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    Events: 1st Workshop on bioKepler Tools and Its Applications
    Submitted by Weizhong Li; posted on Wednesday, August 01, 2012

    DATES: September 5th and 6th, 2012
    LOCALE: San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA
    URL: www.biokepler.org/workshops

    bioKepler is a comprehensive bioinformatics scientific workflow module for distributed analysis of large-scale biological data. In this workshop, bioinformaticians and computational biologists will meet with the bioKepler team to clarify specific technical requirements for bioKepler tool and workflow development. The two focus areas for the workshop are: (i) evaluation of bioinformatics and computational tools for bioActor development; and (ii) generation of bioinformatics workflows based on conceptual workflows presented by workshop attendees.

    Please contact Ilkay Altintas (altintas[at]sdsc.edu) and Weizhong Li (liwz[at]sdsc.edu) if you plan to attend. Travel support by the bioKepler project is available for a limited number of participants. To apply for travel support, please provide an summary describing your area of research and your interests in bioinformatics workflow development.

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