black European Science Foundation – COST action
StatSeq meeting on RNA-Seq
24-26 March 2011 Vienna

Workshop on RNA-Seq   &
Strategy Session on Joint grant proposals

(organized by Working Group 1)

Final Program:

Thursday 24th March
09.30 Registration
10.00 Welcome
10.15 KeynoteRNA-Seq for evolutionary studies in tomato by José Jiménéz-Gomez, Max-Planck-Institute Köln
11.15 break and coffee
11.30 Analysis of miRNA expression profiles in tissue samples by next generation sequencing by Kui Qian et al., University of Helsinki
12.15 lunch (on site catering)
13.30 KeynoteThe next generation RNA-ome – platforms and technologies by Petri Auvinen, University of Helsinki
14.30 Determining the genetic contribution to transcript variation through RNA deep sequencing by Mathieu Clément-Ziza et al., Technische Universität Dresden
15.30 break and coffee
16.00 RNAseq Quality Control with ENCODE by Angelika Merkel, Centre de Regulació Genňmica (CRG) , Barcelona
17.00 wrap up
17.15 conference day closes
19.00 dinner in town
Friday25th March
10.00 KeynoteSimulating RNA-Seq Skylines by Micha Sammeth, Centre Nacional d'Anŕlisi Genňmica, Barcelona
11.00 break and coffee
11.15 Classification of Coverage Patterns by Stefanie Tauber et al., CIBIV, Vienna
12.15 lunch (on site catering)
13.30 KeynoteThe Ins and Outs of Read Mappers by Hannes Ponstingl, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge
14.30 Improving RNA-Seq precision by exploiting gene models by Paweł P. Łabaj et al., Boku University Vienna
15.30 break and coffee
16.00 Identifying wrongly mapped reads via majority vote of several scoring schemata by Fritz Sedlazeck et al., CIBIV, Vienna
17.00 wrap up and outlook
17.15 conference day closes
19.00 optional dinner in town (own expenses)
Saturday26th March
10.00 Strategy session I - introduction
10.15 break out into subject groups
11.45 coffee or lunch (on site)
12.15 Strategy session II - report/exchange
12.45 groups of potential collaborators
14.15 wrap up
14.30 close of conference

The social program will include a joint dinner at a typical local Austrian restaurant (Heuriger).

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