Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019, 1:45pm-3:45pm EDT
Venue: New York Hilton – Midtown, New York, NY
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This workshop is conducted as a part of SEED 2019. It is a tutorial session intended to introduce participants to recent software tools and how they can be used to address common challenges in synthetic biology.
- The first half of the workshop will introduce a number of recent software tools and key underlying technologies, then show how these can be combined and incorporated into effective organism engineering workflows.
- In the second half, participants will work hands-on with the tools in groups, with the instructors assisting them in applying tools hands-on to address prototypical example problems and/or challenges from their own work.
- For the second half, participants are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop with network access.
1:45 PM Introduction [10 min] Nicholas Roehner, Raytheon BBN Technologies
1:55 PM JBEI ICE/DIVA, EDD, and ART [15 min] Hector Plahar, Mark Forrer, and Nathan Hillson, Joint BioEnergy Institute
2:10 PM BOOST, BLiSS, and SynTrack [15 min] Lisa Simirenko, Joint Genome Institute
2:25 PM SynBioHub, iBioSim, and SBOL Designer [15 min] Nicholas Roehner, Raytheon BBN Technologies
2:40 PM Hands On Session [65 min]