GMOD 2016 Meeting early reg ends May 21; Galaxy Conference Deadlines

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GMOD 2016 Meeting early reg ends May 21; Galaxy Conference Deadlines

Dave Clements-3
Hello all,

GMOD will be holding a community meeting on June 30th and July 1st in Bloomington, Indiana, United States.  GMOD Meetings are a mix of user and developer presentations, and are a great place to find out what is happening in the project, what's coming up, and what others are doing.

Early bird registration ends May 21, this Saturday.

For those who would like to present a talk or poster, the meeting registration form includes a section for submitting the presentation title and abstract.

If you have any suggestions or requests for the meeting, please contact the [hidden email].


The GMOD Meeting is immediately after the 2016 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2016), also in Bloomington (and sharing housing and venue).  If you are interested in Galaxy, GCC2016 has a number of deadlines this Friday, May 20.  See below.

Galaxy is a part of the GMOD project and there are several presentations at GCC2016 that cover the GMOD integration:
More posters and demos are in the works.  

Thanks, and hope to see you in Bloomington,

Dave C

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Dave Clements <[hidden email]>
Date: Mon, May 16, 2016 at 9:09 AM
Subject: GCC2016 Deadlines this Friday & Conference schedule
To: Galaxy Announcements List <[hidden email]>, Galaxy Dev List <[hidden email]>

Hello all,

This is just a reminder that there are some key deadlines this Friday, May 20:
If you are wondering what's happening at GCC2016, the training and conference schedules are now online, featuring 21 accepted talks and 31 training sessions.  

And, thanks to Jetstream IU's newest National Science Foundation-funded project (and in which Galaxy is a partner), and the National Center for Genome Analysis Support at IU are sponsoring an opening reception on Monday evening at the IU Cyberinfrastructure Building.  The first ever GCC opening reception will feature local wine/beer, morsels from local eateries, and demonstrations of the 15 million+ pixel IQ-Wall, IU's Data Center, Science on a Sphere, and other IU-centric IT.

Hope to see you there,

Dave C


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