To participate in one of the workshops below, please register by selecting your preferred session.
Workshop 1. Metabolic Modeling and Analysis in the DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase)
Presenters: Adam Arkin (UC Berkeley), Janaka N. Edirisinghe (Argonne National Labs), and Filipe Liu (Argonne National Labs)
Join us for a workshop on Metabolic Modeling and Analysis in KBase on July 27th, from 9:00 – 10:20 AM, 600th Anniversary Hall, 6th floor, Multimedia room
The workshop will cover:
Short talk: Advancing science in KBase (by Adam Arkin)
Introduction to KBase narrative interface
Search and access to public reference data for analysis
Assembly and genome annotation
Draft metabolic model reconstruction and analysis
Overview science workflows demonstrating cheminformatics integration onto models, omics visualization, and reconciliation
KBase provides a user-friendly platform that empowers users to seamlessly upload their data or easily access publicly available data (e.g., Refseq) then analyze it alongside user, collaborator, and public data, develop realistic models, and share their workflows and findings. With KBase, users can perform complex systems biology analyses without the need to navigate through multiple sources or learn various systems.
Workshop 2. Developing Reproducible Mechanistic Models of Metabolism and Linting Tool for Modelers
Presenters: Herbert Sauro (University of Washington), Janis Shin (University of Washington), and Woosub Shin (NZ, Auckland, and UW Seattle)
Join us for a workshop on Developing Reproducible Mechanistic Models of Metabolism and Linting Tool for Modelers on July 27th, from 9:00 – 10:20 AM, 600th Anniversary Hall, 5th floor, Seminar room 10504