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Information about the location:
All the workshops will be held at Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Sciences, Lecture rooms Z1- Z4 (Jamnikarjeva ul. 101, 1000 Ljubljana- MAP), except Introduction to Data Mining will be held at Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Lecture room P4 (Vecna pot 113, 1000 Ljubljana- MAP).

Coffe break after the workshops will be held in the main hall of the Faculty of Computer and Information Science.

Get the most out of your conference experience by joining for a pre-conference workshop! 

You will not only learn new skills and grow professionally, but you will also have the opportunity to network with recognized experts in these content areas as well as other prominent professionals in our field who will be attending workshops with you. 

To attend scientific workshops please register early and fill out the form bellow to ensure your spot.

All workshops will be carried out in parallel on Sep29 from 9:00 till 13:30.  

Deadline for workshop registration was September 10, 2016.

Selected candidates for the workshops will be informed via email on the September 11, 2016

1. Scientific writing

Take your own scientific writing skills to next level!

Workshop will be held in Lecture room Z3 at the Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Jaminkarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana.

Workshop will be led by dr. Julian Vernables, www.Science-Sense.com

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2. Introduction to Data Mining

Place widgets on the canvas, connect them, load your datasets and harvest the insight! You will learn about essential data science techniques including classification, regression, clustering and feature selection, and learn about interactive visualizations that can help you understand the data.

Workshop will be held in Lecture room P4 at Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Vecna pot 113, 1000 Ljubljana.

Led by Blaž Zupan, Tomaž Curk, Anže Starič, Ajda Pretnar, and Marko Toplak, from University of Ljubljana.

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3. Python programming tutorial

Workshop designed for life science researchers and bioinformaticians who are already working on data analysis and are eager to learn some basic and not-so-basic Python skills.

Workshop will be held in Lecture room Z4 at the Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Jaminkarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana

Led by dr. Luka Auces, Genialis (SLO)

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4. Research using next generation sequencing approach

The workshop will be focused on experimental setup and data evaluation in Whole Transcriptome Analysis (WTA) and Gene Expression profiling

First,  Dr. Lukas Paul and Dr. Dalia Daujotye from Lexogen GmbH, will provide an introduction to these methods, including “real-life” examples and address feedback and questions from the audience. The researchers will be asked to present ongoing genomics projects and challenges. 

Additionally  the workshop with be enable participants a better understanding of analysis of NGS data. With help of bioinformatic expert Michael Ante we will start an NGS data analysis in the morning and present/interpret the results in the afternoon.

Workshop will be held in the Lecture room Z2 at the Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Jaminkarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana

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5. CRISPR/Cas9 genome engineering

Repurposing the CRISPR/Cas system for genome engineering applications has greatly facilitated the generation of precise manipulations in mammalian genomes. This workshop will cover the general principles of CRISPR/Cas-assisted genome engineering with a strong focus on practical examples and solutions to common problems.

Workshop will be held in the Lecture room Z1 at the Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Jaminkarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana.

Workshop led by Dr. Sebastian Bultmann & Christopher Mulholland, Ludwig Maximlian University of Munich

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