We hope you're excited for the start of SBOL Workshop 10 tomorrow!
The workshop will start at 8:30 on Tuesday, Jan 7 in the Hearst Memorial Mining Building, room 290. A map of the points of interest relevant to the workshop can be found here.
The workshop agenda can be found here. If you are connecting remotely, connection information can be found at the bottom of the agenda here.
List of attendees
Looking forward to seeing you all in Berkeley!
SBOL Workshop 10 will be held Jan 7-9, 2014 at UC Berkeley.
Please RSVP below. If you are interested in speaking on your project and how it relates to SBOL, please indicate your interest.
Travel scholarships will be available to students and post-docs who need funding assistance to travel to SBOL 10 at UC Berkeley Jan 7-9, 2014. Scholarships will be administered by the Bio-Design Automation Consortium. See attached file for the full scholarship description.
To apply, submit the following to email@example.com.
The 10th SBOL Workshop will take place at UC Berkeley on January 7-9, 2014. Info can be found here.
Looking forward to seeing you in January!
There is a possibility that one or more journals in the future will consider accepting SBOL files as part of manuscript submissions. In order to highlight authors who do submit SBOL information, it has been suggested that such papers be given some form of recognition through the use of SBOL compliance badges. It has been proposed to design two badges initially, these include:
1. “SBOL Standard” compliant which would mean that the design is available in SBOL format in a public repository.
2. "SBOL Visual" compliant which would mean that designs in the paper are depicted using SBOL Visual.
We would like to issue a competition to anyone who might wish to come up with the design for two badges that would correspond to the above categories. A $50 Amazon online gift card will be awarded to the winner, plus a free copy of the book "Enzyme Kinetics for Systems Biologists", 2nd Edition. Runner ups will be awarded honorable mentions.
Submission of the compliance badges should preferably be in a vector format such as eps, AI, PDF or SVG. Competitors can submit badges in png format if this is unavoidable. An example of a set of icons but from a different domain, can be seen here
The deadline for submitting the icons will be the 2nd April, 2013. The winner will be decided by an SBOL community vote by the end of April 2013. Anyone is welcome to submit icons for the prize!
For the latest details on this upcoming Workshop, please check out the SBOL Workshop 8: November 7-8, 2012, Boston University webpage.
Location: Marriott Courtyard Hotel, San Francisco, CA
Date: June 5th, 2012
The major outcomes are:- Discussion on the relationship between SBOL and SBML for the SBOL Modeling extension
- Tendency to a "centralized" development team for libSBOL
- The brainstorming sessions emphasized the need for maintaining and then stimulating more industry involvement
JC Anderson (University of California, Berkeley)
Allan Kuchinsky (Agilent Technologies)
Darren Platt (Amyris Biotechnologies)
Swapnil Bhatia (Boston University)
Joanna Chen (Joint BioEnergy Institute)
Douglas Densmore (Boston University)
Cassie Huang (Boston University)
Ernst Oberortner (Boston University)
Cesar Rodriguez (Genome Compiler)
Raik Grünberg (University of Montreal)
Anil Wipat (Newcastle University)
Matthew Pocock (Newcastle University)
Nicholas Roehner (University of Utah)
Michal Galdzicki (University of Washington)
Jennifer Hallinan (Newcastle University)
Nathan J. Hillson (Joint BioEnergy Institute)
Florencio Mazzoldi (Autodesk)
Sunny Park (Newcastle University)
Almer van der Sloot (University of Montreal)
Mandy Wilson (Virginia Bioinformatics Institute)
Aaron Adler (BBN)
Jacob Beal (BBN)
Jeffrey Johnson (University of Washington)
Chris Myers (University of Utah)
Umesh P. (University of Kerala)
Hector Plahar (Joint BioEnergy Institute)
January 5-6, 2012
University of Washington