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30 de julio de 2010

Fast, Free Phylogenies: HPC for Phylogenetics Tutorial

Topic: High Performance Computing for Phylogenetics

Meeting dates: October 13-15, 2010

Location: NIMBioS at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Co-sponsors: NIMBioS, iPlant, and National Institute for Computational Sciences

Tutorial leaders Eric Carr (NIMBioS); Jim Ferguson (National Institute for Computational Sciences, Univ. of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Susan Holmes (Stanford Univ.); Brian O'Meara (Univ. Tennessee); Alexis Stamatakis (Technical Univ. of Munich); Dan Stanzione (Texas Advanced Computing Center/iPlant); Bob Thomson (Univ. California Davis); and James Wilgenbusch (Florida State Univ.)

Objectives: This tutorial focuses on how to use TeraGrid, the CIPRES Portal, the iPlant Discovery environment, university clusters, and other typically free HPC resources for phylogenetic analysis. The tutorial is geared primarily toward biologists (including students, postdocs and faculty) who are at least moderately experienced with phylogenetic analysis and who have datasets to run but who are typically running analyses on their own desktops, though other researchers, such as statisticians or mathematicians working in phylogenetics, are encouraged to apply. Learning can be enhanced for people applying as a team (such as a pairing of a biologist and a statistician who collaborate in their work).


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