Big data analysis in bioinformatics and applications

Как попасть на школу

June 11-13, Moscow

As a part of a School a Students' Symposium will be organized. We encourage you to submit your abstracts. Although it is not necessary to submit an abstract to be accepted for the School, this is a great opportunity to practice how to present your results to your colleagues. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Conference Book. The best presentations will be selected as short talks for the SocBiN Bioinformatics Conference.

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Speakers


Carsten Daub

Carsten Daub

Finn Drablos

Finn Drablos

Johannes Soeding

Johannes Soeding


Carsten Daub

Department of Biosciences and Nutrition, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Finn Drablos

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

Johannes Soeding

Research Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry



Martin Steinegger

Martin Steinegger

Arne Elofsson

Arne Elofsson

Valentina Boeva

Valentina Boeva


Martin Steinegger

Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie, Germany

Arne Elofsson

Professor Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm University

Valentina Boeva

Group Leader, INSERM, Institut Cochin Bioinformatics



Ivan Kulakovskiy

Ivan Kulakovskiy

Yulia Medvedeva

Yulia Medvedeva

Artem Kasianov

Artem Kasianov


Ivan Kulakovskiy

Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia

Yulia Medvedeva

Research Center of Biotechnology RAS

Artem Kasianov

Vavilov institute of general genetics, Russia



Pavel Mazin

Pavel Mazin


Pavel Mazin

Skoltech, Russia


Program

Working languages are Russian and English


11.06

Venue: Center of Bioengeniring RAS (60-letiya Oktyabrya, 7/1)

Basics of NGS data analysis

8.30Registration

8.50 Welcome remarks

9.00 Kasianov Artem. Data preprocessing and genome assembly (Russian)

10.30 Mazin Pavel. Computational analysis of RNA-Seq data (Russian)

12.00 Coffee break

12.20 Kulakovskiy Ivan. Digging through high-throughput data on protein-DNA interactions with sequence motif analysis (Russian)

13.50 Lunch

15.00 Favorov Alexander. Genometricorr: spatial correlation of genome-wide interval datasets (Russian)

15.45 Coffee break

16.05 Sokolov Alexey. Ancient DNA sequencing (Russian)


12.06

Venue: Center of Bioengeniring RAS (60-letiya Oktyabrya, 7/1)

Biological data analysis

10.00 Medvedeva Yulia. Computational epigenomics (Russian)

11.30 Coffee break

11.50 Antonov Ivan. Ab initio prediction of programmed ribosomal frameshifting in prokaryotes (Russian)

13.20 Lunch

14.30 Artemov Artem. Dna methylation and bisulfite sequencing data analysis (Russian)

16.00 Coffee break

16.20 Khrameeva Ekaterina. Chromatin structure (Russian)


13.06

Venue: Kluch (Rochdelskaya, 15)

Bioinformatics and practical applications

9.00 Daub Carsten. Going from measuring gene expression to understanding gene regulation and its relevance for medical problems (English)

10.30 Boeva V. Analysis of epigenetics and chromatin states in normal and cancer cells (English)

12.00 Coffee brack

12.20 Drablos Finn. Statistical analysis of genomic tracks (English)

13.50 Lunch break

15.00 Soeding Johannes and Steinegger Martin. MMseqs software suite for fast and deep clustering and searching of large protein sequence sets (English)

16.30 Makeev Vsevolod. Mathematical objects in data analysis in bioinformatics (English)

18.00 Coffee break

18.20 Elofsson Arne. Structure annotation of proteomes (English)

19.50 Concluding remarks