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Confirmed Speakers (live or videoconference)

Jean
-
François Ghiglione:

Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne,France

Craig Herbold:
University of Waikato, New Zealand

George Kowalchuk:
Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Netherlands

Alison
Murray
:

Desert Research Institute, NV, USA

Antonio Quesada:
Autonomous University Madrid, Spain

David Pearce:

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

Thomas Pommier:
Université de Lyon 1, France

Étienne Yergeau:

National Research Council, Montréal,
Canada






NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING AT THE POLES

Workshop: November 21


23 2012

University of LIÈGE, BELGIUM

A workshop to discuss
new NGS technologies, data analysis
strategies, challenges, and caveats as applied to microbial
ecology.



Nov. 21,

2012:
Plenary lectures and discussion

centered

around proposing guidelines for inter
-
laboratory comparisons

Nov. 22/23,

2012:
Training
course

on
bioinf
ormatic analyse
s


(limited number of participants
)




Organizer
s
:
CCAMBIO project

partners


Contact:
Annick

Wilmotte

(
awilmotte@ulg.ac.be
)


or
Dail Laughinghouse
(hd.liv
@ulg.ac.be)



More information and registration:


http://www.cip.ulg.ac.be/workshopCCAMBIO/





Confirmed speakers for Day 1
:

1.

Jean
-
François Ghiglione
:

“Pole to pole biogeography of surface and deep marine bacterial
communities”

2.

Craig Herbold
:


Avoid the fool’s gold in the cold. Lesson’s learned from sequencing artificial
microbial

communities


3.

George Kowalchuk
:


Tracking short and long
-
term microbial responses to environmental
change


4.

Alison Murray:

Different approaches


same story? Studies of Antarctic Peninsula

bacterioplankton

through a rapid evolution in DNA sequencing technology


5.

David Pearce
:

What metagenom
i
c
s can tell us about microbial biodiversity


6.

Thomas Pommier:
“Investigating microbial diversity: Pitfalls and promises of NGS
approaches”

7.

Antonio Quesada: “
Biocomplexity

of microbial mats. Can we cross the borders with high
-
throughput sequencing techniques?


8.

Étienne Ye
rgeau:

"Metagenomic analyses of Canadian hi
gh Arctic soils"


Confirmed
teach
ers for Day 2 and 3:

1.

Craig Herbold

2.

Alison Murray

3.

Thomas Pommier

4.

Bjorn Tytgat


Posters’ abstract submission

Maximum 1 A4 page following the model given on the webpage.


How to participate and register?

Fees:


Day 1: Normal 85 euros; BSM members 75

euros; APECS/Students 65

euros



Day 2+
3: 200 euros

(to be paid ONLY after email confirmation of acceptance into the training

course)

The fees are to be paid to

the bank account 340
-
1558020
-
44 (IBAN BE55340155802044
,

BIC
BBRUBEBB) (Patrimoine Université de Liège) with the mention “Workshop CCAMBIO
-
A. Wilm
otte

+
P.CIIP0130105



Deadline for registration and abstract submission for Day 1

On the 12
th

of November 2012


Bioinformatics training

on Day 2 and 3

Training of MO
THUR and demonstration of QIIME

(limited number of participants)
. See the website
http://www.cip.ulg.ac.be/workshopCCAMBIO/

Deadline for registration: 8
th

of November 2012


Place

Academic Room, University of Liège, Place du XX Août, 7, 4000 Liège
(
http://www2.ulg.ac.be/salleacademique/
)
.
This room is equipped with videoconfer
ence facilities.
Please
contact us to organise a

videoconference link for a group of scientists who cannot travel
.


Accommodation

L
iège has a number of hotels and

a youth hostel:

http://www.ulg.ac.be/cms/c_143439/hotels
-
de
-
liege

(
English

version by clicking in upper
right
corner)

http://www.lesaubergesdejeunesse.be/presentation,304?lang=en


Contact

E
mail

:
Annick Wilmotte

or
Dail Laughinghouse
,

Centre for Protein Engineering, Sart Tilman B6,
University of Liège, 4000 Liège,
Belgium (
awilmotte@ulg.ac.be

or
hd.liv@ulg.ac.be
)


Sponsoring

-
Evolution and Biodiversity in Antarctica programme (Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research)

-
Belgian
Society for Microbiology

-
FWO contact

group Eco
-
evolution

-
Belgian Science Policy Office

-
Beckman Co
ulter

Genomics

-
Roche


Organi
zing
committee:

Annick Wilmotte & Haywood Dail Laughinghouse
, University of Liège, BE

Anne Willems

& Bjorn Tytgat
, University
of Ghent, BE

Elie Verleyen & Wim Vyverman
, University of Ghent, BE

Bruno Danis,

Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, BE

Alison Murray
,
Desert Research Institute, NV, USA