We are pleased to announce that QIIME 2 will be taught at the 9th Annual Workshop on Genomics. The workshop is now accepting applications, and is being held once again in beautiful Český Krumlov, Czech Republic from 6-19 January, 2019. More information is below and can be found on our website at http://evomics.org.
An on-line application form can be found at: http://evomics.org/registration-form…cesky-krumlov/
2019 Workshop on Genomics, Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
Dates: 6-19 January, 2019
Application Deadline: 15 September, 2018 is the preferred application deadline, after which time people will be admitted to the course following application review by the admissions committee. However, later applications will certainly be considered for admittance or for placement on a waiting list.
Registration Fee: $1800 USD. Fee includes opening reception and access to all course material, but does not include other meals or housing. Special discounted pricing has been arranged for hotels, pensions and hostels. Information regarding housing and travel will be made to applicants following acceptance.
Direct Link to the Full Workshop Schedule: http://evomics.org/workshops/worksho…cesky-krumlov/
General Workshop information: http://evomics.org
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Workshop and Český Krumlov can be found here: http://evomics.org/workshops/faq/
The Workshop on Genomics was developed in response to the increasing demand for training on how to effectively analyze and manage data generated by modern sequencing technologies. The Workshop curriculum includes extensive coverage of fundamental techniques required of all studies utilizing modern sequence data. The first half of the Workshop focuses on management and modification of modern sequence data files using the Unix command-line and editors to manipulate large data files, best practices for sequence data generation, management and analysis and how to use R to analyze biological data. The second-half of the Workshop is devoted to specific sub-disciplines within the genomic sciences. While these topics may change from year-to-year, efforts are made to devote significant amounts of time to techniques being used widely in the field (e.g. transcriptomics, genome assembly, metagenomics, population genomics). Lectures and computer laboratories total ~90 hours of scheduled instruction. No programming experience is required.
Topics to be covered include:
- Sequencing technologies
- Genomics study design
- Manipulation of sequence data using the command-line
- Intorduction of R for analysis and reproducibility
- Sequence data quality assessment and control
- Analyzing genomic data in the “cloud”
- Assembly and alignment: basic analyses used for de novo and re-sequencing studies
- The use of modern sequence data to study non-model organisms
- Genome data visualization
- RNA-seq (using model and non-model organisms)
- RAD (Restriction site Associated DNA) sequence analysis
- Microbiome sequencing analysis
- Evolutionary genomics
For more information and online application see the Workshop web site - http://evomics.org