Keywords: computational methods
Building Workflows in Digital Health
29 June 2022
Manchester, United KingdomBuilding Workflows in Digital Health https://n8cir.org.uk/events/building-workflows-digital-health/ http://tess.elixir-uk.org/events/building-workflows-in-digital-health Orchestration Workflows are widely used in computational data analysis, enabling innovation and decision-making. Often the analysis components are numerous, and written by third parties, without an eye on interoperability. In addition, many competing workflow systems exist, potentially limiting portability of workflows written for any one specific workflow system. This hinders the transfer of workflows between different systems and projects, limiting their re-usability. The Common Workflow Language (CWL) project (https://www.commonwl.org/) was established in order to produce free and open standards for describing command-line tool-based workflows. The CWL language is declarative and provides a focused set of common abstractions enabling the expression of computational workflows constructed from diverse software tools. Explicit declaration of requirements for runtime environments and software containers enables portability and reuse. Workflows written according to the CWL standards are a reusable description of that analysis, runnable on a diverse set of computing environments. 2022-06-29 10:00:00 UTC 2022-06-29 17:00:00 UTC N8CIR University Place, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom University Place, University of Manchester Manchester United Kingdom M13 9PL Bioinformatics Workflows Data architecture, analysis and design University of Manchester   workshops_and_courses registration_of_interest workflowsdata-analysiscomputational methods
Integrative structural biology course
22 August - 2 October 2022
Lund, Gothenburg, Stockholm, SwedenIntegrative structural biology course https://www.infralife.se/activities/education-and-training/structural-biology-course/ http://tess.elixir-uk.org/events/integrative-structural-biology-course Deadline for application: 23rd of May: https://www.lyyti.fi/reg/Integrative_Structural_Biology_Course_3770 The two week course is a joint effort between the three large-scale research infrastructures SciLifeLab, MAX IV and ESS and additional related platforms. The aim is to give an overview of the structural biology available at the research infrastructures in Sweden. The course will focus on understanding the sample requirements, the nature of structural information that can be obtained and how data from multiple structural biology methods can be combined using e.g. computational chemistry techniques. The course consists of lectures, key note speakers, modelling practicals and facility visits. In addition events allowing time for networking within the group of students, the teachers and other infrastructure personnel, contributing to an expanded professional network. Technologies/methods: *Macromolecular X-ray and neutron crystallography *Small angle X-ray and neutron scattering *Cryo-electron microscopy *Macromolecular nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy *Structural mass spectrometry *Modelling and Computational methods *Biophysical characterization Keynote speakers: We proudly present a number of exciting keynote speakers that will present scientific examples of how integrative structural biology techniques can be used to solve intriguing questions. Professor Poul Nissen, Aarhus University Professor Carmen Domene, University of Bath Postdoctoral researcher Hanna Barriga, Karolinska university Also we will be able to join in on the SciLifeLab “Annual lecture on Structural Biology” where Demis Hassabis will talk on using AI to accelerate scientific discovery. Lessons on modelling/computational methods: We will have several lectures on modelling and computational techniques for structural biology. Associate professor Lucie Delemotte, Integrating physics-based and evolutionary modelling to investigate the conformational dynamics of membrane proteins Professor Gunnar von Heijne, Different approaches to the study of cotranslational protein folding Professor Erik Lindahl, titel tbd Principal Research Engineer Claudio Mirabello, The protein structure prediction problem: from Anfinsen to AlphaFold. 2022-08-22 09:00:00 UTC 2022-10-02 17:00:00 UTC Infralife Onsite on three different locations across Sweden where the Swedish national Research Infrastructures, MaxIV, SciLifeLab and ESS are coming together to deliver a course on structural biology. The course will be held in Sweden, on site, between Aug 22 and Sept 2nd 2022. *Lund, 22 to 25 Aug *Gothenburg, 26 Aug *Stockholm, 29 Aug to 2 Sep, Lund, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Sweden Onsite on three different locations across Sweden where the Swedish national Research Infrastructures, MaxIV, SciLifeLab and ESS are coming together to deliver a course on structural biology. The course will be held in Sweden, on site, between Aug 22 and Sept 2nd 2022. *Lund, 22 to 25 Aug *Gothenburg, 26 Aug *Stockholm, 29 Aug to 2 Sep Lund, Gothenburg, Stockholm Sweden Sweden Sweden Structural biology Infralife Josefin Lundgren (Infralife coordinator), email@example.com This InfraLife integrative structural biology course is organized with funding support from the Swedish research council, Lif, Excillum, NBIS, Xenocs, SwedNMR, Bruker and CryoNET. The course is open to scientists of all age from academia, health care and industry. Level approximately corresponding to PhD student or postdoc depending on experience. Applicants welcome from Sweden, the Nordics, and other countries. receptions_and_networkingworkshops_and_courses registration_of_interest Structural biologybioinformaticsTechnologycomputational methods
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