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  • [Free Webinar] Introduction to SeqAn, an Open-source C++ Template Library

    On October 22nd join us for a webinar presented by Prof. Dr. Knut Reinert to learn how a team of scientist created a library for analysis of sequences with the focus on biological data. SeqAn applies a unique generic design that guarantees high performance, generality, extensibility, and integration with other libraries. SeqAn is easy to use and simplifies the development of new software tools with a minimal loss of performance.
    This webinar is planned for October 22nd 2013 at 9.00 AM Pacific Time.

    Register at: http://bit.ly/SeqAn

    About Prof. Dr. Knut Reinert
    Knut Reinert received his PhD from Max-Planck-Institute for Computer Science in Saarbrücken, Germany. Following this he joined Celera Genomics as a senior scientist. At Celera he worked in the group of Professor Gene Myers and participated in the assembly efforts for the genomes of Drosophila Melanogaster and human (see The Human Genome Project). Since 2002, Knut Reinert is a full professor at Freie Universität Berlin.

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    If this is phishing, this is the first time of my life, I fell for it.
    If not, the registration form just does not work for me.
    (Returns Webinar not available)

    In any case, I would have loved to hear about that.

    UPDATE: Despite the error, I got a confirmation by mail, so everything's fine now
    Last edited by sisch; 10-10-2013, 04:35 AM.

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    • #3
      I got signed up as well. Don't know if it will be any good but, heck, an webinar is only an hour out of my life.

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      • #4
        Thanks guys. Be happy to host you next week.

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