Please join us for the next ECSS symposium, on Tuesday, December 17 at 12 pm CST.
The speakers will present a symposium describing current and planned efforts to enable more scientists to easily, transparently, and reproducibly analyze and share large-scale next-generation sequencing data with the Galaxy framework. Topics and speakers are as follows:
- James Taylor (Galaxy Team): The future of Galaxy.
- Philip Blood (Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center): Integrating Galaxy Main with XSEDE and establishing an XSEDE Galaxy Gateway.
- Rich LeDuc and Yu Ma (National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS), Indiana U): Utilizing Galaxy at NCGAS with integrated InCommon authentication.
- Ravi Madduri (Argonne National Laboratory): Experiences in building a next-generation sequencing analysis service using Galaxy, Globus Online, and Amazon Web Services.
These talks will be archived for asynchronous viewing. Both the recordings and the slides will be available after the talk on the symposium website.
Audio conference: 866-939-8416, International: 678-302-3534. Passcode: 4906909# (without the # for the web conference)
Web Conference: http://www.atconference.com/web-conferencing/login.php