During the course participants will become familiar with Agile and project management and software development practices and tools useful in bioinformatics. First two days will be composed of half-day of lectures followed by half-day of practical exercises. Next two days will be dedicated for group projects strongly connected with previously acquired knowledge and skills. Last day will begin with summary of the course prepared by students who will present their achievements after 2 initial days of working in groups. At the end, necessary information and invitation to the next event will be announced. The work on projects will be continued after the event in a distributed fashion, peer reviewed, committee reviewed and presented on webinars.
Introduction to cancer research
Precision medicine and technology transfer in Life Science
Agile and project management
Agile in Life Science
Data Science in Life Science
AI in Life Science
Modern Data Science
Science meets business – projects showcase
Software Engineering in Life Science
Git and project management
Python tools for Life Science
Testing and Quality Assurance
This course is aimed at motivated BSc students and young researchers from academic Institutions with a background in Mathematics, Statistics, Computing, and/or Biology who are involved in bioinformatics and genome analyses projects. This course is intense; therefore active participation is expected from the students.
Accommodation and meals are not included.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
April 1, 2019
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