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iDEA lab bio-medical data day
Tuesday, June 1, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (BST)
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Talks, posters, demos, networking, and lunch.
The availability of data, and the power of the tools we have for analysing and interpreting data, are both increasing as a result of social and technological changes.
When a random collection of photographs can reveal this much about the infrastructure of society, it is natural to wonder what might be uncovered by suitable analysis of other data sources.
This event brings researchers in medicine and biology, with large and/or complex data sets, together with informaticians with experience of handling and analysing large and complex data sets.
We hope it will reveal new opportunities for uncovering the unknown.
- 10:00 - 11:00 Coffee and setup
- 11:00 - 12:20 Presentations
- 12:20 - 14:00 Lunch and posters
- 14:00 - 15:00 Presentations
11.00-11.20: James Cheney Databases + wikis = curated databases
11.20-11.40: Andrew Jarman Characterising gene regulatory interactions during neural development
11.40-12.00: Guido Sanguinetti Inferring network dynamics from 'omics data
12.00-12.20: Chris Williams Factorial Switching Linear Dynamical Systems for Neonatal Condition Monitoring
14.00-14.20: Jano van Hemert Edinburgh Data-Intensive Research
14.20-14.40: Rory McNeill Using Electronic Lab Notebooks in Life Sciences Research
14.40-15.00: Dietlind Gerloff Sharing “raw” experimental data between biological laboratories
When & Where
iDEA lab Edinburgh
iDEA lab — a virtual laboratory that facilitates interdisciplinary collaboration and prototyping of novel applications of state-of-art informatic technologies.
iDEA lab is an open innovation community that enables and supports multidisciplinary "proof-of-principle prototyping" (POPP) projects, to develop and use informatic tools and techniques.
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