https://www.hd-hub.de/de-nbier-technical-sessions

Heidelberg has a significant number of research institutes that are known for their expertise in specific fields of biosciences. These institutes support life-scientists who are not only biologists but also informaticians, mathematicians, engineers and experts from many other disciplines, who together constitute a large bioinformatics community. These scientists from different research groups potentially face similar kind of challenges in their day-to-day work and develop highly specialized bio-computational solutions to address them, however, they have limited opportunities to share their ideas and collaborate with each other.

Heidelberg Center for Human Bioinformatics (HD-HuB) of de.NBI is hosting an event series – Technical sessions with de.NBier, in order to provide a common platform to the life-scientists in and around Heidelberg to network with each other and exchange their knowledge. We will organize this event periodically on various technical issues to facilitate discussions and opportunities for scientific networking in an informal set-up over drinks and snacks.

 

 Open

Future events

First Thursday of each month.

The general format of the event is to choose a technical topic every month in Bioinformatics, have two speakers present their experience and knowledge in a 10 minutes talk (something like ignitetalk: http://www.ignitetalks.io/), followed by a general discussion in a world cafe format (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Cafe).
About us: We are the members of HD-HuB (https://www.hd-hub.de), which is one of the partners of The German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure – de.NBI (https://www.denbi.de/), a national infrastructure supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research providing bioinformatics services to life-science and biomedicine users. HD-HuB provides courses and training opportunities in diverse topics, in addition to hosting various events and bio-computational resources to assist researchers in and around Heidelberg.