Location: Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca in Milan, Italy
Date: October 9th – 13th, 2017
Complete COMBINE Agenda:


A conference where the COMBINE community come together to present their work and their incorporations on the COMBINE data standards.

SBOL Agenda:

Tuesday, October 10th

  [16:00PM – 17:30PM GMT]   SBOL Visual Specification Writing

Wednesday, October 11th

  [09:00AM – 09:15AM GMT]   Automated Coupling of Circuit and Chassis for Synthetic Biology Bryan Bartley, Herbert Sauro and John Gennari
  [09:15AM – 09:30PM GMT]   Standards for Data Integration in Synthetic Biology James Alastair McLaughlin, Göksel Mısırlı and Anil Wipat
  [09:30AM – 10:00AM GMT]   Encoding recipes for experimental implementation in SBOL Alasdair Humphries, James Alastair McLaughlin and Anil Wipat
  [10:00AM – 10:15AM GMT]   Representing the Design-Build-Test-Learn Cycle with the Synthetic Biology Open Language Bryan Bartley, Jacob Beal, John Gennari, and et al.
  [10:15AM – 10:30AM GMT]   Recent Updates to the SynBioHub Data Repository Zach Zundel, James McLaughlin, Chris Myers and Anil Wipat
  [16:00PM – 17:30PM GMT]   Encoding design-build-test

Thursday, October 12th

  [16:00PM – 17:30PM GMT]   Combinatorial Design Specification and Library Hacking

Friday, October 13th

  [09:00AM – 09:15AM GMT]   An Infobiotics Workbench Conversion Tool for SBOL and SBML Boyang Dun, Chris Myers and Harold Fellermann
  [09:15AM – 09:30AM GMT]   Representing Combinatorial Genetic Designs Nicholas Roehner and Jacob Beal
  [09:30AM – 09:45AM GMT]   DNA Specifications and Codon: Expressing Combinatorial Designs at Scale Zachary Palchick, Barbara Frewen and Aaron Kimball
  [09:45AM – 10:00AM GMT]   Genetic networks in 3D – Requirements for an SBOL spatial package Ruud Stoof and Ángel Goñi Moreno
  [10:00AM – 10:15AM GMT]   Improving the SBOL Visual Glyph Collection Bryan Bartley, Jacob Beal, Robert Sidney Cox, and et al.
  [10:15AM – 10:30AM GMT]   Tawny-SBOL: Using ontologies to design and constrain genetic circuits Goksel Misirli, James Alastair Mclaughlin, Angel Goni-Moreno and et al.