BIG DATA IN BIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM
The 1st Annual Symposium on Big Data in Biology (BDiB) was held May 10th, 2013, in NHB 1.720 on the UT campus. Hosted by the Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics and supported by the College of Natural Sciences Bioinformatics Initiative, this event showcased the excellent research done here at The University of Texas at Austin, including TACC (Texas Advanced Computing Center), that takes advantage of high throughput approaches, complex data and/or high performance computing.
The symposium provided an ideal opportunity for more than 140 registered attendees from UT Austin and nearby institutions with an interest in computational biology, bioinformatics, and systems biology to interact. A poster session following the symposium allowed trainees to explain their work and facilitate fruitful exchanges.
If you have any questions regarding next year's 2014 symposium, please contact Nicole Elmer.
Big Data in Biology Poster Session.
Keynote speaker, Nathan Price.