Presentation on theme: "EOS ACTIVITIES To champion ‘Omics in NERC Fellowships: Prompt Bioinformatics as a professional niche Partnerships (RC, Industry, Government(s)) Conferences:"— Presentation transcript:
EOS ACTIVITIES To champion ‘Omics in NERC Fellowships: Prompt Bioinformatics as a professional niche Partnerships (RC, Industry, Government(s)) Conferences: iEOS14 Visioning workshops: STFC/NERC Training Infrastructure: BIG DATA/EOS Cloud
Fellowships – The Science Konrad Lohse, University of Edinburgh. Using genomes to dissect the speciation process - a comparative approach. Umer Ijaz, University of Glasgow. Understanding microbial communities through in situ environmental 'omic data synthesis. Logan Kistler, University of Warwick. An archaeogenomic approach to maize evolution, adaptation, and biodiversity in North America.
Fellowships – Strategic Area Coverage Metagenomics Evolutionary (Eukaryotic) Genomics Archeological Genomics Konrad Lohse Umer Ijaz Logan Kistler
2014 Fellowship Call Focus of Partnerships “In this final round of IRFs in the priority area of bioinformatics we are strongly encouraging prospective fellows whose projects align with strategic partners. Current potential project areas and partnerships agreed with the programme at the time of this Announcement of opportunity include: Sustainable intensification in agriculture (BBSRC) Development of novel informatic tools and resources to support Biosciences (BBSRC) Predictive and comparative (eco)toxicogenomics (AstraZeneca) Developing and validating an informatics/ systems biology framework to quantify significant mechanisms of AMR gene flow between environmentally significant and clinically important bacteria that result in adverse clinical outcomes (AstraZeneca) Additional partnerships may be negotiated by the programme prior to the deadline date. Please consult the EOS fellowship webpage (http://environmentalomics.org/fellowships/) for up-to-date information.http://environmentalomics.org/fellowships/
Partnerships Cross Research Council Government Agencies Industry
STFC/NERC Visioning Workshops Workflow approaches to investigation of biological complexity Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oct 2013 Omics miniaturisation – taking ‘omics into the field: from handheld devices to autonomous monitoring stations. CEH, Wallingford, 8-9 May 2014
STFC/NERC Visioning Workshops Remote sensing AntiMicrobial Resistance (AMR Cloud Computing to support a New generation of biologist
Training: NERC Most Wanted II
Coordinating training opportunities ELIXIR UR TeSS / Goblet
Courses supported by NERC
EOSCloud - Why Cloud? HPC Biologist Grand Cannon !!
Biolinux: A scalable solution Duel BootLinux LiveLocal Servers Cloud
Big data and the EOS-Cloud Partners: Oxford, CEH, RAL and QML Bio-Linux “Bioinformatics on Linux” Community Analysis of Ocean Sampling Day data Computational platform for Genomic Observatories Network (Biocode) Know if we have a viable platform for cloud computing –Benefits: Shared environment (Bio-Linux – from desktop to cloud – hundreds of software programs, documentation, training) Training (Access on courses to ‘big compute’) Shared data/persistent Integration with environmental data (genomic observatories) Local solutions/private clouds Community
Computation Infrastructure – Beyond the cloud MRC Cloud EOS Cloud Environmental Cloud BBSRC Cloud Resource providers Commercial Amazon Google Microsoft RC Facilities Jasmine HECToR University HPC
Beyond the Cloud – Cloud thinking Cloud Analysis Reproducibility Data archival Platform Portability Flexible Infrastrcture