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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Computational and Data Challenges in Genomic Sequencing

SESSION: Computational and Data Challenges in Genomic Sequencing

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Patricia Kovatch, Dan Stanzione, Shane Canon

ROOM:273

ABSTRACT:

As genomic sequencers proliferate, more HPC centers are assisting with genomic workflows, which are very different from traditional HPC workloads. Over time, these workflows have become vastly more complicated with the diversification of genomic sequencers, and their cumulative data footprint has risen significantly. To tackle the rising complexities, our goal is to build a community of scientists and infrastructure specialists to share common experiences. Visit http://sc14bof.hpc.mssm.edu to input your questions, vote for BOF discussion topics and answer questions from others. Our dialogue will be guided by real-time feedback gathered from this website. Engagement after SC will be explored and established.

Session Leader Details:

Patricia Kovatch (Primary Session Leader) - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Dan Stanzione (Secondary Session Leader) - University of Texas at Austin

Shane Canon (Secondary Session Leader) - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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