I’ll be running a social media workshop next Friday in the Genome Center – anyone on campus is welcome to attend! Details as follows:
Using Social Media
to Promote Your Research
Friday, February 7, 2014
Room 4202, Genome Center
Many view social media as either a fun distraction, a waste of time – or both! But social media tools can be a tremendous resource for academics seeking to share their research, find new collaborations, and ultimately advance their careers.
Attend this workshop to learn how to:
- Use social media to share and promote your research
- Identify appropriate audiences and avoid pitfalls
- Choose the right platforms to help you achieve your goals
Please pre-register using this online form: http://bit.ly/1ajX6Pc (Pre-registration will help to guide the format of the workshop and the type of social media tools covered)
PDF Flyer available here
UC Davis will be hosting a 2.5 day QIIME workshop following the SMBE Satellite Meeting on Eukaryotic -Omics, running Thursday afternoon May 2nd through Saturday May 4th. Meeting participants and local Bay Area researchers are encouraged to attend.
Due to space constraints, this workshop will be strictly limited to 32 participants.
Click here to complete the application form (form closes March 22, 2013, and this deadline will not be extended)
Posting this for Tandy Warnow
Workshop on Advances in Multiple Sequence Alignment and Phylogeny Estimation
May 20 and 21, 2012, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
The workshop is funded by the National Science Foundation through grant DEB 0733029 to the University of Texas. Registration is required, and attendance is limited to 40 participants. The workshop will include presentations of new methods for multiple sequence alignment and phylogeny estimation, also training in the use of these methods, and personal assistance in analyzing datasets using the SATé software (see this page). Applications for the workshop (and for travel support) are due by February 15, 2012, and will be responded to by March 1. We expect to be able to provide support to all attendees. Please click here for the application form. For more information, please send an email to Tandy Warnow (see below).
from Tandy explaining workshop:
We are writing to let you know about a workshop and symposium that we will hold on May 20-22, 2012, at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. The workshop will provide training in advanced methods for multiple sequence alignment and phylogeny estimation, and will take place on May 20 and 21; the symposium will follow immediately and will feature research presentations on the same topic. This workshop is funded by:
The workshop will include presentations of new methods for maximum likelihood phylogeny estimation of large sequence alignments (including GARLI and FastTree), for comparing different alignments of the same dataset, for phylogenetic analyses of datasets that include partial sequences (e.g., short reads generated in a metagenomic analysis), for supertree estimation, and for simulating sequence evolution. However, a main focus is to train participants in both basic and advanced use of the SATé software (Liu et al. 2009, Science, Vol. 324, no. 5934, pp. 1561-1564) for simultaneous estimation of alignments and trees (SATé software available for download at http://phylo.bio.ku.edu/software/sate/sate.html
Workshop participants are expected to bring laptops with them to the workshop, so that they can perform alignment and phylogenetic tree estimations. We will provide test datasets for you to learn how to use SATé, but strongly encourage you to bring your own datasets to analyze.
Attendance at the workshop is limited to 40 participants, and registration is required. If you are interested in attending the workshop, whether or not you are requesting travel support, please fill out the Word document available at http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/tandy/workshop-application.doc
, and return it to Laurie Alvarez (email@example.com
) by February 15, 2012. We will respond to requests for registration by March 1, 2012.
For more information on the workshop, please contact me (Tandy Warnow), at firstname.lastname@example.org
. For more information on the Symposium, please contact Mike Braun (email@example.com
). We look forward to seeing you at the Smithsonian workshop and symposium!
Tandy Warnow and Mike Braun
On behalf of the AToL project team:
- Michael Braun, The Smithsonian Institution
- Mark Holder, The University of Kansas
- Jim Leebens-Mack, The University of Georgia
- Randy Linder, The University of Texas
- Etsuko Moriyama, The University of Nebraska
- Tandy Warnow, The University of Texas