OPL hosts a meeting on colims on May 8th
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- April 9, 2014
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Please join us on Thursday May 8th from 13:00 until 17:00 for a proteomics (bioinformatics) meeting in Amsterdam.
The main topic of this fourth DTL Focus meeting will be colims, a new system for storing mass spectrometry based proteomics data. The system is being developed by the group of Lennart Martens (at Ghent University) and several members of his team will join the meeting.The most important goal of colims is to enable more research queries on your proteomics data. In addition to that, uploading data to the PRIDE proteomics repository from EBI (which is often required for publications) is much easier after putting the metadata in colims.
- 13:00-13:15 – introduction by Connie Jimenez (NPP steering committee, VUmc)
- 13:15-13:45 – experience with automatically generated QC graphs and metrics by Thang Pham (VUmc)
- 13:45-14:15 – TBA
- 14:15-14:30 – break
- 14:30-17:00 – presentation of the latest version of colims by Lennart Martens and/or members of his team
Suggestions for the agenda (or anything else) are of course welcome!
If you are interested in the topics above, please join this meeting and also feel free to pass this e-mail on to colleagues or anyone else that might be interested.
We have enough space for up to 45 participants. Participation is free, but we do ask you to register so we can make sure there are enough chairs and plenty of coffee & tea. You can find more information and how to register on the following page: dtls.nl/dtl/events/dtl-focus-meeting-proteomics-bioinformatics.
The location is at VUmc, in the red/blue CCA building, room CCA 4-39. You can reach VUmc by tram/metro/bus, by train (Amsterdam Zuid is a 15 minutes walk from VUmc), and by car (parking can be difficult). Once you are at VUmc, you can follow these directions to find the right building: CCA route description.