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The French Institute of Bioinformatics (IFB, Elixir-FR) and the Infrastructure for Metabolomics and Fluxomics (MetaboHUB) organize in collaboration with the Université libre de Bruxelles the next Workflow4Experimenters International Course (W4E2020).
Venue: Brussels, Belgium
Analyze your own data with Galaxy and the Workflow4metabolomics e-infrastructure! The next Workflow4Experimenters international course (W4E2020) will take place in Brussels (February 3 to February 7, 2020). During this one-week course (entirely in English), you will learn how to use Galaxy and the W4M infrastructure to analyze your own LC-MS, GC-MS, or NMR data set. Morning sessions will be dedicated to methodology and tools. Afternoon sessions will be devoted to tutoring.
Invited speakers: Dr S. Marr (Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Germany), Dr R. Weber (Phenome Centre Birmingham, United Kingdom), Dr N. Poupin (Unité Toxalim, INRA Toulouse, France)
The deadline for pre-registration has been postponed to November 03rd.
Summary of Galaxy Mass Spectrometry October 15th meeting.
1) Metabolomics researchers - please respond to Doodle survey for a bi-monthly meeting: https://doodle.com/poll/rbemey7afzznf37g#calendar
2) Vijay Nagampalli (Blankenberg Lab) presented on Mass Spectrometry research tools needs.
3) Next Galaxy meetings –
a) Proteomics 26th November 2020 and January 7th 2021 at 1 PM GMT
b) Mass Spectrometry February 18th, 2021 at 1 PM GMT.
4) Details of prior meetings at: http://z.umn.edu/celestialmasses
Copy of Email that was send to the new Galaxy metabolomics mailing list:
Dear Galaxy Metabolomics researchers,
Thank you for joining the call today.
We created a new google drive folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1aZWbLDluwZo65owthJ4yMWiHlnoooqv1
in which you’ll find two subfolders. The meeting notes and slides of today are in the “call” folder and the other folder “Minisymposium” contains a document for the planned Minisymposium.
In case you missed today’s call, feel free to sign in your name, interests and needs into the “profile” section of the meeting notes document.
We agreed on holding a Minisymposium in January/February at European morning times (9 am to 12pm) to get to know each other better and give everyone a chance to present their research.
Everyone interested in joining the Minisymposium please fill in your availability in the doodle link until 18th December:
Please also fill in your details into the spreadsheet until 18th December for joining (don’t fill in column with talk title) and presenting (fill in talk title in column) at the Minisymposium: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PiWVL_V01n6jNEkFC5roWFDxIBffZ3FUnvCV3sFGpeE/edit?usp=sharing
Please feel free to share all the content with interested colleagues and invite them to join or present at the Minisymposium.
Melanie & Bea