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Key Dates

[2013 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2013), Oslo, Norway, 30 June - 2 July, 2013](/events/gcc2013/)
**[Watch the talks](http://vimeo.com/channels/581875)! [See you at GCC2018](https://gccbosc2018.sched.com/)!**

Issue #758 workaround

Issue #758 workaround

Date Event/Deadline
3 December Training Day Topic Nomination opened
11 January Training Day Topic Nominationclosed
28 January Training Day Topic Voting opened
11 February Training Day Topic Votingclosed
22 February Early registration opened
22 February Talk and Poster Abstract submission opened
12 April Talk Abstract submissionclosed
26 April Authors notified of Talk abstract acceptance status
3 May Poster Abstract submissionclosed
16 May Authors notified of Poster abstract acceptance status
24 May Early registrationcloses
24 May First cancellation deadline, 100% refund minus processing fees
7 June Final cancellation deadline, 50% refund minus processing fees
14 June Regular Registrationclosed
26 June Late registrationclosed
30 June Day 0: Training Day
1 July Day 1: Galaxy Community Conference
2 July Day 2: Galaxy Community Conference
1 August All conference material made available on the conference web pages.
Training Topic Voting Submissions Registration Event

Other Events

A few other events of interest to many participants are also happening either very or relatively close in space and time:

International Conference on Genomics in Europe (ICG2013), 25-28 June, Ghent Belgium The abstract deadline is 21 May.

SocBiN 2013 / BIT13, 26-29 June, Toruń, Poland The Society for Bioinformatics in Northern European countries (SocBiN) and the Polish Bioinformatics Society (Polskie Towarzystwo Bioinformatyczne / PTBI) 13th annual conference in bioinformatics

Software Carpentry Boot Camp, 3-4 July, University of Oslo
**[Software Carpentry Boot Camp](http://bit.ly/14EmcSA)**, July 3-4, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway [Software Carpentry Boot Camps](http://software-carpentry.org/boot-camps/) are example-driven workshops on basic computing skills. Short tutorials alternate with hands-on practical exercises, and participants are encouraged both to help one another, and to try applying what they have learned to their own research problems during and between sessions.




Questions? Contact the Organizers.

Issue #758 workaround