September 13, 2017, 5:00 pm
Campus Groenenborger - University of Antwerp
a hands-on data mining course for life scientists
Three days training (11-13 September 2017) for life scientists. Aims to introduce the concepts as well as hands-on skills to the data mining and machine learning techniques that are able to analyse biomedical data.
Target audience: doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers in life sciences.
Number of places: limited to 30; for half of the places, priority is given to UAntwerpen PhD students.
Registration fee: 120 euro (covers lunch and coffee breaks). For PhD students of the University of Antwerp, this fee is waived thanks to the sponsorship of the Antwerp Doctoral School.
How to register? Go to the registration page and fill it in. A small motivation is requested and will be taken into account, alongside the time of registration, to assign places. Registration is open until full, or no later than July 31. Confirmations and further information will be sent in the beginning of August.
Organized by biomina (Prof. dr. Kris Laukens and Dr. Pieter Meysman).
Supported by ELIXIR Belgium.
More detailed information on the course outline and prerequisites can be found on this link.