The poster presentation abstract deadline is 3 May.
And in case you missed the announcement about GIgaScience and GCC2013 talks:
We are pleased to announce that talks presented at the 2013 Galaxy Community conference will be eligible for consideration to be published in the journal GigaScience and that BGI will generously cover the article processing fees for these articles. See the announcement for details.
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 3:40 AM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
GCC2013 is an opportunity to participate in two full days of presentations, discussions, poster sessions, keynotes, lightning talks and breakouts, all about high-throughput biology and the tools that support it. The conference also includes a Training Day for the second year in a row, this year with more in-depth topic coverage, more concurrent sessions, and more topics.
If you are a biologist or bioinformatician performing or enabling high-throughput biological research, then please consider attending. GCC2013 is aimed at:
Bioinformatics tool developers and data providers
Workflow developers and power bioinformatics users
Sequencing and Bioinformatics core staff
Data archival and analysis reproducibility specialists
Early registrationsaves up to 75% off regular registration costs, and is very affordable, with combined registration (Training Day + main meeting) starting at ~ €95 for post-docs and students. Registering early also assures you a spot in the Training Day workshops you want to attend. Once a Training Day session becomes full, it will be closed to new registrations. Early registration closes 24 May.
Abstract submission for oral presentations closes 12 April, and for posters on 3 May. Please consider presenting your work. If you are working with big biological data, then the people at this meeting want to hear about your work.