crusoe, *Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam), Netherlands* - Celia van Gelder, *Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences, Netherlands* - Fotis E. Psomopoulos, *Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece* Link to material: coming soon... **13:00-14:00: workflUX - The Workflow User eXperience** - Pavlo Lutsik, *German Cancer Research Centre, Germany* - Mei-Ju Chen, *German Cancer Research Centre, Germany* - Clarissa Feuerstein, *German Cancer Research Centre, Germany* Link to material: coming soon... **14:00-15:00: WESkit: GA4GH-compliant workflow execution for stability and production** - Sven Twardziok, *Berlin Institute of Health at Charité University Hospital, Germany* Link to material: coming soon... ### Day 2: Tuesday 30th Nov **09:30-12:00: Snakemake** - Johannes Köster, *University of Duisberg and Essen, Germany* Link to material: [https://snakemake.readthedocs.io/en/stable/tutorial/tutorial.html](https://snakemake.readthedocs.io/en/stable/tutorial/tutorial.html) **13:00-15:00: OpenEBench** - Salvador Capella-Gutierrez, *Barcelona Super Computing Centre, Spain* - Laura Portell, *Barcelona Super Computing Centre, Spain* - Asier Gonzalez, *Barcelona Super Computing Centre, Spain* Link to material: coming soon... **Evening virtual social via gather.town - meet and discuss experiences with your peers and trainers while enjoying your favourite food delivery service!** ### Day 3, Wednesday 1st Dec **09:30-12:00: Nextflow** - Paolo Di Tommaso, *Seqera Labs, Spain* - Evan Floden, *Seqera Labs, Spain* - Luca Cozzuto, *Centre for Genomics Regulation, Spain* Link to material: coming soon... **13:00-15:00: nf-core** - Gisela Gabernet, *University of Tübingen, Germany* - Friederike Hanssen, *University of Tübingen, Germany* Link to material: coming soon... **15:00-15:15: closing remarks** ## Registration ## Please register via [surveymonkey](https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/GSSG3YY) ![qr](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/92855176/138662567-2dc6d014-32dd-409f-b760-ad5ad0486ced.png) ## Poster ![ElixirWorkflowWorkshop2021_v4_800px](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/114547/138683706-16403def-5d8c-4b3e-ac3e-485cb452bd4b.png) **For more information email Naveed Ishaque, [naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de](naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de)** 2021-11-29 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-01 16:00:00 UTC naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de Virtual (Slack) Virtual (Slack) Bioinformatics Workflows [] naveed.ishaque@bih-charite.de ELIXIRde.NBIEASI-genomics PhD studentsbioinformaticianspost-docs 29 workshops_and_courses first_come_first_served bioinformaticsWorkflowsFAIRSnakemakeCWLNextflownf-coreworkflUXWESkitWES
  • [ONLINE] Node-Level Performance Engineering @ LRZ

    1 - 3 December 2021

    [ONLINE] Node-Level Performance Engineering @ LRZ https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/online-node-level-performance-engineering-lrz-5b04463a-1fa4-44e4-92ad-c37fd2f4b0a0 This online course organised in cooperation with NHR@FAU covers performance engineering approaches on the compute node level. Even application developers who are fluent in OpenMP and MPI often lack a good grasp of how much performance could at best be achieved by their code. This is because parallelism takes us only half the way to good performance. Even worse, slow serial code tends to scale very well, hiding the fact that resources are wasted. This course conveys the required knowledge to develop a thorough understanding of the interactions between software and hardware. This process must start at the core, socket, and node level, where the code gets executed that does the actual computational work. We introduce the basic architectural features and bottlenecks of modern processors and compute nodes. Pipelining, SIMD, superscalarity, caches, memory interfaces, ccNUMA, etc., are covered. A cornerstone of node-level performance analysis is the Roofline model, which is introduced in due detail and applied to various examples from computational science. We also show how simple software tools can be used to acquire knowledge about the system, run code in a reproducible way, and validate hypotheses about resource consumption. Finally, once the architectural requirements of a code are understood and correlated with performance measurements, the potential benefit of code changes can often be predicted, replacing hope-for-the-best optimizations by a scientific process. The course is a PRACE training event. Introduction Basic architecture of multicore systems: pipelines, SIMD, caches, sockets, memory The important role of system topology Tools: topology & affinity in multicore environments likwid-topology and likwid-pin, alternatives Roofline model basics          Model assumptions and construction Simple examples Limitations of the Roofline model Tools: hardware performance counters Why hardware performance counters? likwid-perfctr Validating performance models Optimal use of parallel resources Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) Cache-coherent Non-Uniform Memory Architecture (ccNUMA) Roofline case studies Tall & skinny dense matrix-matrix multiplication Sparse matrix-vector multiplication Jacobi (stencil) smoother Basics of performance engineering PE process Code profiling Proper benchmarking Reproducibility and documentation Beyond Roofline: The ECM performance model (optional) Prerequisites You have to be able to handle a Linux command line and file editing remotely. Basic knowledge of C, C++, or Fortran programming and of OpenMP is required. Hands-On Exercises will be done on a cluster at NHR@FAU. For the exercises you need an SSH client on your local computer. Language English Lecturers Prof. Gerhard Wellein, Dr. habil. Georg Hager (RRZE, Uni. Erlangen) Prices and Eligibility The course is open and free of charge for people from academia and industry. Withdrawal Policy See Withdrawal Legal Notices This course is offered in cooperation with NHR@FAU. Some of your personal data will be transferred to NHR@FAU (title, first name, surname, institution, country, email, course) to create the course accounts. The legal basis is in accordance with Article 6(1)(b) GDPR. Please see also our data protection notice (in German: https://www.lrz.de/datenschutzerklaerung/). https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1249/ 2021-12-01 08:00:00 UTC 2021-12-03 15:00:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • [ONLINE] High Performance Bioinformatics@CINECA

    1 - 3 December 2021

    [ONLINE] High Performance Bioinformatics@CINECA https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/online-high-performance-bioinformatics-cineca-cc74092e-a7db-4dbd-a99f-f769dc572523 We live in a big-data era and simple serial bioinformatic pipelines can’t efficiently handle huge input datasets. Hence, High Performance Computing (HPC) can represent a good solution for researchers who need to analyze and address new biological questions with their data.  This course is both theoretical and practical and is addressed to bioinformaticians who want to scale up their analysis on a cluster machine. It mainly focuses on the development and execution of automated data analysis pipelines. On the first day, students will become confident with a cluster machine (e.g. hardware, software, module environment, data storage) and will learn how to submit a single batch scripts via the SLURM scheduler. On the second day, partecipants will be introduced to the world of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and will learn how to build a fully automated RNA-seq pipeline able to handle large input datasets, focusing on job concatenations and HPC request resource optimization. On the last day students will be introduced to cloud computing and to the world of snakemake, a python workflow management system tool able to create reproducible and scalable data analyses, with particular attention to scaling workflows on cluster and cloud without modifyng the workflow definition. Ad-hoc hands-on sessions, aimed at applying the concepts explained during the course, will be held every afternoon. Skills: By the end of the course each student should be able to: - Know all the conventions and opportunities offered by CINECA for accessing HPC resources; - Download datasets from public repositories and/or transfer input files from the user’s local computer to the CINECA clusters; - Navigate through the software environment set up by CINECA; - Run single-step jobs on a supercomputer via SLURM scheduler; - Combine several bioinformatics applications into a fully automated pipeline able to run on a supercomputer; - Learn how to iterate through samples in order to manage huge input datasets; - Have an overview of how to take advantage of snakemake to build a portable, scalable and fully automated pipeline. Target audience: Biologists, bioinformaticians and computer scientists interested in approaching large-scale NGS-data analysis. Course prerequisites: Good knowledge of python and shell command line. A very basic knowledge of R and biology is recommended but not strictly required. https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1262/ 2021-12-01 08:00:00 UTC 2021-12-03 15:00:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • The NanoCommons Knowledge Base: how to find all data for one nanomaterial across multiple data sources

    2 December 2021

    The NanoCommons Knowledge Base: how to find all data for one nanomaterial across multiple data sources https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/the-nanocommons-knowledge-base-how-to-find-all-data-for-one-nanomaterial-across-multiple-data-sources On Thursday 2nd December 2021, the NanoCommon team, in a joint initiative with the EU NanoSafety Cluster, will offer an online workshop/hackathon on their Knowledge Base (NC KB), termed “The NanoCommons Knowledge Base: how to find all data for one nanomaterial across multiple data sources”. Data retrievals & uploads will be showcased using the features of the NC KB (https://ssl.biomax.de/nanocommons/cgi/login_bioxm_portal.cgi) interlinking the results from several large projects’ real data sets and corresponding metadata sufficing the need for data FAIRness (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, Reusability) and its diverse functionalities will be presented in an interactive manner, thus, be tested for fitness-for-purpose by the attendees’ demands. Attendees will be able to get hands-on experience during this 2 h workshop/hackathon. Expectation: Willing to learn new things and active participation in the interactive webinar. The webinar will take place on Thursday December 2nd from 15:00 till 17:00 h CET. Feel free to join and please do not forget to register here: https://ukri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYtf-upqDMvGdRpjZos9mtYH0ZVG-1Ui7hq After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the workshop. Please, be aware that some personal information may be collected for statistical purposes, however, in a blinded and anonymous way. The workshop will be partially recorded for educational purposes. You will find updates with more information about NanoCommons and training materials here. Feel free to redistribute this information within your projects and networks. We are happy to have as many participants as possible and to help the community with the FAIRification of their data by offering insight into fully exploring and linking available data resources in a more straightforward way. The NanoCommons team will be happy to answer your questions and to guide you in your requests! 2021-12-02 15:00:00 UTC 2021-12-02 17:00:00 UTC Martin Himly, PLUS, Chair of EU NanoSafety Cluster WG-A BiomaxPLUSUKCEHBNNUoB7p9 NanoCommonsNanoSolveIT mixed audience workshops_and_courses [] data FAIRnessmetadata completenessnanosafety assessmentnanotoxicologyOntologies
  • Enrichment Analysis

    3 December 2021

    Lausanne or Streamed, Switzerland

    Elixir node event
    Enrichment Analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/enrichment-analysis-d41a6c02-b748-45e0-913a-b349661ead77 Overview Experiments designed to quantify gene expression often yield hundreds of genes that show statistically significant differences between two classes (two biological states, two phenotype states, two experimental conditions, etc). 2021-12-03 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-03 00:00:00 UTC SIB, Lausanne or Streamed, Switzerland SIB Lausanne or Streamed Switzerland [] training@sib.swiss [] Graduate studentsIndustryAcademicsPhDPhD students workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Analysing RNA-Seq data

    3 December 2021

    Analysing RNA-Seq data https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/creating-scientific-figures For more details please see https://www.bioinformatics.babraham.ac.uk/cgi-bin/public/course_dates.cgi. Course status: Spaces Available. 2021-12-03 09:30:00 UTC 2021-12-03 17:00:00 UTC Babraham Campus Babraham Campus CB22 3AT [] mailto:babraham.bioinformatics@babraham.ac.uk [] [] [] [] []
  • Managing your Research Data (Online)

    3 December 2021

    Cambridge, United Kingdom

    Elixir node event
    Managing your Research Data (Online) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/managing-your-research-data-online-76810eb7-4087-4495-8dab-9322044fe215 PLEASE NOTE The Bioinformatics Team are presently teaching as many courses live online, with tutors to assist you with instant and personalised feedback and to help you to run/execute the scripts which we will be using during the course. We continue to monitor advice from the UK government and the University of Cambridge on resuming in-person teaching back in the training room. How much data would you lose if your laptop was stolen? Have you ever emailed your colleague a file named 'final_final_versionEDITED'? Have you ever struggled to import your spreadsheets into R? Would you be able to write a Data Management Plan as part of a grant proposal? As a researcher, you will encounter research data in many forms, ranging from measurements, numbers and images to documents and publications. Whether you create, receive or collect data, you will certainly need to organise it at some stage of your project. This workshop will provide an overview of some basic principles on how we can work with data more effectively. We will discuss the best practices for research data management and organisation so that our research is auditable and reproducible by ourselves, and others, in the future. Course materials are available [here](https://datachampcam.github.io/avoid-data-disaster/) This event is part of a series of training courses organized in collaboration with the Bioinformatics Core Facility at [CRUK Cambridge Institute](http://www.cruk.cam.ac.uk/). Please note that if you are not eligible for a University of Cambridge [Raven](http://www.ucs.cam.ac.uk/docs/faq/raven/n5) account you will need to book or register your interest by linking [here](http://bioinfotraining.bio.cam.ac.uk/booking-form/?event-id=4011883&course-title=Managing%20your%20Research%20Data).'' 2021-12-03 10:00:00 UTC 2021-12-03 16:00:00 UTC University of Cambridge Craik-Marshall Building, Cambridge, United Kingdom Craik-Marshall Building Cambridge United Kingdom CB2 3AR Bioinformatics University of Cambridge Bioinformatics Training [] Graduate studentsPostdocs and Staff members from the University of CambridgeInstitutions and other external Institutions or individuals workshops_and_courses [] HDRUK
  • Data Management Planning workshop for Life Science Projects (6.-7. December 2021)

    6 - 7 December 2021

    Elixir node event
    Data Management Planning workshop for Life Science Projects (6.-7. December 2021) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/data-management-planning-workshop-for-life-science-projects-6-7-december-2021 We are pleased to announce the Data Management planning workshop for Life Scientists in Norway by ELIXIR Norway and Digital Life Norway. All projects that receive funding from the Norwegian RCN are required to submit a data management plan as soon as possible after the contract with the RCN has been signed. All Norwegian universities now also require a DMP for all projects. This workshop focuses on how-to generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet the requirements of the RCN. We would like to invite researchers (PhD candidates, Post Doctoral Fellows, Researchers, Associate Professors and Professors) in existing and upcoming Life Science projects to develop their DMP in this workshop. Maximum number of participants: 45 The workshop will take place if there is at least 10 participants 06.12.2021 0830 - 0900 Login support 0900 - 0915 Introduction 0915 - 0930 Requirements from the RCN 0930 - 1000 Parallel session: Local recommendations & storage infrastructures Institutional DMP guidelines 1000 - 1015 Short break 1015 - 1100 Introduction DSW 1100 - 1120 Information on national storage infrastructures NeLS/StoreBioInfo NIRD TSD 1120 - 1135 Short break 1135 - 1230 Persistent identifiers, Controlled Vocabularies & Ontologies 07.12.2021 0900 - 1000 Key legal requirements for research in the GDPR and Health research act Personal Data Act Health Research Act 1000 - 1015 Short break 1015 - 1045 Relevant deposition repositories/ data archives domain specific archives (ELIXIR/EMBL-EBI, NCBI) Dataverse NO EGA NIRD archive NSD 1045 - 1100 Short break 1100 - 1115 Licensing of data, biological material and software 1115 - 1300 Hands on training and assistance to generate a data management plan Requirements: Join us online and bring your project proposal . You will get the opportunity to set up a data management plan for your project with help of the Data Stewardship Wizard tool using a structured and detailed questionnaire with references to relevant resources. Looking forward to see you at the workshop. Register [here](https://nettskjema.no/a/dmp-sept) by 1st of September 2021 2021-12-06 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-07 13:00:00 UTC ELIXIR Norway Data management [] korbinian.bosl@uib.no Centre for Digital Life NorwayELIXIR Converge PhD candidateProfessorspostdoctoral researchersdata stewardsResearchersLife sciencesSenior scientist/ Principal investigatordata steward / data managerAll postgraduates 45 workshops_and_courses first_come_first_served DMPData management planRDMNeLSTSDsensitivedata protectionIdentifiersIdentifiersCompliancedata life cycle - collectdata life cycle - reusedata life cycle - analysedata life cycle - processdata life cycle - preservedata life cycle - sharedata life cycle - planstoragemetadatadata publication
  • Introduction to high-performance computing (sciCORE cluster)

    8 December 2021

    Streamed from Basel, Switzerland

    Elixir node event
    Introduction to high-performance computing (sciCORE cluster) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/introduction-to-high-performance-computing-scicore-cluster-1113385d-e02b-4d19-a4bf-c94f67c30812 This course is susceptible to be streamed to the registered participants, depending on the evolution of the sanitary situation Overview This full-day course has a practical focus, where participants will learn how to use the Linux command line and 2021-12-08 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-08 00:00:00 UTC SIB, Streamed from Basel, Switzerland SIB Streamed from Basel Switzerland [] training@sib.swiss [] Graduate studentsIndustryAcademicsPhDPhD students workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Nanosafety and the semantic web: from natural language to computational processing

    8 - 9 December 2021

    Nanosafety and the semantic web: from natural language to computational processing https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/nanosafety-and-the-semantic-web-from-natural-language-to-computational-processing On Wednesday 8th & Thursday 9th December 2021, the NanoCommon team, in a joint initiative with the EU NanoSafety Cluster, will offer an online workshop/hackathon on “Nanosafety and the semantic web: from natural language to computational processing”. The web is a large interlinked resource of information, which is largely represented in natural language. One of the main goals of the semantic web is to convert this data into formats suitable for computational processing. Within the nanosafety projects that the Department of Bioinformatics at Maastricht University (BiGCaT) is involved in, we talk a lot about Semantic Approaches and terms like the Web Ontology Language (OWL), Resource Description Framework (RDF), SPARQL queries and SPARQL endpoints are used regularly by members of our team. We have given workshops/tutorials/worksessions in the past, but always with a focus on the knowledge needed for a specific task we were working on. This means that many of our project partners understand part of the picture. We are therefore organizing a workshop covering the whole range of Semantic Approaches that we use within the nanosafety-projects. Starting with more general questions like “what is a triple and what is the link with ontologies and RDF?” all the way to writing SPARQL queries and exploring their capabilities, which by the end of the workshop everyone will be able to do and possibly implement in their own work. We will practice using and extending the eNanoMapper ontology and we will look at the SPARQL endpoints, semantic web applications and tools developed and used by BiGCaT within these nanosafety projects. The workshop will be spread out over two afternoons on the Thursday December 8th & 9th from 13:00 till 17:00 h CET. The afternoons will be filled with a mixture of lectures, tutorials, hands-on and Q&A sessions. Expectation: Willing to learn new things and active participation in the interactive webinar. Feel free to join and please do not forget to register here: https://ukri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvcO2orzgrGdCjCCUSrDOkxGib4ZvgWOo5 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the workshop. Please, be aware that some personal information may be collected for statistical purposes, however, in a blinded and anonymous way. The workshop will be partially recorded for educational purposes. You will find updates with more information about NanoCommons and training materials here. Feel free to redistribute this information within your projects and networks. We are happy to have as many participants as possible and to help the community with the FAIRification of their data by offering insight into fully exploring and linking available data resources in a more straightforward way. The NanoCommons team will be happy to answer your questions and to guide you in your requests! 2021-12-08 13:00:00 UTC 2021-12-09 17:00:00 UTC Martin Himly, PLUS, Chair of EU NanoSafety Cluster WG-A Maastricht University NanocommonsNanoSolveIT mixed audience 80 workshops_and_courses [] data FAIRnessmetadata completenessscientific quality assurancelinked datalife sciences
  • [ONLINE] CUDA 4 Dummies @ VSC Vienna

    9 - 10 December 2021

    [ONLINE] CUDA 4 Dummies @ VSC Vienna https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/online-cuda-4-dummies-vsc-vienna-b6d97f62-473e-44ea-9a0c-100c00d4a5b9 This course will be delivered as an ONLINE COURSE (using Zoom) for remote participation. REGISTRATION is strictly NECESSARY since the details to access the online course will be provided to the registered and accepted attendees only. Registration follows the "first come – first served" principle. For the online course we can take a maximum of 40 persons. Additional registrations will be added to a waiting list. Furthermore, accepted participants will be contacted a few days before the course and asked to do a short PRE-ASSIGNMENT that has to be completed before the course starts. The HANDS-ON LABS will be done on VSC-3, all participants will get a training user account at the VSC for the duration of the course. Overview CUDA is the standard API for code development targeting the GPU and a number of impressive examples have already been given in diverse areas from particle physics to computational biology. CUDA allows simple extensions of standard C/C++/Fortran code with GPU-specific functions. In this way thousands of cores available on the GPU can be leveraged to work in parallel and thus carry out significant fractions of the computational workload on the device rather than the CPU. There is also a vast set of auxiliary tools available to the developer including libraries, code templates, building blocks, analysis tools, developmental frameworks and in general a vivid community making up the CUDA Developer Zone. It is often for this multifaceted support environment that the interested beginner is feeling overwhelmed and unsettled about which particular first steps should best be taken to gain a straightforward introduction into the subject. For exactly this reason the present course is offering a systematic step-by-step introduction into GPU computing from the perspective of the newcomer. Basic design principles will be established, central programming techniques acquired and a number of state-of-the-art workflows examined that efficiently employ the GPU and are frequently used in scientific computing. This course provides lectures, demos, and hands-on labs. This course is a PRACE training event. It is organized by the VSC Research Center, TU Wien. Agenda & Content (tentative) 1st day – 9 December 2021 Basic design principles, getting started with simple CUDA routines, mastering the CUDA environment; Memory Hierarchy with a focus on CUDA managed unified memory; Practical exercise: all the pitfalls one can run into when porting a dummy code to CUDA. 08:45 - 09:00    join online 09:00 - 13:00    lectures and hands-on labs (with breaks: 10:45-11:00) 13:00 - 14:00    lunch break 14:00 - 17:00    lectures and hands-on labs (with breaks: 15:20-15:35) 2nd day – 10 December 2021 Selected examples to demonstrate CUDA capabilities and GPU operation, e.g., bandwidthTest, simpleAssert, simpleStreams, etc.; CUDA libraries, CUBLAS, CUSolver, considering numerical precision, gaining insight into the runtime; Practical exercise: CUDA in everyday life (of a scientist). 08:45 - 09:00    join online 09:00 - 13:00    lectures and hands-on labs (with breaks: 10:45-11:00) 13:00 - 14:00    lunch break 14:00 - 17:00    lectures and hands-on labs (with breaks: 15:20-15:35) https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1251/ 2021-12-09 07:05:00 UTC 2021-12-10 16:00:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Statistics and Machine Learning for Life Sciences - streamed

    9 - 10 December 2021

    Streamed from Basel, Switzerland

    Elixir node event
    Statistics and Machine Learning for Life Sciences - streamed https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/statistics-and-machine-learning-for-life-sciences-6cd03f39-e452-420b-afb2-8212be992b1a Overview Statistics are an integral aspect of scientific research, and in particular of life sciences that heavily rely on quantitative methodologies. 2021-12-09 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-10 00:00:00 UTC SIB, Streamed from Basel, Switzerland SIB Streamed from Basel Switzerland [] training@sib.swiss [] Graduate studentsIndustryAcademicsPhDPhD students workshops_and_courses [] []
  • FAIR principles in life science research practice

    9 December 2021

    Sweden

    Elixir node event
    FAIR principles in life science research practice https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/fair-principles-in-life-science-research-practice This online workshop will showcase how to put the FAIR principles into practice and is specifically designed to cater to life science researchers at all career stages. It is organised by SciLifeLab Data Centre and NBIS and include international speakers, presenters from the SciLifeLab community and an optional afternoon session with hands-on exercises guided by experts from NBIS and SciLifeLab Data Centre. The workshop aims to highlight some of the strongest motivators for adopting the FAIR principles and demonstrate how to operationalise them in your projects’ data management practices. While the intended audience is the full spectrum of researchers from experienced principal investigators to early career PhDs the registration open to everyone involved in life science research. To serve participants with varying roles and priorities the day is divided into two companion sessions and you can sign up for one or both at your leisure. The morning session covers the principles and a selection of case studies on how to operationalise them. The afternoon session is based on practical exercises and will provide an opportunity to gain hands-on experience of making research data FAIR. The overall issues that the sessions aim to address is the fact that an increasing number of policymakers and funders are expecting research projects to adopt the FAIR principles for scientific data management. While the acronym is composed of words that are commonly associated with assessing secondary data—that is that they are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable—it might not be obvious how to prepare your data to be FAIR. Invited speakers include international experts on supporting research projects in adopting the FAIR principles and a selection of projects from the SciLifeLab community that illustrate aspects of putting FAIR in practice. * **Erik Schultes** – Lead FAIR Implementation at the GO FAIR Foundation and a member of the Leiden Center for Data Science. * **Rob Hooft** – Technical Coordinator for the Dutch ELIXIR Node and Programme Manager Data Stewardship at the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL). 2021-12-09 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-09 12:00:00 UTC NBIS, SciLifeLab Data Centre Online via Zoom, Sweden Online via Zoom Sweden Data submission, annotation, and curation FAIR data Data management NBISSciLifeLab Niclas Jareborg <niclas.jareborg@scilifelab.se> ELIXIR Converge ResearchersPhD candidates workshops_and_courses registration_of_interest data managementdata publicationstorageDMPdata organisationmetadata
  • Heads of Nodes teleconference

    9 December 2021

    Heads of Nodes teleconference https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/heads-of-nodes-teleconference-0d88b72a-dc49-4e00-b647-52002b23af26 The ELIXIR Heads of Nodes Teleconference is scheduled to take place on Thursday, 9 December 2021 from 10:00 - 13:00 (GMT) / 11:00 - 14:00 (CET) / 12:00 - 15:00 (EET). This is a closed meeting and intended for ELIXIR Heads of Nodes. 2021-12-09 10:00:00 UTC 2021-12-09 10:00:00 UTC [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Initiation to Linux command line

    10 December 2021

    Ghent, Belgium

    Elixir node event
    Initiation to Linux command line https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/initiation-to-linux-command-line-b5770ec7-60d2-48f5-9ce4-78647de489f8 After this training you will: feel comfortable using Linux command line use bash to execute commands in Linux and know your way around the file system 2021-12-10 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-10 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core Clemenspoort Gent, Ghent, Belgium Clemenspoort Gent Ghent Belgium 9000 [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Integrated modeling and optimization

    13 - 17 December 2021

    Wageningen Campus, Netherlands

    Elixir node event
    Integrated modeling and optimization https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/integrated-modeling-and-optimization Course date 13-17 December 2021, Wageningen Course coordinator Natal van Riel, Eindhoven University of Technology Lecturers Prof. Natal van Riel, Eindhoven University of Technology (course coordinator) Dr. Aalt-Jan van Dijk, Wageningen University &amp; Research Prof. Jaap Molenaar, Wageningen University &amp;… The post Integrated modeling and optimization appeared first on Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences. 2021-12-13 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-17 00:00:00 UTC Wageningen Campus, Netherlands, Wageningen Campus, Netherlands Wageningen Campus, Netherlands Wageningen Campus Netherlands [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Ligand-protein docking, and computer-aided drug design

    13 - 15 December 2021

    Basel, Switzerland

    Elixir node event
    Ligand-protein docking, and computer-aided drug design https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/ligand-protein-docking-and-computer-aided-drug-design-streamed Overview This workshop aims to present basics on molecular visualization, ligand-protein docking and several computer-aided drug design tools developed at SIB. Numerous case examples are taken from different therapeutic fields. 2021-12-13 09:00:00 UTC 2021-12-15 00:00:00 UTC SIB, Basel, Switzerland SIB Basel Switzerland [] training@sib.swiss [] Graduate studentsIndustryAcademicsPhDPhD students workshops_and_courses [] []
  • ELIXIR-FR : 4th Workshop Single-Cell 2022 (Roscoff-FRANCE)

    9 - 14 January 2022

    Roscoff, France

    ELIXIR-FR : 4th Workshop Single-Cell 2022 (Roscoff-FRANCE) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/elixir-fr-4th-workshop-single-cell-2022-roscoff-france Training : Single-Cell : Transcriptomics, Spatial and Multi-Omics (sincellTE) Deadline pre-registration: 15th September 2021 This one-week class focuses on the large-scale study of heterogeneity across individual cells from the genomic, transcriptomic and epigenomic points of view. New technological developments enable the characterization of molecular information at a single cell resolution for large numbers of cells. The high dimensional omics data that these technologies produce comes with novel methodological challenges for the analysis. In this regard, specific bioinformatics and statistical methods have been developed in order to extract robust information. This course is directed towards engineers and researchers who regularly need to undertake single-cell data analysis as well as PhD Student and Post Doc in computational biology or bioinformatics that are interested in the development of methods and pipelines for highly dimensional single-cell data analysis. A wide range of single cell topics will be covered in lectures, demonstrations and practical classes. Among others, the areas and issues to be addressed will include the choice of the most appropriate single-cell sequencing technology, the experimental design and the bioinformatics and statistical methods and pipelines. For this edition, new courses/practicals will focus on spatial transcriptomics, cell phenotyping and additional multi-omics. Requirements : Participants must have prior experience on NGS data analysis  with everyday use of R and good knowledge of Unix command line. Before the training, participants will be asked to familiarize themselves with the processing and primary analyses steps of scRNA-seq datasets with provided pedagogic material. It is not necessary to have personal single-cell data to analyse. All information and pre-registration: https://www.france-bioinformatique.fr/formation/single-cell-2022/ 2022-01-09 18:00:00 UTC 2022-01-14 16:00:00 UTC Place Georges Teissier, Roscoff, France Place Georges Teissier Roscoff France 29680 [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Docker (and Singularity) for reproducible and automated data analysis

    10 - 11 January 2022

    Elixir node event
    Docker (and Singularity) for reproducible and automated data analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/docker-and-singularity-for-reproducible-and-automated-data-analysis Learn the concept of and the difference between Docker &amp; Singularity containers  Write a Docker recipe, build and run a Docker image and containers Pull and push Docker container to / from Docker hub Docker files and layers; Docker cashing Working with volumes Pull Docker containers as a Singularity image 2022-01-10 09:00:00 UTC 2022-01-11 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Gentle hands-on introduction to Python programming

    14 - 28 January 2022

    Leuven, Belgium

    Elixir node event
    Gentle hands-on introduction to Python programming https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/gentle-hands-on-introduction-to-python-programming-277477c3-7454-4ba2-9cb6-dadd1b727d49 After completing this course, you will be able to: Understand some fundamental programming concepts Understand Python programs written by your colleagues Make useful changes to existing Python programs Write new, useful Python programs Take more advanced Python courses 2022-01-14 09:00:00 UTC 2022-01-28 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core Park Inn by Radisson Leuven, Leuven, Belgium Park Inn by Radisson Leuven Leuven Belgium 3010 [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Nextflow for reproducible and automated data analysis

    17 - 18 January 2022

    Elixir node event
    Nextflow for reproducible and automated data analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/nextflow-for-reproducible-and-automated-data-analysis Understand Nextflow's basic concepts: channels, processes, modules, workflows, etc.  Write and run a Nextflow pipeline  Write and modify config files for storing parameters related to computing hardware as well as pipeline dependent parameters 2022-01-17 09:00:00 UTC 2022-01-18 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Programming Distributed Computing Platforms with COMPSs @ BSC

    25 - 26 January 2022

    Programming Distributed Computing Platforms with COMPSs @ BSC https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/programming-distributed-computing-platforms-with-compss-bsc-c0947e02-6579-44e3-b688-8abacab9d005 Please, bring your own laptop. All the PATC courses at BSC are free of charge. Course convener: Rosa Badia, Workflows and Distributed Computing Group Manager, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department Lecturers:  Rosa M Badia, Workflows and Distributed Computing Group Manager, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department, BSC Javier Conejero, Senior Researcher, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department, BSC Jorge Ejarque, Researcher, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department, BSC Daniele Lezzi, Senior Researcher, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department, BSC Francesc Lordan, Postdoctoral Researcher, Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Department, BSC Objectives: The objective of this course is to give an overview of the COMPSs programming model, which is able to exploit the inherent concurrency of sequential applications and execute them in a transparent manner to the application developer in distributed computing platform. This is achieved by annotating part of the code as tasks, and building at execution a task-dependence graph based on the actual data used consumed/produced by the tasks. The COMPSs runtime is able to schedule the tasks in the computing nodes and take into account facts like data locality and the different nature of the computing nodes in case of heterogeneous platforms. Additionally, recently COMPSs has been enhanced with the possibility of coordinating Web Services as part of the applications. COMPSs supports Java, C/C++ and Python as programming languages. Learning Outcomes:  In the course, the COMPSs syntax, programming methodology and an overview of the runtime internals will be given. The attendees will get a first lesson about programming with COMPSs that will enable them to start programming with this framework. A hands-on with simple introductory exercises will be also performed. The students who finish this course will be able to develop simple COMPSs applications and to run them both in a local resource and in a distributed platform (initially in a private cloud). The exercises will be delivered in Python and Java. In case of Python, Jupyter notebooks will be used in some of the exercises. Level: for trainees with some theoretical and practical knowledge. INTERMEDIATE: for trainees with some theoretical and practical knowledge; those who finished the beginners course ADVANCED: for trainees able to work independently and requiring guidance for solving complex problems Prerequisites: Programming skills in Java and Python  Tentative Agenda: Day 1 (January 25th, 2022) 9:30 - 10:00 - Welcome and round table (30') 10:00 - 10:30 - Session 1: Introduction to COMPSs (30') 10:30 - 11:15 - Session 2: PyCOMPSs: Writing Python applications (45') 11:15 - 11:45 - Coffee break 11:45 - 13:00 - Session 3: Python Hands-on using Jupyter notebooks (1h15') 13:00 - 14:30 - Lunch break 14:30 - 15:00 - Session 4: Machine learning with dislib (30') 15:00 - 16:30 - Session 5: Hands-on with dislib (1h30') Day 2 (January 26th, 2022) 9:30 - 11:00 - Session 6: Java &amp; C++ (1h30') 11:00 - 11:30 - Cofee break 11:30 - 13:00 - Session 7: COMPSs Advanced Features (1h30') 13:00 - 14:30 - Lunch break 14:30 - 16:30 - Session 8: Cluster Hands-on (MareNostrum) (2h) 16:30 - 16:45 - Session 9: COMPSs Installation &amp; Final Notes (15') END of COURSE https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1233/ 2022-01-25 08:30:00 UTC 2022-01-26 15:30:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Analyzing flow cytometry data using FlowJo

    25 January 2022

    Ghent, Belgium

    Elixir node event
    Analyzing flow cytometry data using FlowJo https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/analyzing-flow-cytometry-data-using-flowjo-ece3eaef-2c45-44b6-826d-b1873f1ed481 Learn researchers how to analyze flow cytometry data in an efficient way using FlowJo v10,the world’s nr.1 analysis software tool for flow cytometry data. This training will make you familiar with all the basic and advanced features of FlowJo v10. In the end you will be able to analyze and visualize your flow data and learn how to get the statistics out of it 2022-01-25 09:00:00 UTC 2022-01-25 00:00:00 UTC VIB Bioinformatics Core Clemenspoort Gent, Ghent, Belgium Clemenspoort Gent Ghent Belgium 9000 [] [] [] [] [] []
  • Managing distributed data with Hecuba and dataClay @ BSC

    27 January 2022

    Managing distributed data with Hecuba and dataClay @ BSC https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/managing-distributed-data-with-hecuba-and-dataclay-bsc-b47a99b3-4cfe-4b3b-bb06-b529efc290ff Please, bring your own laptop. All the PATC courses at BSC are free of charge. Course conveners: Department and Research group: Computer Science - Workflows and Distributed Computing Yolanda Becerra, Data-driven Scientific Computing research line, Senior researcher Anna Queralt, Distributed Object Management research line, Senior researcher Course Lecturers: Department and Research group: Computer Sciences - Workflows and Distributed Computing Alex Barceló, Distributed object Management research line, Researcher Yolanda Becerra, Data-driven Scientific Computing research line, Senior researcher Daniel Gasull, Distributed object Management research line, Research engineer Juanjo Costa, Computer Architecture Department at UPC Anna Queralt, Distributed object Management research line, Senior researcher Objectives: The objective of this course is to give an overview of BSC storage solutions, Hecuba and dataClay. These two platforms allow to easily store and manipulate distributed data from object-oriented applications, enabling programmers to handle object persistence using the same classes they use in their programs, thus avoiding time consuming transformations between persistent and non-persistent data models. Also, Hecuba and dataClay enable programmers to transparently manage distributed data, without worrying about its location. This is achieved by adding a minimal set of annotations in the classes. Both Hecuba and dataClay can work independently or integrated with the COMPSs programming model and runtime to facilitate parallelization of applications that handle persistent data, thus providing a comprehensive mechanism that enables the efficient usage of persistent storage solutions from distributed programming environments. Both platforms offer a common interface to the application developer that facilitates using one solution or the other depending on the needs, without changing the application code. Also, both of them have additional features that allow the programmer to take advantage of their particularities. Learning Outcomes:   In the course, the Hecuba and dataClay syntax, programming methodology and an overview of their internals will be given. Also, an overview of COMPSs at user level will be provided in order to take advantage of the distribution of data with both platforms. The attendees will get a first lesson about programming with the common storage interface that will enable them to start programming with both frameworks. A hands-on with simple introductory exercises will be also performed for each platform, with and without COMPSs to distribute the computation. The students who finish this course will be able to develop simple Hecuba and dataClay applications and to run them both in a local resource and in a distributed platform (initially in a private cloud) Prerequisites: Basic programming skills in Python and Java. Previous attendance to PATC course on programming distributed systems with COMPSs is recommended. Tentative Agenda:   Day 1 (Jan 27) Session 1 / 9:30 – 13:00 9:30-10:00 Round table. Presentation and background of participants 10:00-11:00 Motivation, introduction and syntax of BSC storage platforms 11:00-11:30 Coffee break 11:30-12:15 Hands-on with storage API 12:15-13:00 COMPSs overview and how to parallelize a sequential application 13:00-14:30 Lunch break Session 2/ 14:30 – 18:00 14:30-16:00 Hecuba specifics and hands-on 16:00-16:30 Break 16:30-18:00 dataClay specifics and hands-on       https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1234/ 2022-01-27 09:00:00 UTC 2022-01-27 17:00:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • [ONLINE] PATC: Introduction into the Big Data Analytics @ BSC

    7 - 11 February 2022

    [ONLINE] PATC: Introduction into the Big Data Analytics @ BSC https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/online-patc-introduction-into-the-big-data-analytics-bsc All the PATC courses at BSC are free of charge. Course Convener:  Maria-Ribera Sancho Course Lecturers: To be determined Objectives: The course brings together key information technologies used in manipulating, storing, and analysing data including: the basic tools for statistical analysis techniques for parallel processing tools for access to unstructured data storage solutions Learning outcomes: Students will be introduced to systems that can accept, store, and analyse large volumes of unstructured data. The learned skills can be used in data intensive application areas. Level: For trainees with some theoretical and practical knowledge   Agenda: To be determined https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1245/ 2022-02-07 08:30:00 UTC 2022-02-11 15:30:00 UTC [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Data analysis for Metabolomics

    7 - 8 February 2022

    Wageningen Campus, Wageningen Campus

    Elixir node event
    Data analysis for Metabolomics https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/data-analysis-for-metabolomics Metabolomics experiments based on mass spectrometry (MS) or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) produce large and complex data sets. This course will introduce approaches to process and analyse data and design high-quality experiments. Through hands-on workshops and lectures highlighting the different… The post Data analysis for Metabolomics appeared first on Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences. 2022-02-07 09:00:00 UTC 2022-02-08 00:00:00 UTC Wageningen Campus, Wageningen Campus, Wageningen Campus Wageningen Campus Wageningen Campus Wageningen Campus [] [] [] workshops_and_courses [] []
  • Single-cell RNA-seq analysis using Galaxy

    7 - 12 March 2022

    Single-cell RNA-seq analysis using Galaxy https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/single-cell-rna-seq-analysis-using-galaxy 2022-03-07 09:00:00 UTC 2022-03-12 00:00:00 UTC [] Dayane Araújo, Wendi Bacon [] [] [] [] []

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