Deep sequencing techniques: Bioscience applications, statistical and computational practice and challenges

Programme_with_abstracts.pdf

 

Some practical information
 

Venue

The workshop will take place in lecture hall Euler in Mathematical Sciences, situated at the top floor of the "Old Physics building" which is part of Mathematical Sciences, at Chalmers main Campus Johanneberg. Registration will be open on Monday morning from 9.00, right outside the lecture hall. Here is a first useful web-page and here is one in which you have a pop-up window that may highlight Euler for you.

Housing

For all the ones of you that we have arranged hotel rooms in hotel Panorama, you may have use of the information on this web-page. On this interactive map you can also find Chalmers Campus Johanneberg 600 meters or so westwards from Panorama. In case you wish to contact the hotel you may use their phone number+46 31 767 70 00.

Arrival and Departure

Finally, it is important (especially when you go back) to realize that there are two airports in Gothenburg. The main airport Landvetter airport is situated east of Gothenburg, while the smaller one Gothenburg city airport  (used e.g. by Ryan air and Berlin Air) is situated in the opposite west direction.

Monday Poster Session

Will be arranged in "Laplace" which is a lounge right outside Euler, more or less directly after the seminar sessions.

Party on Tuesday

Will take place at 19.00 in Student Union Restaurant "Hyllan", situated upstairs, nearby where will eat lunches.

 
Programme (2010-12-08)
 

December 13

09.00–10.30 Registration with coffee and sandwich

10.30–11.05 Simon Tavaré, University of Cambridge, UK: Introduction to next generation sequencing

11.15–12.00 Jan Gorodkin, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: Annotating and searching for structured RNAs in the mammalian genome

12.00–13.15 Lunch

13.15–14.00 Dominic Schmidt, University of Cambridge, UK: Repeat driven CTCF-binding expansion in multiple mammalian lineages

14.10–14.45 Sean Hooper, JGI, USA/Uppsala University, Sweden: Analysing and managing paired end reads from clinical samples

14.45–15.10 Coffee

15.10–15.45 Thomas Svensson, Science for Life Laboratory Stockholm, Sweden: The Genomics platform at Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm

15.55–16.30 Bengt Persson, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden: ELIXIR and BILS – Future research infrastructures for biological information

16.40–17.15 Per Stenberg, Umeå University, Sweden: Targeting of chromatin remodelers

17.30– Poster session with buffet food and surprise entertainment

 

December 14

09.00–09.30 Valentina Tremaroli, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: Intestinal microbial ecosystems and metabolic diseases

09.30–09.50 Anna Johnning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: The genome of an extensively drug-resistant bacterium

09.50–10.10 Coffee

10.20–11.05 Thomas J Hardcastle, University of Cambridge, UK: Analyses of small RNA sequencing data

11.15–12.00 John Marioni, EBI, UK: The evolution and regulation of gene expression levels in mammals

12.00–13.00 Lunch

13.00–13.45 Magnus Nordborg, Gregor Mendel Institute, Austria: Elucidating the genotype-phenotype map in Arabidopsis

13.55–14.25 Patrik Rydén, University of Umeå, Sweden: Identification and normalization of skewed high-dimensional genomics data

14.35–15.00 Susanne Balzer, Institute of Marine Research/University of Bergen, Norway: Characteristics of 454 pyrosequencing data – simulations, assemblies, artefacts

15.00–15.30 Coffee

15.30–15.55 Eli Upfal, Brown University, USA: De novo discovery of mutated driver pathways in cancer

16.05–16.40 Jonas Warringer, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: Bridging the gap between population genomics and phenomics using yeast

16.50–17.35 Kimmo Palin, Sanger Institute, UK: Analyses of haplotype structure in isolate populations for population sequencing

19.00– Conference dinner at Restaurant Hyllan

 

December 15

09.15–09.35 Olga Ortega-Martínez, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: Regulation of regeneration and development in echinoderms

09.40–10.05 Kuk-Ki Hong, Chalmers Technical University, Sweden: Characterization of adaptively evolved yeast mutants by comparative genome sequencing, transcriptome and metabolome

10.05–10.25 Coffee

10.25–11.00 Björn Nystedt, Stockholm University/ScilifeLab, Sweden: Sequencing the Christmas tree: challenges and needs in large genome assembly projects

11.10–11.45 Lao Saal, Lund University, Sweden: Applying next generation sequencing to cancer research at the Canceromics Branch, Lund University

11.55–12.30 A Blomberg/M Alm, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: Genomic insight on biofouling: Expressed sequence tags from the cyprid stage of Balanus improvisus reveal important physiological features of settling biology

Published: Thu 25 Apr 2019.