GCC2019
    2019 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2019)
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    We are pleased to announce that GCC2019 will be held in Freiburg, Germany, 1-6 July. Like previous Galaxy Community Conferences, GCC2019 will feature invited talks, accepted talks, posters and demos, birds-of-a-feather (BoF) gatherings, multiple days of collaborative work, and plenty of opportunities to network with your fellow data-intensive researchers and practitioners. If you are working in data-intensive life science, there is no better place to be.

    Location

    Freiburg Germany

    Freiburg is on the edge of the Black Forest, and is famous for its architecture, cobblestone streets and historic districts, and is home to one of Germany's oldest universities (and our host)! Freiburg is in the Baden wine-growing region and is the sunniest city in Germany.

    GCC2019 will be held at Konzerthaus Freiburg in central Freiburg, adjacent to the Freiburg train station.

    Program

    GCC2019 spans more than a week of activity:

    Training Day
    Mon 1 Jul
    Conference
    Tue-Thu 2-4 Jul
    CoFest: Core
    Fri-Sat 5-6 Jul
    CoFest: Encore
    Sun-Mon 7-8 Jul
    Morning Parallel introductory training tracks Talks: Invited, accepted, and lightning Collaboration! More collaboration!
    Early Afternoon Parallel introductory training tracks Training sessions: 6 tracks
    Poster, Demo and Sponsor Session
    Collaboration! More collaboration!
    Late Afternoon Parallel introductory training tracks Training sessions: 6 tracks
    Talks: Invited, accepted, and lightning
    Collaboration! More collaboration!
    Evening Birds-of-a-Feather (BoFs) and other informal networking BoFs and other informal networking; Conference Dinner (Wed) Informal networking Really informal networking

    See the full online program for details.

    Hosts

    Galaxy Freiburg Project    University of Freiburg      de.NBI :the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure


    GCC2019 is hosted by the Freiburg Galaxy Project, the University of Freiburg, and de.NBI (the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure).

    Sponsors

    ELIXIR: uniting Europe’s leading life science organisations Limagrain: From earth to life KWS: Seeding the future – since 1856 an open-access journal for promising research in the life and biomedical sciences F1000Research: Open for Science GigaScience, an open access, open data, open peer-review journal focusing on ‘big data’ research from the life and biomedical sciences

    Please thank our sponsors for helping make GCC2019 a success: