The Focus of the Course

This one week intensive course will give insights into recent advances in statistical and computational aspects of the design and interpretation of genome-scale experiments. The topics will include all aspects of the data analysis of high-throughput sequencing for transcriptomics (RNA-Seq) and chromatin dynamics (ChIP-Seq). The course is intended for researchers with a basic understanding of these technologies and their associated statistical and computational challenges. The four practical sessions of the course will require basic programming in the language R.


Course Skeleton

The course consists of 10 morning lectures, 2 per day (8:30am - 12:00am), distributed on 5 days (Monday to Friday) and 4 lab tutorials in the afternoon (2pm - 5pm) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Social program starts around 2pm on Wednesday and ends in the evening. It will include some trekking activity.

Computer tutorials

4 afternoons are dedicated to computer tutorials. Participants are required to bring their own laptops with the most recent copy of R and Bioconductor installed. A WiFi network card is welcome to connect to our local network.

We will have copies of both R and Bioconductor and we can help to install the software if needed once you are in Brixen. The labs will be worked on in groups with expert guidance (all the lecturers from the morning sessions plus teaching assistants).

Course Agenda

Will be posted soon.

Internet access

Please note: the course venue will not be able to provide you with internet access. You will be able to connect to a local network that provides the course material.

Course Material

Course material will be available here soon after the course.

Last update 24-Feb-2010