Best practices for local Galaxy installation and management
Integrating tools and/or data sources into the Galaxy framework
Deploying galaxy on different infrastructures
Compelling or novel uses of Galaxy for biomedical analysis
See the GCC2011 program
for an idea of the breadth of topics that can be covered. Oral
presentations will be approximately 15-20 minutes long, including time
for question and answer. There will also be an opportunity for lightning
talks, which will be solicited at the meeting. The submission deadline
is April 16. See the GCC2012 Abstracts page for more details and how to submit.
GCC2012 will be held, July 25-27 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The main meeting will run for two full days, and be preceded by a full day of training workshops.
If you are a bioinformatics tool developer, data provider, workflow
developer, power bioinformatics user, sequencing or bioinformatics core
staff, or a data and analysis archival specialist, then GCC2012 is relevant to you. Registration will open in March.