The submission deadline for abstracts was 28 February. 

Abstracts for oral presentations are now being accepted.  Proposals on any topics of interest to the Galaxy community are welcome.  Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Best practices for local Galaxy installation and management

  2. Novel installations of Galaxy

  3. Integrating tools and/or data sources into the Galaxy framework

  4. Deploying galaxy on different infrastructures

  5. Compelling uses of Galaxy for biomedical analysis

Abstracts were submitted via email, including authors' names and affiliations, a title, and the abstract itself.  Also please indicate who the presenting authors will be.  The submission can be in plain text or PDF format.  Please limit the abstract to 250 words.

You will be notified if your proposal’s acceptance status by the end of March.  Oral presentations will be approximately 20 minutes long, including time for question and answer.

Conference organizers will request that you make any slides freely available on the web, shortly after the meeting.

Submit an abstract

Questions? Ask the organizers.