Bioinformatics and High Throughput Sequencing - 2011

Conference, Date: 22 march 2011, Venue: Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
organised by GDR CNRS Molecular Bioinformatics and ReNaBi


High Throughput Sequencing (HTS) techniques have revolutionized
numerous experimental approaches in biology, ecology, agronomy, and
medecine. Their applications cover domains as diverse as genomics,
transcriptomics, epigenomics, and meta-genomics or transcriptomics.
All HTS based assays yield huge sets of short sequence reads that
require specific, involved, but efficient bionformatics processing.
This conference provides a unique forum for research in
bioinformatics dealing with HTS data analysis and an opportunity to
discover the latest developments in the field.

The 2010, and first edition, was a great success as testified by the
full auditorium and the long waiting list of participants. We are
delighted to invite you to join for the second edition of this
conference. For the second time, participation is free of charge, and
it will take place in the large auditorium of Pasteur Institute in the
center of Paris.

Program (start 9 o'clock, end 18 o'clock) Program in PDF

Organisation Committee

  • Eric Rivals, LIRMM - CNRS, Univ. Montpellier II
  • Stéphane Robin, INRA - AgroParisTech, Paris
  • Claudine Médigue, Genoscope, CEA - Univ. Evry
  • Thérèse Commes, CRBM, CNRS, Univ. Montpellier II
  • Emmanuel Barillot, Institut Curie, Paris

Sponsors & organisation

This conference is sponsored by:

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Practical Information

Author: Eric Rivals

Date: Feb 2011

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