Techniques in Computational genomics

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 Gavin Huttley

The Techniques in Computational genomics (TIC) meetings are aimed at fostering interactions among computational genomic researchers of all levels from across Canberra.

The TIC meetings operate as a forum for scientists conducting computational work on genomic / genetic data. They are attended by a core group of experienced computational scientists from JCSMR, RSB, and CSIRO, and include events run by:

- and more.

An important objective is to stimulate interchanges on technical approaches to genomic analyses between highly skilled computational researchers and established or budding bioinformaticians.

  • View our events on our events calendar.
  • Click on each event to download an ics (see icon adjacent to the date/time).
  • Contact Gavin Huttley to be added to the TIC mailing list.
  • Contact Marcin Adamski to be added to the CBBU workshops mailing list.

Upcoming events

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03
Apr
2017
Speaker: Bob Buckley and Cameron Jack from ABC
Topics covered include, File system and directory structure; Use of the terminal (command line interface).; Basic Linux shell (bash) commands and tools; Remote computing - remote...
NCI Raijin
04
Apr
2017
Speaker: Delivered by an instructor from NCI
Workshop covering: How to get allocation and start using Raijin; Logging in, accounting and monitoring usage; Job submission and scheduling; File system; and Software environment.
05
Apr
2017
Speaker: Delivered by Marcin Adamski from CBBU
Workshop includes:  Introduction to R and RStudio; Data types in R, and type conversions; Loading and saving tab and coma delimited files, Basic data exploration including...
Terry Neeman-ANU-Statistical Consulting Unit
11
Apr
2017
Speaker: Terry Neeman, ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU)
The ANU Bioinformatics Consultancy (ABC), ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU) and RSB Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Unit (CBBU) are organizin

Past events

24
Feb
2017
Speaker: Alexa McIntyre, Mason lab, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University
As the lengths of spaceflights and the distances of their destinations increase, portable sequencing will aid in onboard research, environmental sampling, and infectious disease
12
Dec
2016
Speaker: Dr Daniel McDonald, Department of Pediatrics, University of California San Diego
The American Gut is an Earth Microbiome Project study, and is the largest crowdfunded science project to date which seeks to bring the technologies developed for the Human Micro
15
Nov
2016
Data Processing in R for advanced users co- organized with Janet Gardner from EEG.
08
Nov
2016
Data Processing in R for beginners co-organized with Janet Gardner from EEG.

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