High Performance Computing in Bioinformatics (course code INF9380) will take place at the University of Oslo from 18th-29th April 2016. Importantly, students from other institutions than the University of Oslo will have to apply for status as and being accepted as, a visiting PhD student, prior to registration to the course. The deadline for submitting this application is…Continue reading Important information regarding NORBIS course on High Performance Computing in Bioinformatics
The NORBIS course Bioinformatics methods for next generation sequencing analysis will be held by Morten Beck Rye, and takes place at NTNU in Trondheim 19th – 23rd September 2016. The course will introduce bioinformatic approaches, tools and pipelines for computational analyses of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data. Focus will be on analysis methods for coding and…Continue reading New NORBIS course!
NORBIS hereby invites you to propose and organise a course that will be supported by NORBIS. We aim to organise in-depth method-oriented courses within the fields of bioinformatics, biostatistics and systems biology. The courses organised within NORBIS may be of three different types: Core courses: these courses cover methodology within one discipline at in-depth level (e.g. within bioinformatics, biostatistics, machine learning…Continue reading Call for NORBIS course proposals now OPEN
BREW – Bioinformatics Research and Education Workshop – is a series of events organised in collaboration between multiple European PhD programs in bioinformatics. It is open for participation for NORBIS PhD students and is particularly well suited for students in their first or second year – since it gives training in writing of manuscripts, reviewing…Continue reading Join BREW in Helsinki, May 19-20 2016!